Jamie Oliver’s restaurant is wonderfully child-friendly with its colourful decor. The children’s food menu, aimed at the 5 years and under, is inside a toy and the kids look through the toy to view pictures of the Children’s menu food! The meals themselves are really varied and recently came out top in a UK survey.
Situated in Middle St, Sushimania is Brighton’s best Japanese Restaurant. Offering freshly made sushi & a whole selection of delicious Japanese cuisine served in sumptuous surroundings. The all you can eat menu for £15.80 represents staggeringly good value as does the 1/2 price a la carte lunch and after 10pm deal. They also offer a local delivery service. 12 noon – 11pm daily.
Fast becoming popular with Brighton diners. Airy and spacious, the floor to ceiling windows and conservatory make it fabulously light. The gently swaying masts below make alfresco dining on the large terrace hard to resist. Their chefs philosophy? Make the most of the freshest produce available. The ever changing menus are always an intriguing mix of flavours and they’ve a great wine list
Enjoy delicious locally caught fresh fish and seafood at the Regency, one of Brighton’s most popular seafood restaurants. Also, fresh pasta, Scotch steaks, poultry, vegetarian dishes, all at reasonable prices. An easy stroll from hotels, shops and attractions. The superb views of the sea and the West Pier makes me dine outside in all weathers. Open daily for breakfast through to dinner.
Still surprising diners after 17 years with its strict code of using the freshest ingredients and authentic recipes from Italy. With the occasional modern twist Leonardo’s is the ideal restaurant to enjoy a romantic dinner, birthday celebration or treat friends & family to their Italian charm and relaxed family atmosphere.
Mon – Sun 12 noon-11pm
This 1930’s beautifully restored jewel of a building with sweeping bay windows has a perfectly balanced atmosphere whether in garden, bar or the venue throughout. Ed (Head chef) has created a totally mouth watering selection of bar and gourmet cuisine and as it is also lauded to be “the best Sunday lunch in Brighton” .
This pub has great memories of an early date. You can eat in the pub itself or walk up a cute wooden staircase leading to a beautifully decorated compact space which is just charming. Though best known for their authentic thai cuisine, their Sunday roast is also super; reasonably priced and the service is good and friendly.
Dining at Terre à Terre is a vegetarian culinary experience like no other, with intense flavours, sublime textures and more makes simply heavenly dining.
With Mothers’ Day fast approaching, they will be offering their a la carte menu, set menu and some mothers day extras – themed cocktails and specials. Plus lots of mothers’ day gifts like truffles, hampers etc available from the restaurant or website.
In 2001, 3 Kiwis came together to create a burger restaurant like never before where the humble burger was treated with the respect it had back home – with quality ingredients and fresh as a daisy. They sought to always serve the best and have fun. The relaxed quirky feel is great for everyone to celebrate on any day.
One of Brighton’s longest established family run pizzeria, established 1979. Their stone baked pizzas, hand spun, made fresh daily with gourmet ingredients direct from Italy. Also authentic Italian dishes a la carte.
You can also attend live Opera Operetta nights where professional singers serenade you close up and personal. A full evening’s entertainment includes a three
course menu for £21.95 per person.