Top Places to Have Dinner in Brighton
Whether you're in for a little sensuous, sunset-filled romance or a few of those simple, seaside classics, Brighton's bustling food scene has something to satiate even the deepest of your dining desires. From fish and chips to five-course culinary experiences, here are the top places to leave an unforgettable palate impression in Brighton.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
If you're looking for a great Brighton dining experience, then consider giving No. 32 a go. The all-in-one bar, restaurant and event space boasts a full menu of sink-your-teeth-in burgers and snacking plates to be enjoyed along with plentiful amounts of handcrafted cocktails and DJ-spun tunes.
There's never been anything wrong with putting a little gourmet into quintessential comfort grub as far as we're concerned. Stock Burger Co. raises this concept a few delectable degrees through offering a long list of fresh, juicy burgers good enough to cure any food-related blues. Throw in the selection of craft brews and generally awesome atmosphere at Stock Burger Co., and you have one of the best dining experiences in Brighton.
It's no secret that romance and rooftops go hand-in-hand, and in terms of Brighton, there's no better place to woo your honey with unparalleled views than Grand Central. Turn your supper into a seaside rendezvous on the famed restaurant and bar's secret terrace, as you lavish in top-of-the-line pub-inspired libations and the lyrical genius of Motown's smoothest crooners.
There is truly no better combination than quality booze and a beautiful beachfront. However, The Tempest Inn's slew of special events, live music, and supper clubs make it one of the best places to dine in Brighton. Abundant with lanterns, tasty, signature tipples, and seafood, any night would be made at this true standout venue.
As its name suggests, Food for Friends' level of cosy, comfortable warmth creates a truly unique and delicious Brighton dining experience. Featuring a full menu of vegetarian digs such as potato gnocchi and smoked ricotta salad, along with divinely fresh drink choices, this is that seaside eatery you'll surely never want to leave.
Free yourself from the peskiness of food restrictions at 1847---Brighton's best vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free restaurant. Complete with four menus filled with culinary masterpieces like beetroot-based 'beef' bourguigon, a botanical bar, and a list of wholly vegan vinos, 1847 won't have you missing that meat life any time in the near future.
Carnivores shall unite at one of the best restaurants in Brighton, The Salt Room. With a location as prime as its meats, The Salt Room's particularly sophisticated style of serving succulent steaks and British seafood will tempt even the most diehard of veggie lovers.