Quirky Restaurants In Brighton

Sometimes we want to spruce up our regular ol' pub grub or perhaps don't fancy dinner from the local chippy, and luckily, Brighton is full of wonderful and wacky eateries to explore. From Stateside-style retreats to European fare with a side order of cabaret, food spots this town refuse to fit the mould, so we've rounded up the best quirky restaurants in Brighton.

Last updated on 8th February 2022




Dead Wax Social

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Primed with a lush vinyl-only playlist and walls doused in quirky trinkets, Dead Wax Social is a haven for those looking for somewhere different to have dinner in Brighton. Boasting a delicious menu with fresh pizza galore and plenty of craft beer, this is a spot you won't want to miss.

One of the most romantic restaurants in Brighton, The Set is not only part of the Artist Residence, but they also offer tasty seasonal plates. Designed to appeal to every sense, they are serving up bites from posh crumpets and pickled herring to whole lobster and bone marrow hash browns.

A renowned Japanese restaurant in the heart of the town, Moshimo are serving up sushi in its finest form, from vegan and veggie options to a whole actual boatload of the stuff. If you want to learn how to make the best maki rolls, be sure to check out their masterclasses.

MEATliquor

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You might not consider burgers a wholly unique dish, but you'll never look at them in the same way again once you've visited this eccentric little plot. MEATliquor is not only laced in American flavours and cracking cocktails, it's doused in neons and boasts its own DJ booth.