Chinese, Thai, Indian, French, Italian, The Americas, Spanish, Lebanese and Japanese. Satisfy your taste buds with food from all over the world in Brighton and Hove’s 400 cafés and restaurants. Whether it’s afternoon tea at the Grand Hotel, fish and chips on Brighton Pier or something altogether more exotic, there’s something for every gourmet (or gourmand!).
Brighton has been named as the best English city to dine in outside London in Remy Martin's Restaurant Awards 2007.
Nia Café is a true hidden gem, really cosy, romantic and laid-back with a chef who takes excellent, top-quality ingredients and treats them with the simplicity and respect they deserve. Read the review.
You may think Brighton has enough Italian restaurants and you could be right; Piccolo's, Pinnochio's, Picasso's. However, Strada's impressive menu range, prices, friendliness and speed of the service will not dissapoint. And it's got the perfect spot for shoppers and theatre-goers. Read the review.
The Blind Busker's smiling maitre’d was the first hint of it's intention to be regarded as an eatery as much as a pub. With the mixed, 30-something crowd chattering at the bar and surrounding tables enjoying a mid-week bevy and bite, the atmosphere is certainly relaxed and welcoming. Read the review.
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The New Steine Bistro, part of the New Steine, has been successfully entertaining and feeding guests and Kemptown locals alike for the past 10 years and has now re-opened 3 doors down at number 10/11 Same concept, same chef, just better!!!
It's currently offering 2 courses for £12.95, Sunday-Thurs inc, Weekends at £16.95. Get down there! The Bistro also specialises in private parties and has live entertainment. Read Brighton.co.uk's review here.
Another VB favourite is the Regency Restaurant "It's a really good all-things-to-everybody restaurant. It's not expensive, there's a great atmosphere ... everything they do is great." Rick Stein, author of Rick Stein's Seafood Lovers' Guide.
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