A highly-rated destination in Brighton, Sri India Fusion Indian Cuisine is a fabulous restaurant with an intriguing menu. The great quality, set in a classy atmosphere, will have you visiting again and again.
Thanks to its outdoor seating, the restaurant is a fantastic option when the weather is cooperating. There's no specific recommended attire, so feel free to dress casually and comfortably. Also, though the price can be a bit higher than average, the experience here is definitely what you pay for.
It's been tabbed by the locals as a really solid option for large groups. In addition to its quick service (take-out is available), the restaurant also offers delivery, and can even cater an event for you. Or, if you just want to stop by for a beverage, the restaurant has a pretty broad selection at its bar.
All things considered, Sri India Fusion Indian Cuisine is a great choice when you're in the mood for Asian cuisine and want to break away from the typical Chinese or Japanese fare.
The Plough & Harrow is a 17th-century ale house based in the charming village of Litlington, itself in the South Downs National Park. Many of the original features are still present such as the roaring log fireplace and the rear garden. The menu boasts a seasonal feel, with dishes changing with the climate, while the Chefs can curate a bespoke menu for visiting parties. Other offerings include a variety of light bites and heartier offerings such as a traditional Sunday roast. The pub, who were featured in the Good Pub Guide 2013 and also boast a Cask Marque to their name, serve a wide array of real ales from the local Long Man Brewery, including tipples such as the Long Blonde and Old Man. The bar also stocks a weekly guest ale, lagers, cider, spirits and a selection of wines, which can be enjoyed when attending one of the events such as the twice-monthly pub quiz.
Nestled amid Brighton's Lanes, Piccolo aims to infuse the romance and energy of Italian cuisine into each dish. Established by a pair of brothers, the eatery offers a menu chocked full of traditional fare including pizza, pasta, gnocchi and risotto, served with fresh meat, seafood, vegetables and herbs. An international range of beers, wines and spirits suitably complements the food. Guests can enjoy their meal in the well-lit interior or outside on the patio in the warmer months,
Memories of India offers up subcontinental grub from its scenic Brighton Marina spot. The eatery serves a range of dishes, from the traditional creamy korma and spicy vindaloo, to a variety of house specials and veggie dishes. The contemporary interior features electric-blue lighting, sleek panelling and decorative foliage. Set lunches and a Sunday buffet are available, and the eatery hosts musical entertainment on occasion.
Little sister to its Portsmouth counterpart, Steki's Greek Taverna brightens up the Brighton seafront with cuisine hailing from southern European shores. The restaurant is a family run and traditional endeavour with all dishes cooked to order on-site. Simply styled interiors feature whitewashed walls and wooden tables, and the venue hosts live music and Greek-themed events as well as private parties and ambient evenings out.
Situated a short walk from the Brighton coast, Dirty Blonde is a bar and restaurant which specialises in cocktails and a menu of Big Apple-inspired fare. The extensive cocktail list features proven classics alongside a range of house specials and prohibition-era favourites. The kitchen prepares sizzling burgers, hot dogs and filled sandwiches. The interior features soft lighting and a display of vintage guitars.
This eclectic and trendy district of central Brighton is home to some of the best restaurants the city has to offer. Bill's of Brighton was the first of a now expanding chain serving classic dishes in a rustic open plan environment. Favourites among the locals include the blueberry pancakes for breakfast and the fish pie for supper. The place can get very crowded during weekends, so booking is advised. La Choza is a tiny Mexican street food restaurant that serves up big food with big flavor. With a basic but satisfying choice of bases, fillings and salsas, it's an ideal choice for any Mexican food lover. For those who are vegetarian and gluten intolerant, Lydea is a neat little cafe serving breakfast and lunch.
Brighton Restaurants by the Sea
Sea fronts are often disregarded when it comes to quality food, but Brighton has plenty of delicious options. For classic fish and chips head to Regency restaurant. While it may be a little lacking in decor, you come to this place for the fresh seafood, and on that point it unquestionably satisfies. Smokeys serves up diners authentic American road-side cuisine. They're open from breakfast until late, and they serve all the classic American standards ranging from pancakes to ribs cooked seriously well and for a reasonable price.
Where to Find the Best Burger in Brighton
Since opening back in 2013, Burger Brothers, a small burger joint with only a few stools to sit on, has become an instant hit. All their products are locally sourced and the burgers are cooked to perfection. With a delicious choice of toppings such as blue cheese and caramelised onions, the cramped space is worth the sacrifice. After several years of serving burgers out of the back of a van, the Hobgoblin pub has taken on the famous Troll's Pantry chef to grill up burgers for them. They have won several awards including the Guardian's best burger experience. Their use of wild range beef, home made sauces, artisan cheese and home baked buns make for a truly quality burger experience.
Something Extra Special at Brighton Restaurants
Due to its large student population Brighton is more budget friendly than high end, it does have some fantastic options if you're looking for something a little more special. Riddle and Finns has two locations in Brighton, and specialises in seafood, oysters and champagne dining. The style is classic without being pretentious and the beach front location is perfect in the summer. Probably the most sophisticated dining experience in Brighton is found at Hotel Du Vin. The hotel boasts an impressive dining area and several lounge areas where you can enjoy cocktails and snacks. The menu is traditional, serving grilled meats and fish, with a retro spin offering desserts such as crepe suzette.
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