Fine Dining In Brighton
|| Whether it’s a
special occasion or you just fancy a slap-up meal, there are plenty
of places in Brighton where you can enjoy a superb dinner in elegant
For starters there’s the King’s Restaurant [map]
at The De Vere Grand Hotel, which serves scrumptious food in the
luxurious surroundings of marble pillars and chandeliers. Get there
early to sip cocktails and pre-dinner drinks in the lounge and bar
whilst listening to soothing music from the resident pianist.
Winner of two AA rosettes for providing an exceptional dining experience
is Sevendials [map]
in central Brighton, not far from Brighton Station and the seafront.
This restaurant has a summer terrace with hardwood decking that is
open during the warmer seasons, while the restaurant itself has been
mentioned in numerous publications, such as the Good Food Guide.
One of Brighton’s most popular eating-places is Whytes
which is hidden away on Western Street. This is a modern British restaurant
with a hint of internationalism, from spicy meat dishes to cool veggie
cuisine, along with reliable and friendly staff.
An old favourite in The Lanes, the swankiest part of town, is Browns
Restaurant and Bar [map],
which has been established for more than a decade. The decor here
has a very exclusive feel, while the menu offers a great mix of pasta,
salad and meat dishes.
Also located in a quaint street on the edge of The Lanes is English’s
a classy oyster bar that is undoubtedly one of the best restaurants
in Brighton, if not the south coast. Here you can either sit outside
or at the counter and enjoy one of the many fish dishes, such as Dover
sole, lobster or grilled tuna.
English's has a sister eatery in the form of Curve [map]
in the North Laine district, which is a great location for a coffee
in the afternoon or a full gourmet meal in the evening. The food here
has a Mediterranean flavour to it and the front of the restaurant
opens up during the summer so you can watch the world go by.
If you’re staying in the attractive Kemp Town area then check
out One Paston Place [map],
a smart restaurant with plenty of space around each table. Tourists,
locals and businesspeople come here for the top quality cuisine that
is served in a very relaxed atmosphere. As well as the extensive food
menu there is also a hefty wine list worth looking at.
For those who enjoy getting dressed up to the nines, the fabulously
styled Havana [map]
on Duke Street is the place to go. The cream decor with dark wood
gives the place an elegant feel while the mix of menus, from breakfast
to no-expense-spared dinners, ensure it keeps its reputation as one
of the best in town.
If you’re staying in the neighbouring town of Hove then get
along to La Fourchette [map]
on Church Road, a trendy French eatery that is highly rated by the
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