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Lunch on Brighton Seafront
Located within the iconic Grand Hotel, another new and exciting addition to the ever increasing selection of fish and seafood restaurants in Brighton and Hove. Again, if it’s a business lunch you’re after or just a special treat, you wouldn’t find yourself disappointed dining here. As well as options of a la carte and classic private dining, they offer affordable set menus.
Fancy an authentic Neapolitan pizza? At Nuposto the dough is proved for over 24 hours before being topped with rich tomato sauce and the freshest Italian mozzarella then cooked at a staggering 450F for just 60 seconds to seal in the flavour. Need it in a hurry? Use their collection web service to have it ready for your arrival!
The Salt Room has created such hype and a wave of excitement since hitting Brighton! The same owners as the critically acclaimed Coal Shed, they’ve created an impressive venue oozing with style and a menu which tantalises the taste-buds with the freshest fish, seafood and local produce available. Make sure to check out their great deal set lunch menu.
Opening it’s doors in Summer 2016 The Jetty has quickly established itself as a main player in the Brighton restaurant scene. Located underneath The Jetty Hotel, on the corner of West Street and King’s Road, this stylish venue offers sumptuous afternoon tea, fresh fish dishes and a tasty choice of cocktails.
The award winning Restaurant at Drakes has achieved the highest score achieved amongst Brighton restaurants in the Good Food Guide 2018, making this the 9th year running. Situated in the sophisticated boutique hotel Drakes, it is perfect for long, leisurely lunches* or a quick but sophisticated set menu. Accomplished Head Chef, Andy Vitez updates the modern European fine dining menus regularly to reflect the best of the seasons. (*Open for Saturday and Sunday lunch only during the summer months)
This lively, all round venue is situated smack bang on top of the seafront, just west of the Brighton Pier. It’s a perfect location for an alfresco lunch with friends or colleagues if you want some good, honest food in a comfortable setting with sea-views you just can’t beat. Serving classic lunchtime dishes such as fish and chips, handmade Sussex burgers and sandwiches it’s a perfect spot.
Inspired by a trip to the Californian desert, Smokey’s wanted to bring back some of that delicious, home-cooked food back to the shores of Brighton. Described as classic roadside cuisine with a pinch of spice from the Southern border. Brunch is served from 8am until 2pm Monday to Thursday, and 8am until 4pm Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays. Benedict’s, pancakes, grills, chowders, ribs, wings and more.
Situated at the base of Brighton’s BAi360, the menu at West Beach Bar & Kitchen has been created using Brighton’s vibrant spirit as inspiration. You’ll find traditional seaside favourites such as their interpretation of fish & chips with the Crumbed Catch of the Day and Chips, alongside delicious Seafood Buckets and locally sourced drinks. Take your kids after a walk along the beach and sit eat out on teir seafront terrace.
Forming part of the old Victorian Arches underneath the Kings Road, the Bucket and Spade Cafe is ideally located on the Promenade, next to the Kings Road Playground & Paddling Pool. The Bucket & Spade Cafe is the perfect place to bring the family, with a large selection of children’s meals and snacks on offer and have plenty of book crayons and chalk board tables to keep the little ones entertained.
In a superb location on Brighton seafront, The Copper Clam is just metres from the waves. Describing themselves as a ‘purveyor of fine seafood, gin, wines & spirits’ the team are proud to shout about the fact their shellfish and fish are sourced ethically and locally. Choose from light bites and oysters for a lunchtime nibble or go for a main course for larger meal.
The New Club BN1 2HH
LA indie style coffee house meets New York bar and diner. The food is of superb local quality and the decor and atmosphere cool, stylish and relaxed. If what you need at lunchtime is a big meaty burger, this is definitely a good choice. Although they feature a range of other dishes in their menu, their ‘Dirty Burger’ is fast becoming legendary as one of the best in Brighton.
Lucky Beach is one of those cafes that locals want to keep a secret… with it’s beachfront location and fresh n funky menu you’ll have to get in early to nab a seat. But it’s definitely worth a short wait in order to fill your boots with delicious brunch offerings and top notch burgers. Open year-round, Lucky Beach Cafe serves up some of the best cafe food in Brighton. Local, sustainable and mostly organic food and drink is served by a team of friendly staff who are keen for you to get the most out of your visit to both the cafe and Brighton!
Lunch in The Lanes
French inspired cuisine with a British influence, the Bistro du Vin is situated in the luxurious boutique hotel, Hotel Du Vin. Nestled in Brighton’s famous Lanes, just a ‘pebble’s throw’ from the beach it’s a perfect place to experience fine dining in a really relaxed setting. Not only can you enjoy a fantastic dinner here, but afternoon tea and Sunday lunch are done superbly here too.
One of Brighton’s well known pubs, The Black Lion, is situated in the heart of The Lanes just near the seafront on Black Lion Street. Not only does The Black Lion have a good reputation for a music filled night out, it’s amazing food is also the attraction to many people. Available for lunchtime, early evening or weekend dining. The kitchen is open from 12pm until 10pm Sunday-Wednesday, 12pm until 9.30pm on Thursday, and 12pm until 8pm Fridays and Saturdays, you can also enjoy your food in their heated garden.
The Mesmerist Brighton in The Lanes is a long standing favourite amongst us Brightonians. Serving traditional pub grub with a bit of an international twist you can expect to see things such as House-smoked ham hock nuggets with Granny Smith ketchup for starters and of course a good old burger served as two 4oz patties with cheese, house sauce, dill pickles & fries. Grab a cocktail whilst you are there too. An extensive classically inspired cocktail list includes indulgent Salted Caramel Espresso Martinis and punchy Negronis, whilst the craft beer and cask ale selection available at the bar is not to be frowned upon.
If Dim Sum is your thing then Gars is an outstanding option if you are in the mood for Chinese with an innovative twist. Described as Chinese fine dining and with pan asian additions on the menu also, Gars restaurant in Brighton is a wonderful place for a lunch, a private party or a special occasion and it even has its very own Karaoke room should you need it.
‘The owners of Havana brings you No 32 Duke Street.’ Almost unrecognisable, this is now a place to ‘Eat, Drink and Dance.’ The menu is an exciting selection of classic, simple dishes with creative and imaginative twists. All served in a trendy and elegant setting. Think giant, sparkling chandeliers, dark brown chesterfields and black and white vintage posters of Hollywood stars.
Brighton’s popular vegetarian restaurant, Food For Friends, specialise in the art of cooking delicious plant based dishes, using fresh and locally sourced ingredients. Located in Brighton’s cosmopolitan and vibrant Lanes area, close to the city’s main attractions. The venue is warm and welcoming, offering a relaxed dining experience – open for both lunch and dinner.
The Coffee Break, by Edendum is a slice of Italy transported to Brighton, with freshly-cooked recipes that will satisfy every customer. Northern Italian tradition is mixed with Sussex produce producing delicious focaccia sandwiches, pizza squares, stuffed croissants. Stuffed fried rice balls, called arancini, are a must, once tried they will have you counting down the minutes to lunch!
With an almost fanatical following, MOSHIMO is a Japanese restaurant seen by many in the city as a Brighton institution. It’s the city’s original conveyor-belt sushi bar serving handmade and sustainable sushi with a hot food menu, perfect for a light lunch. All fish is the highest grade and sourced as locally as possible so you can be sure you are doing your bit for sustainability.
London’s successful Breakfast Club dining experience is now in Brighton’s Lanes. The Breakfast Club bring a bit of Miami Vice and art deco to Brighton. Check out their maple syrup video on this page for a bit of Breakfast Club fun. You’ll find brunch classics and something different too such as the Huevos Rancheros, which translates as rancher’s eggs and is a Mexican-style breakfast.
Family owned Spanish restaurant, Agua Dulce is a popular fare. Situated on Kings Road on the seafront, their Mediterranean menu is seafood focused with plenty of meat and vegetarian options also. Also offering original ‘tapa’ this is an ideal place for sharing lunch with friends, family or colleagues. One free tapas with glass of wine.
A stone’s throw from the beach on Black Lion Street, Jamie’s Italian is a lovely little place where you can enjoy an authentic Italian lunch with friends. Offering a light lunch with a selection of anti-pasti and sides such as bruschetta, arancini or sharing plates. If you want something more substantial however you can get yourself a huge bowl of pasta or a range of other mains.
An Indian stalwart in Brighton and Lewes and one which gets a big credit for their authentic Gujarati cuisine. With secret recipes that have been passed down from Chula’s mother and grandmother, there is no wonder that this venue has a reputation for quality and tradition. Try their lunch time buffet for a bit of everything.
Hailed by the Guardian as the most exciting thing to hit the Brighton Food scene in years, 64 Degrees is a lunchtime experience to remember. The kitchen is literally at the heart of the restaurant where diners can eat at the pass watching the chef’s work directly in front of them. Giving you a ‘Social dining’ experience. 64 Degrees offer a six for four deal on weekday lunches (12-3 Monday – Friday).
‘Where vegetarianism is indulgence not abstinence’, Terre Terre has been changing views about vegetarian cuisine for the past 21 years. Imaginative and daring, the team at Terre a Terre use their skills and experience to really push the boundaries of traditional cooking creating the most exciting dishes. A lunchtime experience to behold, vegetarian or not.
Serving ‘award winning’ South Indian Street food, the Curry Leaf Cafe is an innovative, new addition to Brighton’s food scene. A relaxed, modern cafe, it’s the perfect place for lunch if you fancy something a little bit different. The menu is a fantastic range of dishes, catering for all tastes. And as with any good curry, there’s plenty of great craft beers on offer to go with it.
A Victorian double fronted family run British bistro in the charming area of East Street down the historic The Lanes. Known for their amazing steaks and other signature dishes, the House restaurant is a popular among locals and the perfect place to have a quiet lunch with friends, business colleagues or even by yourself. There’s a great seating area outside if you want lunch alfresco.
For those whose main aim to satisfy their sweet tooth at lunchtime, then this lovely little Parisian patisserie cafe is the place to come. Known for his beautifully crafted macarons, Julien Plumart also does a lovely lunch menu filled with sandwiches made with brioche baps, toasties, salads, soups and quiches. Includes choice of pastries, tarts, gateaux and other such things so naughty and nice.
Lunch in the North Laine Area
Grow 40 Brighton has recently relaunched with a new partnership and extended team behind it, as owner Steve Pineau joins forces with Food Director Phil Bartley of Great British Charcuterie and Hove Place to bring a new dining experience to the city. The seasonally varying and locally sourced menu is British-French fusion, including dishes such as Ox Cheek Bourguignon. Wagyu steak features centrally on the menu whilst Phil is also working on a tasting board of the best Wagyu cuts in the UK which we can’t wait to try here at RB head quarters!
Calling itself a Boho Bistro, Kooks is situated in a prime spot in the North Laine. Keeping things simple with a touch of the inventive you won’t find tiny portions or any type of foams or glaze here, but just good honest food served in a down to earth setting. And not forgetting some great music to listen to as the owner, Tim Healey, is a talented musician and creates his own playlists for the restaurant.
Located in the trendy area of Jubilee Square, Chilli Pickle offers lunch with a bit of a kick. Indian cuisine served up in a setting which is unique and ‘little bit boutique’. Recipient of several awards, Chilli Pickle are dedicated to providing authentic Indian food, in a variety of innovative ways. Not got time to for a proper sit down lunch? Try their street food cart or take away from the Chilli Pickle Canteen.
Isaac At (Saturday only)
But isn’t it only open at night you ask? Why yes that has been the case but Isaac At now opens it’s doors for a Saturday lunch service with two sittings – 12.30 and 2.30pm. Serving a 3-course menu similar in style to their evening fare it’s a chance to sample some fantastic dishes for £35 per head. Book online here.
Situated just on Trafalgar Street in the North Laine is the relaxed, chic, Mange Tout Bistro. Driven by a desire to use local and fresh ingredients with real cooking and authentic taste, you can expect a varying menu replenished daily on their ceiling high black board, as well as a stable of brunch and small plates served until 3pm. If you haven’t got to rush back to the office this is a great spot for some people watching with their out door seating area and fine selection of low intervention organic wines.
Power yourself into the afternoon with a freshly made sandwich, sausage roll or something new the bakery has whipped up early that morning. With an ever changing menu and plenty of choice it’s a great spot to have a bite to eat, especially with plenty of space to sit and relax at the back of the shop. If the sun is shining make sure to grab a seat outside for a perfect people-watching hour or so.
Brighton’s first ‘Zero Waste restaurant’ is a unique experience providing an ethical, guilt-free lunch. The chef and visionary, Doug McMaster describes it as a ‘pre-industrial, primitive food system that generates zero waste’. Fittingly located in the North Laine, they have their own compost machine inside. Big on purity and ‘zero processed’, all the produce is locally and ethically sourced.
La Choza has been causing quite a stir! They invite potential diners to ‘drop in and enjoy affordable, healthy, tasty slow cooked Mexican street food.’ The menu is simple and uncomplicated as the fresh and vibrant ingredients speak for themselves. They also have a venue on Church Road in Hove.
Starting out in London in 2008, Brighton now boasts a popular Franco Manca. The emphasis is on good quality ingredients cooked in the traditional methods by chefs from Naples. Don’t expect fancy toppings and a huge menu – Franco Manca is keeping it simple and authentic. A perfect stop if you’re going for a quick lunch with it’s efficient service, good prices and being sourdough, it’s easy on your gut so you won’t feel sluggish after this pizza!
Lunch in Central Brighton
Polpo is near to the famous Brighton Dome and the Theatre Royal, it’s a Bacaro restaurant, modelled on the scruffy wine bars of Venice. Bacaro is a Venetian word to describe a humble restaurant serving simple food, and good, young northern Italian wines. Open all day, on the menu are cicheti (from £3), small plates (from £4) and desert (from £4). A great spot for lunch for it’s casual dining and great location!
One of the most talked about restaurants in Brighton, the Coal Shed is a different take on the ‘Fine Dining’ experience. Here they cook the very best steak and fish over a specially imported charcoal oven, to produce quality food with exceptional taste. Using ethically reared Highland Beef, locally caught fish and offering some very tasty vegetarian options.
Hand chipping the best potatoes available and double frying them to create the best chips you’ve ever eaten. These would be fantastic on their own but when combined with one of their sauces you have got a match made in heaven. Sauces include smoked chilli ketchups, copious mayonnaise variations, truffle infused greatness and magnificent mustards. A great stop for a bite to eat on your way to the beach!
Classic Italian restaurant and pizzeria. A large and spacious restaurant, it can cater for large parties as well as lone diners. Centrally positioned next door to the historic Pavilion, Al Duomo’s has a large seating capacity for outside in the warmer months creating a lively Mediterranean atmosphere. This stalwart is the place to go for a lively and Latin lunch!
The Caxton Arms is one of Brighton’s best kept secrets, tucked away in the heart of the city centre, just a short hop from Brighton station. It’s traditional pub inspired menu focuses on tasty authentic food, made by their passionate chefs. They use local butchers and fishmongers to ensure they have the freshest ingredients. There’s also a great selection of vegetarian and vegan dishes so everyone’s happy at the Caxton Arms, and don’t forget to check out their two-level beer garden and balcony, perfect for a sunny lunch!
Brighton’s oldest pub, it’s no wonder they host Brighton’s Ghost walk here. Having established in the 1500’s it certainly has a lot of history to learn and to wonder about. Over the years it has increased its reputation for a food pub, and now boasts a mouth-watering menu filled with quality, home cooked food made with fresh, seasonal ingredients. Great for a cosy, pub lunch.
Lunches in Kemptown
Social Board Brighton at the lower end of St Jame’s Street have taken combined years of expertise cheffing in top restaurants and translated it into a serving of sandwiches, salads and mains that will revolutionise lunchtimes. The menu comprises of five Signature Sandwiches which periodically change, each one is crafted with a commitment to quality and local produce, world fusion inspiration and laborious preparation. The whole menu is available to eat in in the small cafe with additional street side seating and back yard, or takeaway.
Serving from 7am-5pm, Redroaster is the place to go if you’re looking for a sophisticated lunch. With exciting dishes from michelin starred chef, Matt Gillan, you’ll find dishes like his epic Chicken Kiev with Black Garlic, Charred Gem & Onion Hash, alongside many brunch favourites with a twist. Redroaster’s a great spot for an alfresco lunch with it being South facing, or take a seat in their sleek, botanical style cafe.
Starfish and Coffee, BN2 0GA
Starfish & Coffee is located right next to the beautiful Queens Park in Brighton and specialise in brunch, pastries, homemade cakes and excellent tea & coffee. At Starfish & Coffee, they ensure all ingredients used are of the highest quality and at their peak of freshness. From pancakes with bacon & maple syrup, to a luxurious eggs Benedict or a big slice of fresh homemade cake.
A little French Bistro attached to the New Steine Hotel in the heart of Kemptown. This delightful place could pass as an art gallery as well as a restaurant. With interesting art all over the walls, eating here is more than a meal. The menu is French inspired and does not fail to impress. Cosy and intimate, it would be perfect for a romantic lunch date or an important business meeting.
Sometimes nothing but a nice big juicy steak will do. Well the Old Bank in Kemptown will certainly deliver. Locally owned and highly acclaimed, the Old Bank serves a great range of steak and ribs in a warm and friendly atmosphere. Using only British beef and hung for a minimum of 28 days, you will not be disappointed. They also do a range of ribs and chicken dishes.
Tucked away in the quiet back streets of Kemptown, Busby and Wilds is a family owned neighbourhood pub which serves great food in a friendly environment. They use fresh, locally sourced ingredients to create a range of delicious, satisfying dishes. Family and dog friendly, it’s a great place to go for lunch with your clan. There’s a lovely courtyard outside for the warmer months.
Lunch in the Seven Dials/ Brighton Station area
The Chimney House has everything a ‘proper pub’ should and more. The food is proper ‘pub grub’ but delivered in a polished way and created using the finest quality, local ingredients. They sell local jams and chutneys on the bar, and have a selection of interesting art on the walls. The menu changes seasonally and the kitchen is open plan so you can watch the chefs as they work.
If it’s a burger you want for lunch, then look no further as this is what award winning Cogging’s and Co do best. A fantastic selection of handmade Sussex burgers ranging from the classic to the adventurous. Great for large parties whether business or celebratory. They even do gluten free buns and offer a range of vegetarian options. Passionate about local, wholesome produce.
Inspired by the street food stalls in bustling train stations across India, the Curry Leaf kiosk offers a range of delicacies to the commuters and locals of Brighton after a quick bite to go. Spiced daals and soups of the day will keep you warm on your way to work and street food classics such as pakoras, samosas and bhajis are also served hot and crisp from the oven, along with grilled tandoor chicken, paneer and vegetable sandwiches.
Serving up lunch and dinner in the thriving heart of Seven Dials is the talented team of Space and Thyme at The Good Companions. The kitchen is open from noon until 9.30pm Monday to Saturday (changing to an evening menu at 5.00pm) and roasts on Sunday. This spacious pub, restaurant and garden offers a range from light bites and sandwiches to full classics with a 2 for 1 offer on burgers Monday to Wednesday lunchtime and a good selection of vegetarian, vegan, gluten free and options.
Lunch on London Road & North Brighton
Lost Boys Chicken, The Joker
Serving up NY style fried chicken in an option of four great sources, Lost Boys Chicken at The Joker is a great spot for a hearty lunch and maybe a good craft beer or cheeky cocktail. As well as wings there’s a selection of mightily stacked sandwiches and hearty sides including four, yes four, types of chips. Check the website for frequent weekday lunch deals.
Everything Plenty sources for their menu comes from local farms, producers and suppliers, as they believe in supporting and investing in their neighbours as much as possible. Freshly cut sandwiches, pastries and cakes will be made in their micro-bakery and there’s plenty of healthy lunch options from their seasonal menu, including salads and homemade veggie burgers.
Open every Saturday for lunch, the menu here changes monthly depending on what’s in season and available, sample dishes include; smoked haddock and cheddar croquettes and monkfish tempura with minted peas and sautéed potatoes. Tucked away just off London Road, Semolina is a real hidden gem – but certainly no secret as they recently came 12th in the Brighton Best Top 20 restaurants.
A friendly café on York Place, a stone’s throw from London Road. Great for breakfast, brunch and lunch, providing a huge range of dishes including a wide ‘free from’ range. Their coffee is amazing and to go with it they always have a tempting range of homemade cakes. If you just want a quick bite in your lunch hour, or a relaxed, leisurely lunch with friends Moksha is a great choice.
Carlito Burrito is as authentic as you can get. The food, the vibrant décor and the warm and lively atmosphere. Big on quality, authenticity and freshness, their tacos are homemade every day, the chilli’s imported from Mexico and quality Sussex produce. If you like the variety and the act of sharing, the tapas are the way to go. With a classic Margherita and Churros to finish, what more could you want.
Known for its burgers and cocktails. REAL meaty burgers with a choice of gourmet toppings. This concept could be a ‘game changer’ according to a few burger bloggers out there. The Dead Hippie comes recommended. Famous for meat and their powerfully blended cocktails. Lunch with a difference but perhaps not if you have to go back to the office?
Lunch in Brighton Marina
The Great British Charcuterie Co. is located at the scenic Brighton Marina and was founded in 2016 by father & son Simon and Phil Bartley. The shop showcases the finest British cheese, wine and charcuterie helping to raise awareness of what the country has to offer and its talented artisan producers. Not only is this the perfect place to do your food shopping, you can also enjoy a spot of lunch alfresco style.
The Cherry tree is an independent café situated in the inner harbour at Brighton Marina with a lovely warm atmosphere and lots of sun drenched outside seating. Serving traditional brunch/lunch options such as eggs benedict and a variety of sandwiches, The Cherry Tree also offers weekend specials which vary throughout the seasons – think mac n cheese in the winter and fresh salads in the warmer months…
Located at the Malmaison hotel at Brighton Marina, Chez Mal serves classics with flare and skill, mixing French style with generous British portion sizes and modern American and Asian influences. Serving up breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea in the chic modern brasserie.
Lunch in Hove
The beauty of MARKET’S menu is the wide choice of tapas and small plates ideally designed for sharing. Choose as you wish from the Butcher, Greengrocer, Fishmonger, Cheesemonger and Baker… Each header houses four dishes and there’s enough scope to enjoy a light lunch – just order as many plates as you see fit. Prices range from £3 to £9. They also offer a super selection of meats and cheeses from The Market Deli. The Chef’s Board offers a taster and at £20 is big enough for two or even three to share, you can’t go wrong!
One of our favourites is the Hove Place Bistro pub and Gardens. Recently the food has improved, it has had a bit of a face lift and their great big gardens are as great as ever. Good venue all year round, particular when it’s nice and warm for their garden. A Hove stalwart in an area which needed a decent pub and now they have one.
Café Malbec is an Argentinian deli based in Hove on the busy Church Road, it’s next door to it’s founders Latino America. Not only is Cafe Malbec great for a glass of South American wine but the Argentinian deli items are not to be missed, with the real-deal empanadas which come in delicious flavours such as chilli beef, chicken or cheese. They’re a perfect accompaniment with a coffee!
Offering great tasting Persian and Iranian food in a modern smart setting, this 50 seater restaurant on Church road is perfect for a kebab, served with saffron rice and salad making a well balanced meal that won’t leave you slumping. Ingredients are marinated in traditional spices such as cinnamon and saffron for warm aromatic flavours that are sealed in with quick cooking on the restaurant’s open chargrill, perfect for packing in flavour to a lunch hour.
If you’re looking for a relaxed, friendly and vibrant place to quaff some wine or treat yourself to some lovely grub for lunch then look no further! Head Chef Dan Cartoni has created a a menu based on using fresh, seasonal produce and sectioned into tapas plates & main plates with filled baguettes available at lunch time. Weekend Brunch served 10.30am – 1.00pm.
For French bistro dining you need look no further than Hove! Le Nantais Bistro serve up an affordable lunchtime menu which tastes as authentic as the bistro looks. Classics, such as minute steak with frites and bourguignon pie, make up this simple but well formed lunchtime menu, complimented by an excellent hand selected wine list much of which is available by glass or carafe. An express Lunch menu is also available 12-3 Monday to Saturday.
Latin America has a long standing sushi tradition which has sadly had little exposure in the UK. Here to remedy that are the team of Venezuelan and Colombian nationals that make up Tropical Sushi. Offering a wide range of traditional and fusion plates this is a great spot for a healthy and fresh taste adventure!
The Urchin craft beer and shellfish pub is a wholly unique concept. Entirely dedicated to shellfish, matched with a range of over 100 craft beers the Urchin is something Brighton has never seen before. Seats 30 covers in the restaurant, the menu predominantly features prawns, lobster, crab and scallops.
V & H on Holland Road is passionate about honest, home cooked food. Everything they serve is made from scratch from the rocket and basil pesto to the mayonnaise. They cater for carnivores and vegans, gluten free and gluten full. Big on quality, consistency and supporting their neighbours, V&H provide a loyal lunch.
Little, authentic Italian restaurant on Western Rd Hove. Rustic and uncomplicated, Morelli Zorelli’s provides a true Italian experience. The artisan pizzas are cooked in a wood fired oven in front of you. The dough balls are prepared and refreshed every day using authentic ingredients flown over from Italy. Cater for gluten free and vegan.
Neapolitan pizzeria Fatto a Mano, serve traditional wood-fired
Featuring in many ‘Top’ restaurant lists, the Gingerman in Norfolk Square is a wonderful dining experience. Priding themselves on creating ‘uncomplicated, full flavoured dishes made from the freshest and highest quality seasonal produce’, it is unsurprisingly a popular choice for many. It is intimate and cosy, whilst sophisticated and classy at the same time. A meal here feels very special indeed.
Lunch in Sussex
Not many restaurants in Brighton can boast the spectacular views and grounds that Proud Country House so elegantly sits amongst. Lunch is served daily from 12pm in the grand restaurant with tables clothed with linen or for a more laid back, relaxed lunch, guests can also sit in the beautiful garden or library and lounge area. Here is a sample lunch menu.
Lewes-based Italian restaurant Aqua, offers fresh Italian food at affordable prices, using only the best produce. The Lunch and Early Dinner menu offers great choices at fixed prices and changes every week. Valid on Monday to Saturday, 12pm until 7pm. 2 courses £10.95 (choose from starter and main, or main and dessert per person) 3 courses £12.95.
Wingrove House in the village of Alfriston on the outskirts of Brighton, boasts 19th-century colonial style, manicured gardens and seasonal menus. Open for lunch, dinner and Sunday lunch. There is a 2 course lunch available from Monday to Saturday for £18 and a 2 or 3 course Dinner available daily for £29/£35.
Limes offers a set-lunch menu during the day, from Tuesday to Saturday, exceptionally priced at just £13.95 for two courses or £15.95 for three. The menus at Limes always offer vegetarian and pescetarian options and they also cater to gluten-free and vegan diets. Some of their more popular dishes include the chicken liver parfait with boozy prunes & briôche, the griddled sea bass with chilli, and their deliciously creamy lemongrass crème brûlée with mixed berries.
The Wheatsheaf serves up modern gastro pub cooking with a European fusion and a dash of South American colour thrown in for good measure. Seasonal food is served in a venue well equipped for all seasons, with a beer garden, light, airy dining and cosy fire. Keep up to date with their special offers, such as lunchtime set menus, on their website
Located just north of Henfield, this traditional style pub welcomes the whole family (including the dog!). With plenty of space and a delicious menu specialising in freshly baked pizza we think this is a venue that will please the kids and adults alike! The Bull is popular for it’s freshly made to order pizzas that are stone baked in a traditional oven.