Repurposed interiors and British, seasonal tapas make a smart choice for dinner in Brighton. The Set’s name could be inspired by a lot of things. The trendy Brighton 'set' that congregate in the halls and around dining tables, may well have been the inspiration. And while the place is rammed ona…
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You've heard about their pop-up playing about, their intrinsically imaginative plates and their offbeat orientation, but now it's time for one of Brighton's most notorious pop-up dining experience to take a more concrete footing.
Taking to the charming aesthetics of the Artist Residence hotel, The Set is a rustic and prepossessing restaurant where intimate tables not only overlook the hotel, they overlook the newly refurbished kitchen, brimming with edible innovators. Open to both public and hotel guests, The Set is a destination for those looking to try something wholly different, and seeing as previous pop-ups have hosted the likes of test-tube soups, there's no doubt that this is where the creativity continues.
Promising an ever evolving seasonal,set-menu that comes in around the £24-34 mark for four courses, guests can gorge, or politely tuck into affordable dishes that delve their way through marked creativity.
- Restaurant Bar , Restaurant
- Date night , Something a little different , Eating and Drinking
- Town Centre
- Happily Affordable ££
- Background Music
- No queues normally
The Set, 33, Regency Square, BN1 2GG