Regency Restaurant in Brighton is an ideal spot to spend an evening out after a day of fun. And what could be nicer than a day out at the seaside? You’re going to want to wander down the Prom – King’s Road, if it’s Brighton city centre that you’re in – and have a trip to the end of the pier. An ice cream is a must, and at the end of your day, you’ll want to have a great fish meal to really top it off. Regency Restaurant on the King’s Road has everything that one could want for in a seaside eatery: a view of the sea, a palatial atmosphere and a fish menu to get stuck into. Make your way to Regency Restaurant for a fabulous meal as soon as you can.
Brighton’s Regency Restaurant has a history that speaks of the faded glamour and enduring class of the Brighton seafront. Their address on 131 King’s Road is the former home of the richest woman in the world, aristocratic heiress Harriet Mellon. She used to sit and gaze at the sea, eating king prawns, her personal favourite. Take a trip to the centre of the city and enjoy a meal at The Regency in Brighton that can replicate her experience in the 21st century. We’re certain you’ll feel like an aristocrat once you taste this
The fish and chips at Brighton’s Regency Restaurant is excellent, of course, given the Brighton seafront address, but the true joy of the menu is in the fresh fish: grilled sea-steaks come in the form of halibut, lemon sole, dover sole, seabass in lemon and dill sauce...we could go on. Better though, if you go for yourself: take a trip to the King’s Road in the centre of Brighton for a great fish supper. The amazing seafood at Regency Restaurant awaits your visit.
I visit Regency when my friend visit me. The sea food there all brilliant and fresh. we enjoy the taste very much and have a wonderful dinner.
Fantastic food at a very good price, very friendly staff who went out of their way to make me comfortable, great view and the best tiramisu I've had in years
I have never had any fish better cooked than it is at the Regency Restaurant. There is a reason it is one of the oldest restaurants in Brighton, its because its simply the best place to go for fish.