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  • Best Restaurants in Brighton

    Searching for the best restaurants in Brighton? We've got you covered with the best places to eat out for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Ready to discover the top restaurants in Brighton? Let's dig in!

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    Restaurant Chamuyo Argentine Steakhouse in The Lanes, Brighton

    Chamuyo Argentine Steakhouse

    The Lanes
    Steak Restaurant

    ££££

    The LanesSteak Restaurant

    ££££

    5.7/6
    582 reviews
    5.7/6
    582 reviews
    Chamuyo Argentine Steakhouse
    Restaurant Thai Spice in Central, Brighton

    Thai Spice

    Central
    Thai Restaurant

    ££££

    CentralThai Restaurant

    ££££

    5.4/6
    66 reviews
    5.4/6
    66 reviews
    Thai Spice

    D'Arcys Restaurant

    The Lanes
    Seafood Restaurant

    ££££

    The LanesSeafood Restaurant

    ££££

    5.3/6
    9 reviews
    5.3/6
    9 reviews
    D'Arcys Restaurant

    Al Rouche

    Central
    Lebanese Restaurant

    ££££

    CentralLebanese Restaurant

    ££££

    5.1/6
    10 reviews
    5.1/6
    10 reviews
    Al Rouche

    Charles Street Tap

    Kemptown
    British Restaurant

    ££££

    KemptownBritish Restaurant

    ££££

    6.0/6
    1 reviews
    6.0/6
    1 reviews
    Charles Street Tap

    Harvester - Madeira

    Central
    British Restaurant

    ££££

    CentralBritish Restaurant

    ££££

    5.0/6
    1 reviews
    5.0/6
    1 reviews
    Harvester - Madeira

    Walkabout Brighton

    Central
    British Restaurant

    ££££

    CentralBritish Restaurant

    ££££

    6.0/6
    1 reviews
    6.0/6
    1 reviews
    Walkabout Brighton

    Browns Brasserie & Bar - Brighton

    Central
    British Restaurant

    ££££

    CentralBritish Restaurant

    ££££

    Browns Brasserie & Bar - Brighton

    The Devils Dyke Hotel

    Saddlescombe
    British Restaurant

    ££££

    SaddlescombeBritish Restaurant

    ££££

    The Devils Dyke Hotel

    The Blind Busker

    Hove
    British Restaurant

    ££££

    HoveBritish Restaurant

    ££££

    6.0/6
    1 reviews
    6.0/6
    1 reviews
    The Blind Busker

    Harvester - Katarina

    Central
    British Restaurant

    ££££

    CentralBritish Restaurant

    ££££

    4.0/6
    1 reviews
    4.0/6
    1 reviews
    Harvester - Katarina

    George Street Tap

    Hove
    British Restaurant

    ££££

    HoveBritish Restaurant

    ££££

    George Street Tap

    Downs Hotel - Brighton

    Kemptown
    British Restaurant

    ££££

    KemptownBritish Restaurant

    ££££

    5.0/6
    1 reviews
    5.0/6
    1 reviews
    Downs Hotel - Brighton

    The Smuggler's Rest

    Saltdean
    British Restaurant

    ££££

    SaltdeanBritish Restaurant

    ££££

    The Smuggler's Rest
    1. 1.

      Best restaurants in Brighton – beachside brunches

      Walking distance from the centre and a short drive from London, Brighton’s world famous beach draws thousands of visitors annually, and there's a plethora of fun, waterfront Brighton restaurants to choose from. Work up an appetite strolling the pebble beach and checking out the sunbathers – the aromas of the shorefront eateries will tempt you. Chinese, Indian, French and Spanish, along with the unmistakable smells of gourmet pizza and fresh seafood compete for attention. No matter your choice, if it’s one of the great waterfront places to eat in Brighton, you're assured a spectacular view as you eat.
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      Brighton restaurants – life at Brighton Marina

      Get lost among the charms of Brighton and you’ll find something special – Swordfish steak? Quince and cox apple crumble? You can find it here, just a short walk from the beach. But for a true seafood experience, don your sailor’s cap and head straight to Brighton Marina, just to the east of Brighton’s famous beach, offering several great Brighton restaurants. It is one of Europe’s largest marinas, with 126 acres of mooring, entertainment and residential space, and expanding. The marina's facilities include several cafes, bars and restaurants that members of the public can take advantage of and enjoy quayside.
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      Places to eat in Brighton – treat yourself in Hove

      To the west of Brighton, the rapidly growing village of Hove has a surprising amount to offer when it comes to shopping, eating, drinking and entertainment. Catch a show at the Old Market, stroll the lanes and browse the shops and boutiques while absorbing the old-world feel of this quaint fishing village. Remember, it is of the utmost important that you don’t forget to check out some of the great Brighton restaurants that are actually well-loved Hove institutions. There are some fantastic bakers in Hove, and some of the best Asian restaurants in Brighton can be found there.
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      Restaurants in Brighton: ambling through Kemptown

      When it comes to ‘where to eat in Brighton’, it’s hard to beat seafood along the beach. But just off the beaten track and offering some of the most unique places to eat in Brighton, the district of Kemptown is well-known for its eclectic atmosphere. Kemptown also features an impressive selection of highly-rated pubs, bars and restaurants. Just to the east of Brighton’s main streets, Kemptown is home to a prominent LGBT community which means mardi gras: Kemptown plays host to a wild annual street carnival. Stroll the upbeat streets of Kemptown and sample what’s on offer, you’re sure to be delighted.
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      Top restaurants in Brighton: history in The Lanes

      The city of Brighton puts on several foodie festivals every year, bringing even more foodies here to play. Housing is also on the rise in this charming city. In parallel, there are new restaurants in Brighton opening up, new chefs moving in and great places to discover. Cozy up in one of the best places to eat in Brighton: The Lanes. The original fishing village of Brighton, with narrow, winding streets and intriguing architecture offers many options to diners. Centuries-old fishing cottages sit next to traditional pubs, next to chic coffee shops, next to Italian or Japanese or Thai restaurants.
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      Brighton restaurants: regional cuisine?

      If there is a cuisine specific to restaurants in Brighton, it will be found at the annual Brighton Food Festival. Tasked with bringing out the best food that Brighton, Hove, and Sussex county have to offer, the Brighton Food Festival is a local affair. The emphasis is on locally-sourced food, and one of the best things about the Brighton Food Festival is its promotion of supply networks to Brighton restaurants. Restaurants looking for the freshest have been known to strike up partnerships with local sellers – the next thing you know you’re eating ingredients farmed just up the road in a Brighton restaurant.
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      Brighton restaurants – new media business lunches

      Brighton is not all about beachside bistros and the non-stop enjoyment of delicious food. Brighton is also the home of a digital media industry which, since the 1990s, has earned this electronic enclave the nickname Silicon Beach. There are almost 300 new media companies doing business right here in Brighton. Consequently, some of the top restaurants in Brighton do a mean take-out or fast business lunch designed for face-to-faces, snappy brainstorm sessions or Skype chats, and lunch specials that cater to Brighton’s many media professionals are very easy to come by on any given weekday.