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Four new food concepts open at Shelter Hall

New to Shelter Hall for the summer of 2022

The start of a new summer season sees the delicious addition of some new food brands at Shelter Hall. Four new exclusive brands will debut from 9 May at the seafront food and entertainment hub.

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Patty Guy

From 9 May

Masterchef 2018 winner, Kenny Tutt returns for a second season with his Patty Guy concept. Here you’ll find the indulgent delights you’d expect from a nostalgic Americana sandwich menu but made with high quality, ethically sourced British beef.

The menu will have sandwich lovers salivating with the likes of Mac Daddy, a double beef patty, double American cheese, Patty’s pink sauce, lettuce and diced onion. The Sunday Best may well be a contender for Brighton’s best Sunday lunch, with a double beef patty, beef gravy onions, smashed crispy potato tots, cheese and English mustard and black pepper mayo.

The menu at Patty Guy is beef, beef and more beef. But the beauty of Shelter Hall is that you can all eat together without having to eat from the same place. So beef lovers and non-beef eaters can share a table, if not a dietary preference.

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Sear by Salt Shed

From 9 May

The team behind Salt Shed, Bethnal Green Boxpark, returns to their roots with this exclusive new food concept at Shelter Hall. Cooking with a robatayaki grill, chefs Laurence Stevens and Francis Sweeney reimagine everyone’s favourite grilled dishes with their own twist. Think charcoal chicken and chips, a skin on thigh with secret marinade and skin on chips. For steak lovers, there’s a 32 day aged Bavette steak with flame grilled flatbread, green sauce and pickled red onions. There are also sharing platters for grilled feasts among friends.

Inside Shelter Hall, rows of benches beneath an orange ceiling and food counters on either side

Sear is another meat-heavy venue, so veggies and vegans can pass this one by. But like we already said – the beauty of Shelter Hall is that you can eat with your friends and not have to eat the same thing.

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Chick Chick Crew

From 11 May

Tom Samandi, the founder of the multi-award-winning Lost Boys Chicken, returns to prove he’s still the boy who refuses to grow up. His latest concept Chick Chick Crew, is also his second concept to have a residency at Shelter Hall.

The team at Lost Boys Chicken, winner of best pub grub at the 2019 Brighton Restaurant Awards.
Lost Boys Chicken – BRAVOs Winners Best Pub Grub 2019

Expect retro classics more fun than a game of Duck Duck Goose (is it only us who automatically put that together with Chick Chick Crew?). All of the buns available can be served chicken or vegan with options from Classic Chick to BBQ and Korean Chick. And all smothered in the lip-smacking sauces that have made Lost Boys a household name synonymous with sticky fingers and memorable meals.

A glazed burger bun containing breaded fried chicken topped with melted cheese and sitting on mayo and salad. The burger is sat on a kraft napkin against a light powder blue background
Food fun from Chick Chick Crew

Tiger and Rabbit

From 11 May

This bold new brand from renowned chef, Jay Morjaria (shortlisted as ‘Chef to watch’ in the 2021 National Restaurant Awards) will bring authentic Korean flavours to Shelter Hall for the summer of 2022. Each dish is structured to incorporate flavours from the five different Korean groups: sweet, sour, salty, bitter and spice, transporting your tastebuds from the South Coast to East Asia without clocking up your carbon footprint.

Overhead shot of a table of Korean food, there are plates of noodles and cooked meats and sauces. Hands reach in from the right and left with chopsticks and lettuce leaves to make wraps with
Tiger and Rabbit at Shelter Hall

Expect dishes such as Kimchi Jeon, a pancake filled with kimchi and spring onions, served with sesame sauce) and Ssam Baps, Korean style BBQ meat and vegetable plates, served with leaves, ssamjang aioli, kimchi, pickles and rice.

Summer of fun at Shelter Hall

Shelter Hall hosts a summer packed with festival spirit, combining live music, resident and guest DJs, fun drinks and seriously good food all on the beautiful Brighton Seafont. For more details of what’s going on, and to reserve a table, see the Shelter Hall website.

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