Experience the Finest 
Dining in Brighton

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A list of recommended restaurants you may wish to consider booking during your stay in Brighton, all tried and tested by the Hotel management.

Bincho Yakitori

One of the best restaurants in Brighton (approved by many outlets) is Bincho Yakitori which offers an array of street foods on small plates. This restaurant has legions of fans who come for its authentically Japanese casual drinking-and-dining experience.



etch. is MasterChef: The Professionals winner Steven Edwards’ flagship restaurant located on Church Road in Brighton & Hove. Previously a bank, etch. has a modern look with views of an open kitchen where the chefs create and serve food. Tasting menus change each month and reflect whatever is best at that time of year.


Petit Pois

Petit Pois is a French restaurant located in the heart of The Brighton Lanes. They have carefully selected an enticing menu inspired by well-known French classics and given a modern twist with seasonal ingredients. The menu offers a selection of dishes which are meant to be shared and enjoyed together. An equal amount of attention has been given to a wine list, which is comprised with high quality yet affordable wines from different region of France.


64 Degrees

Yet more proof that Brighton is rather fond of its super-cool restaurants, 64 Degrees does the ‘small plates’ thing with a big load of flair. Headed by Michael Bremner, the restaurant prides itself on using local and seasonal produce – so do not be surprised to see a good few Sussex items on the menu. This is a good place to book if you are trying to impress a serious foodie.


Cin Cin

Cin Cin markets itself as the 'best Italian restaurant in Brighton,' and we might be inclined to agree with that. It is another Michelin Star restaurant in Brighton with high-quality, classic Italian fare, including pasta and seafood. The staff pairs every meal with a delicious wine list, and they cook each meal to perfection. While you can always get pasta, there are many different kinds to choose from, depending on the season.



Effortlessly cool and modern small plate restaurant. An award winning cocktail bar that is set in Brighton's Lanes. Their wine list is sophisticated and offers a carefully selected range of natural wines. Plateau is sustainability focused and sources ingredients from local organic suppliers.


The Little Fish Market

Ever since chef Duncan Ray first opened TLFM in 2013, gourmets from across the UK have flocked to sample the constantly changing, ingredient-led menu at this small (20-cover) restaurant. It is definitely a blow-the-budget spot (but so worth every penny.


Burnt Orange

Still a relative newcomer to the Brighton Lanes, Burnt Orange’s flame is burning bright. This brilliant Brighton restaurant strikes the perfect balance between comfort and glamour, finding its home in the beating heart of Brighton. The menu is designed for sharing and takes inspiration from the fresh flavours of the Mediterranean sea. The very best seasonal ingredients are cooked over wood-fire giving the excellent food its distinct flavour. Match this with an outstanding wine-list, hand-crafted cocktails and a passionate team and you have got a truly winning formula.


The Flint House

Set within a recently regenerated part of Brighton’s Lanes, The Flint House’s large dining room and outdoor spaces make it great for large gatherings. The menu is broad, with vegan and gluten-free diners catered for with dedicated menus. The chef’s menu – which includes a small selection of dishes with wines to match – is always a good bet.


The Salt Room

There’s little point being on the British coast if you are not going to take advantage of the culinary fantasia right in front of you. The Salt Room won the 2017 Seafish UK Restaurant of the Year award and specialises in cooking over coals. Diners also get a meal with a view, thanks to The Salt Room’s seafront location opposite the West Pier.


The Chilli Pickle

Many consider The Chilli Pickle to be Brighton’s best Indian restaurant. Suitable for lunch or dinner, the creatively put together menu is crammed with recipes you are unlikely to have tried before. Their dishes are colourful, well-spiced and aromatic – the absolute perfect pick-me-up if you’re feeling a tiny bit under the weather or simply suffering from the winter blues.