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Restaurants in Brighton

Outside of London, Brighton has the most vibrant dining scene in the south. All needs are catered for, though its vegetarian and vegan options are particularly good.

The restaurants below have been grouped into four different pricing categories:
Expensive (over £50)
Moderate (£30 to £50)
Cheap (Up to £30)

These prices are for a three-course meal for one, including half a bottle of house wine or equivalent, tax and service. A service charge of 12.5% will be added to your bill in most restaurants. If 'Service is not included', 10% tipping is customary.



Cuisine: Fine dining

Although Graze doesn’t have a Michelin star, the standard of the food is certainly in the ballpark. Food here changes with the season, but an indulgent eight-course taster menu is the only way to go for the serious diner. If you’re short on time try the Graze British Menu where the fillet of sea bass with herb gnocchi, barigoule vinaigrette and clam foam sets the standard.

Address: , 42 Western Road, Brighton, BN3 1JD
Telephone: +44 1273 823 707.
Website: http://www.graze-restaurant.co.uk

Riddle & Finns

Cuisine: Seafood

This Brighton institution now has two locations in the city and a seat in the mezzanine window of their beachside restaurant is possibly the most desirable table in town. Specialising in champagne and local oysters, it’s the latter that’s the star here, but the razor clams, local sea bass and shellfish risottos are equally as appetising.

Address: , 139 King's Road Arches, Brighton, BN1 1FN
Telephone: +44 1273 821 218.
Website: http://www.riddleandfinns.co.uk

The Gingerman

Cuisine: Fine dining

Since The Gingerman opened in 1998, it has becomes a benchmark for modern, locally sourced dining. Situated on the residential Western Street towards Hove, one look at the changing menu will confirm its credentials. Expect the likes of rump of lamb with sweetbreads, tongue, peas, goat’s milk and baby gem lettuce or sea bass with squid, broccoli, almonds, herb gnocchi and crab veloute.

Address: , 21a Norfolk Square, Brighton, BN1 2PD
Telephone: +44 1273 326 6688.
Website: http://www.gingermanrestaurant.com


BBQ Shack

Cuisine: Barbeque

Housed in the kitchen of The World’s End pub, this barbeque pop-up is a haven for those who live their life by the way of the rib. If smoking is your thing - and we mean the slow-cooking, 12-hour, lick off your fingers type of smoking - then you’ll find yourself returning here again and again and again.

Address: , 60-61 London Road, Brighton, BN1 4JE
Telephone: +44 7940 295 992.

Casa Don Carlos

Cuisine: Tapas

If the red-and-white checked tablecloths and clunky wooden furniture at Casa Don Carlos don’t remind you of eating on the Continent, the authentic Spanish tapas certainly will. Expect traditional dishes like patatas bravas (potatoes in a tomato sauce), calamari and chorizo, but be prepared to sit cheek to jowl as it gets very busy, but that’s all part of the fun.

Address: , 5 Union Street, Brighton, BN1 1HA
Telephone: +44 1273 327 177.

Terre à Terre

Cuisine: Vegetarian

Terre à Terre has set new standards for vegetarian food in Brighton, making it a destination for vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike. With a sophisticated menu containing dishes like aubergine dengaku (miso-grilled aubergine) and a calabrese worth writing sonnets about, forget any preconceptions you might retain about veggie food and get those sense twitching.

Address: , 71 East Street, Brighton, BN1 1HQ
Telephone: +44 1273 729 051.
Website: http://www.terreaterre.co.uk



Cuisine: Vegetarian, vegan

Award-winning Iydea serves a cornucopia of healthy vegetarian dishes that have been given their own, GM-free stamp. The menu changes daily, but the chilli bean enchiladas are reliably moreish. Our tip? Get there between 1600 and 1900 and you’ll get a main dish with two sides for just £6.50.

Address: , 17 Kensington Gardens, Brighton, BN1 4AL
Telephone: +44 1273 617 992.
Website: http://www.iydea.co.uk

Krua Anne

Cuisine: Thai

Krua-Anne is a Thai diner in the middle of the bustling North Laine; a family-run joint that’s long been holding its one amongst the endless restaurants that open up around it. You’ll find innovations like the Drunken Duck (stir-fired duck, vegetables and brandy), but it mostly puts its faith in holy basil and heavenly Thai curries, just like they do in old Siam.

Address: , 19 Kensington Gardens, Brighton, BN1 4AL
Telephone: +44 1273 628 555.
Website: http://www.kruaanne.com

Thewitchez Photo Design Cafe Bar

Cuisine: European

This funky (and affordable) café-cum-bar marries Instagram’s proverbial bedfellows: food and photography. It’s the only place in town where you can get passport photos snapped whilst waiting for a homemade pizza or have a mug made with your image on it whilst the chef whips up a Hungarian lecso (sausage, pepper and tomato stew).

Address: , 16 Marine Parade, Brighton, BN2 1TL
Telephone: +44 1273 673 653.
Website: http://www.thewitchez-cafe.co.uk
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Drakes Hotel

This Georgian townhouse is where the media set stay when they’re in town, with the likes of Sadie Frost and Woody Allen amongst its former guests. The interior combines orientalism and Indochine French design, and it pitches for laidback glamour. The onsite restaurant is fabulous, while the accompanying cocktail bar has an abundance of classics on offer - though mercifully no Sex On The Beach in sight.

The Granville

Styled as Brighton's original boutique hotel, The Granville exudes a thoroughly old school charm. Each of the 24 rooms are individually themed, so visitors can stay in the likes of the Noel Coward Room, with its art deco furniture, or the blue Lace Room with its Jacuzzi bath. Even Thomas Kemp, the local hero behind Kemp Town, has his own four walls.

The White House

If you’re planning on spending your evenings amongst among the pomp and wonder of Kemp Town, but still want to escape once the lights come up, The White House is a sound option. Built in the 1930s, and with only 25 rooms, its recent refurbishment now has it on point with the rest of the competition.

Hotel Una

A boutique hotel stationed in the centre of the Regency Square, Hotel Una names its rooms after the rivers of the world. Each has been individually designed with a focus on style, so when you’re not sitting at your pine bureau scribbling in your journal, you’ll be lounging on slick leather sofas. The Fifty Five Cocktail bar downstairs is ideal for sophisticated pre-dinner oiling.

Hotel du Vin

Boasting a convenient location between the Lanes conservation area and the beachfront, Hotel du Vin is an elegant Brighton hotel with 49 stylish bedrooms housed in a collection of gothic revival and mock Tudor buildings that dates back to 1695. Next door is the Pub du Vin, where sports heads can catch the latest matches on the big screen and get involved in the local plonk.

Hotel Pelirocco

Self-styled as ‘England’s Most Rock n’ Roll Hotel’, the Pelirocco wears its (tattooed) heart on its sleeve. With unique designs in each room, visitors can count sheep in sleeping quarters such as the Modrephenia (complete with scooter bedside table) and the Pretty Vacant (think: angry teenager’s bedroom with punk posters and guitars). For a naughty weekend away, the Nookii room is your best bet with its peep show shower and adult board games.