Seafood Restaurant in Brighton
Located opposite the West Pier, Salt Room Brighton is creating a huge buzz in Brighton as diners of all ages revel in the exceptional food. In arguably the areas most captivating setting and headed by the team behind Brighton’s award-winning The Coal Shed Restaurant, you’re in for a real treat at The Salt Room…
The Food at The Salt Room
The team at The Salt Room source the finest local produce from the land and sea to bring a fresh, exciting twist to British cooking. In fact, they have been awarded the Best Seafish Restaurant 2017 by the Caterer magazine!
Sunday Sharing Roasts
One of the restaurant’s secrets is the
Beyond the exquisitely executed lobsters, fresh fish and grass-fed steak, you can expect each course to have daring tweaks that embrace foraged ingredients and global flavours. A special mention should also go to the Sunday “Sharing” Roasts with all the trimmings that display the the kitchen’s true talent.
Great value set menus
The Salt Room offers an outstanding lunchtime and pre-theatre menu (Mon-Fri 12-4pm) and pre-theatre (Mon-Thur 6-7pm)
Offering 2 or 3 courses from the ever-changing menu delivers seasonal quality that belies its price – one visit provides impressive choices such as a starter option of Torched mackerel, tartar, pink apple, créme fraiche, followed by a main course of Truffle gnocchi, leeks, mushroom.
They also offer a fantastic options for children under 7, offering a free 2 course menu before 7pm Mon-Sun.
Located on Brighton’s seafront
The prized seafront location between The Hilton and The Grand hotels has superb views over the English Channel and the historic West Pier. The area is also experiencing lots of exciting redevelopment with the iconic i360 tower that’s recently been built. The venue is close enough to the town centre to make it only a five minute from The Lanes, but far enough removed to make it a destination in itself.
Drinks at The Salt Room
The Salt Room has created a drinking culture that not only challenges convention, but also redefines it. There’s a Mediterranean zest to their creations, adding medicinal qualities with the canny use of earthly fresh herbs (think sage, rosemary and thyme). Their profound knowledge of wines has developed the must-have “S
Talking of drinks…
The Salt Room are now running a monthly Cocktail Masterclass for those wishing to learn a few nifty tips and tricks. Learn what to serve guests at a dinner party, simple twists to inspire and delight and of course – the secret to the perfect espresso martini! Menus will change throughout the year so check out their website to keep up to date.
A spot of afternoon tea and cake at The Salt Room
New for February 2017, The Salt Room is launching Afternoon Tea – a chance to relax, enjoy a range of savoury and sweet treats along with a pot of Jing tea or Roasted Bean Company Coffee. A selection of Afternoon Tea treats include Crab scotch egg, Rockefeller oyster, Truffled grilled cheese, Salmon & squid ink bun, Aged beef tartare & egg yolk jam sandwich along with Plain scones, House made clotted cream & strawberry elderflower jam, Chocolate pebbles, Pistachio & raspberry battenburg, Rhubarb & custard macaroon, Orange & yuzu posset and of course The Salt Room’s famous Candy Floss.