Restaurants In Hove

One of the South coast's most up-and-coming areas for foodies, Hove has seen some stunning restaurants open their doors of late. Turning Church Road in a dining destination, and bringing the droves to Hove, these excellent eateries are bringing quality local produce and eye-wateringly delicious eats to the area.

Cool, friendly and home to some seriously good plates of pasta, Semola is a neighbourhood spot at the heart of the community. With pasta whipped up on-site every day, you can dig into everything from linguine pommidoro, gnocchi in four cheese sauce or aubergine maccheroni at one of the most welcoming restaurants in Hove.

One of Brighton's best wine bars, this local Hove spot fronts an impressive bottles selection from the Butlers Wine Cellar. Naturally, all food is made for pairing and the restaurant serves up a tasty selection of artisan cheeses, charcuterie and hot and cold tapas dishes.

The second opening from the Cin Cin team, this neighbourhood pasta spot is swiftly becoming a Brighton icon. Head down for steaming plates of freshly-made pasta, grilled fish and meats and classic Italian aperitivi to wash it all down with.

Located on the border of Brighton and Hove, this slick eatery has had more than enough Michelin nods to warrant it worthy of a trip. Serving up an exceptional array of modern European dishes, you could find yourself tucking into crispy duck leg, sea trout ballotine or spiced Monkfish beignets.

Hove Place

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One of Hove's best restaurants, this charmingly British bistro offers a stunning spot to get your eat on. From deli boards perfect for soaking up some craft beers, to a mouthwatering menu of seasonal plates and a Sunday roast to die for, Hove Place has got your fancy comfort eats all sorted.

One of the prettiest restaurants in Hove, Six boasts a foliage-decked dining room as stunning as its menu offering. Bringing you a gorgeous selection of 100% organic plates, it's a date night staple that offers plenty of veggie, vegan and all-natural options.

One of Hove's most exciting ventures, Wild Flor is one for the wine buffs. Get ready for a carefully matched range of bottles and bolshy seasonal plates from glazed beef brisket and pea risotto to hogget croquettes and strawberry and elderflower pavlova.


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Steven Edwards' etch. is one of Hove's most high-end spots. With a simple tasting menu set-up on offer every month, take a seat inside their industrial-tinged interiors and dig into 5, 7 or 9 plates of innovative European cuisine.

One of the best Thai restaurants in Hove, Cafe Chilli offers traditional flavours with very modern sensibilities. With classic curries as a given, the restaurant also serves up street food snacks like laab and Thai beef salads, alongside stir fries, soups and mixed platters.