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The Coal Shed and The Salt Room

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Independent & Unique

The Coal Shed Brighton, Coal Shed London, Salt Room Brighton

As part of an ambitious independent restaurant group based in Brighton and London, we believe our people are our greatest assets and constantly strive to attract unique talent to our restaurant groups at a very exciting time of growth.

Learn more about the group and explore opportunities to work at:  The Coal Shed BrightonThe Coal Shed London, and The Salt Room Brighton

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The Coal Shed Brighton

Established in 2011, The Coal Shed is a steak and seafood restaurant located in the heart of Brighton.

The menu is simple: the highest quality ingredients, sourced as locally as possible, and expertly cooked over coal.

As well as a seasonal a la carte menu, we also offer daily specials, an excellent value express lunch and pre theatre menu, and Brighton’s favourite Sunday sharing roast.

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The Salt Room Brighton

Since opening in 2015, The Salt Room has been at the forefront of the Brighton food scene, renowned for its delicious fresh fish, grilled meats, outstanding cocktails, wineandservice.

Located on the Brighton seafront, with views of the iconic West Pier ruins, the restaurant offers guests the opportunity to grab a drink in the bar, eat lunch or dinner in the main dining room or terrace, or host a special event in the private dining room.

Read chef spotlight Q & A with The Salt Rooms head chef Dave Mothersill. 

The Coal Shed London

Located across from the iconic Tower Bridge, The Coal Shed, London is the first London restaurant from Raz Helalat, who opened The Coal Shed in 2011 and The Salt Room in 2015, both in Brighton.

Celebrating coal roasted rare breed meat and sustainable seafood, the restaurant offers a seasonal a la carte menu, great value pre theatre dining, and London’s new favourite Sunday roast.

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