Eat Well For Less

Pulling in the purse strings needn’t mean resorting to a strict diet of Lidl baked beans and misery. From discount codes to midweek meal deals, if you’re clever about it there’s plenty of ways to dine out without blowing the budget.

Eating well for less is our roundup where saving money needn’t mean compromising on quality, sure there’s cheaper options, but all we all need to live a little.

If the idea of eating out at an award winning venue seems entirely beyond the budget, we have good news for you. In this year’s BRAVO awards, we asked you to vote for your favourite places for cheap eats in Brighton. Enjoy Latin American Japanese fusion food at category winner Tropical Sushi or head to another favourite, Smorls Kitchen, for some of the best Falafel in Brighton.

Lunch set menus are a great way to get a little more for your money at some fabulous venues around town. From lunch with a view at Murmur to a little French inspired midday indulgence at Plateau, there is plenty to choose from. You can try award winning fish themed restaurant The Salt Room for less at lunchtime, with a set 3 courses for only £20. Why not try the traditional Indian street food options on the lunch menu at Curry Leaf Cafe, which start from just £5!

Here at Restaurants Brighton we have teamed up with some of the amazing venues around our beautiful city to offer a great online exclusive deal. Enjoy selected venues including LatinoAmerica, Silo and Polpo on selected days during the week for 20% less when booked through this page.

Chilli Pickle Brighton. Best places to eat in Brighton. Brighton Restaurant Awards

Midweek Meal Deals

Bring that Friday feeling forward and head out during the week to venues that offer special deals on food and drink from Monday-Thursday. We are suckers here for Wing Wednesday at Lost Boys Chicken and the set menu at The Chilli Pickle, both of which are great if you are trying to save those pennies. Another firm favourite is Tapas Tuesdays at Market Restaurant with an electric atmosphere guaranteed or the early evening Thali at Indian Summer who celebrate 17 years this month.

They say that one should try and learn something new everyday, and we can’t think of anything better than learning to cook restaurant quality food, at home. Brighton and Hove Food Partnership offer a great selection of classes at the Community Kitchen. You can even learn from a pro with monthly cookery classes from Minesh at The Kari Club. Whether you share it with your friends, family or enjoy it all to yourself, cooking a good meal at home can often be as satisfying as dining out.