Location: 20-22 Marlborough Place, BN1 1UB
Budget: Happily Affordable ££
Type of night: Date night , Chilling with mates , Eating and Drinking
Type of venue: Restaurant Bar , Restaurant
Pasta perfectionists and foodie fans, get ready to eat your heart out. A new Italian spot has rolled into Brighton – but it’s not just any old restaurant, it’s the latest venture from Razak Helalat. Introducing, Tutto.
After making serious waves with his growing empire (which includes the likes of The Salt Room, Burnt Orange and The Coal Shed), he launched this new eatery in the town centre. And just who’s at the helm of the kitchen? Razak's only gone and bagged former Nobu chef Thomas Catley.
Found in a very grand-looking 1930s bank in Malborough Place, Tutto showcases many of the building's original features, with a little European style thrown in for good measure. And when it's warm out, we expect many Brightonians will be making use of the pretty alfresco terrace, which comes complete with verdant shrubbery, a yellow-green striped cover (for when the weather isn't as forgiving), plus views of Victoria Gardens from across the street.
Great Italian dining is all about simplicity and making use of fresh, seasonal ingredients, which this place is championing to a tee. Kick off with a round cichetti (we're talkin' treats like bone marrow with parmesan) before moving onto antipasti, primi and secondi plates. Highlights include the pappardelle with slow-braised beef and veal osso bucco.