Indian Summer Brighton – Authentic Indian, The Lanes
Ideally positioned in central Brighton in The Lanes, Indian Summer has had a great reputation in the Brighton restaurant scene for over 18 years.
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Indian Summer was born because Brighton really was lacking a great Indian restaurant going back a few years. Now there is much more competition.
A real Indian food experience
Beautiful décor, slightly subdued lighting and friendly knowledgeable service will be the order of the evening as Indian Summer wine and dine you in boutique inspired surroundings.
Offering street food treats such as masala dosas and bhel puris – plus the combination of Minesh’s/ Byron’s family recipes, Indian Summer offers a modern take on an Indian restaurant all served in an elegant and ‘fine dining’ style.
What’s on the menu?
Here you won’t find that Indian dishes which have been changed for a British palette, instead you will find popular Indian dishes fused from around the country, plus, at the same time the restaurant provides extensive gluten and dairy free dishes which is in keeping with menu choices in India. Menu items are easily adapted for those with dietary requirements which is a real bonus.
Have a look at the Indian Summer menu page to find information about their lunch, dinner, dessert and wine menu – along with their delivery options.
A few of our favourite menu choices
Indian Summer Thali
An array of flavours. A mezze of chicken, lamb and aloo subzi. Served with dal, papad, pickle, roti and basmati rice
Tandoori Black Bream
Marinated black bream in roasted spices. Cooked in the tandoor. Served with Mumbai aloo, sesame raita and fresh fennel, pomegranate, tomato salad
South indian chef Joseph’s family recipe of succulent stir-fried pork in whole spices. Served with roasted coconut sauce, apple clove chutney and basmati rice.
Cookery lessons with Indian Summer
Fancy learning the secrets of preparing Indian food using the finest quality ingredients?
Why not get in touch with the Indian Summer chefs so you can learn about their menus, formulas so you can impress your friends? Workshops last for 2-3 hours and are usually based around having 4 students though these numbers are flexible. We recently took part in a cookery lesson with Minesh which proved to be a fantastic evening.
Racking up the awards
Indian Summer has recently won the following different food and restaurant awards, they also feature in our top ten Brighton restaurants. They have also achieved the following;
Best place to Eat and Drink – Brighton & Hove Independent Business Awards 2016, AA Rosette Award 2015, Best in Britain Top 50 2015, Cobra Good Curry Guide – Top 100 2015, Trip Advisor 2015 certificate of Excellence, Hardens Good Food Guide top 10 outside of London, Best Asian Restaurant on the South Coast – Asian Curry Awards 2015.