WHERE TO EAT

Here are a few suggestions. Go to Visit Brighton for more details and ideas.

53 Meeting House Lane

Small restaurant with an open
kitchen by chef Michael Bremner

17 Jubilee Street

A taste of India’s many regions
and cuisines

13-16 Vine Street

Counter dining around an open
bar and kitchen

60 Ship Street

Award winning

South Indian street food

29-31 East Street

Leading seafood restaurant

and oyster bar

97-99 Kings Road

2 AA Rosette restaurant within

the beautiful Grand Hotel

Bartholomew Square

Known for its fresh, handmade sushi and authentic approach to hot Japanese dishes

91 Kings Road Arches

Casual all day dining experience by Great British Menu 2017 winner Michael Bremner

Brighton Palace Pier

Traditional fish and chips on the Pier

8 Duke Street

Vibrant open kitchen upstairs with seats at the Chef’s Counter, a relaxed wine bar downstairs and a sunny outdoor terrace

70 Ship Street

Contemporary French restaurant
in the heart of the Lanes

20 New Road

Polpo is a bacaro – a Venetian
word that describes a humble
restaurant serving simple Italian
food

131 Kings Road

Delicious locally caught fresh fish
and seafood

12B Meeting House Lane or
139 Kings Road Arches

Local seafood, oysters and
champagne dining

39 Upper Gardner Street

Pre-industrial food system that
generates zero material waste

71 East Street

Creative vegetarian food with
versatile menus

143-144 Kings Road Arches

Fresh shellfish, fish and steak in a
superb beachfront location

21a Norfolk Square

Small but perfectly formed,
intimate restaurant

51a Ship Street

Offers all-day dining, seven days
a week, from dawn until dusk

64 Kings Road

Fantastic dining experience
overlooking the iconic seafront

106 Kings Road

Modern British seafood and grill

33 Regency Square

Relaxed modern British tasting
menus

10 Ship Street

Stone’s throw from the beach.
Pub with roof garden

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