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The Salt Room Brighton

Award wining, fine dining restaurant with stunning views of Brighton seafront. Serving a menu of locally sourced seafood and grass-fed steaks. Dishes are paired with foraged ingredients and global flavours.

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…

Salt Room Brighton

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 Caterer magazine!

plate with oysters and lemons served with bread and white wine

Sunday Sharing Roasts

One of the restaurant’s secrets is the use of the innovative Josper oven, allowing the gentle charring of the most delicate ingredients – even your hand-dived scallops will be coal-roasted!

scallops dish

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.

woman eating her lunch served with white wine

Children’s Menu

The Salt Room offers fantastic options for children under 7, with an affordable two-course menu. It’s never too early to introduce children to quality food, and the children’s menu at The Salt Room delivers child-approved classics, with their trademark uncompromising approach to quality.

table laid our with few seafood dishes and fries in the middle

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.

hand holding lemon above plate with oyters

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 “Salt & Shell” concept – a group of organic wines produced on coastal vineyards, from Sicily to South Africa. Their ocean-proximity grants them vivid minerality that work perfectly when paired with the Salt Room-classics such as coal roasted monkfish tail or porterhouse steaks.


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.

Selection of Salt Room Cocktails

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.

afternoon tea


  1. Elle Bolland

    Fine dining without the pretence. I’ve only eaten here once (so far) but it did not disappoint. I’ve never heard a bad review either!

  2. malcolm

    We have been to Salt Room more than 5 times now since it opened. We have been as a family, just us two and taken friends there when visiting us. I would say the main reason we have gone back there so many times is that it manages to deliver on each occasion. The kids love the food especially the desert to share called the taste of pier. When it’s just the two of us we arrive early and it ourselves down at the bar where they serve the best cocktails and the staff at the bar are happy to have a chat with you.
    They change their menu a few times a year so each time we go we normally try something new and it is always great.

  3. Caroline

    I have been to The Salt Room a couple of times and it doesn’t disappoint! The sharing seabass dish is perfect for two and the dessert selection is the perfect sweet finish to a meal. I loved the quirky cocktails too!

  4. Emma Clare

    What sets the Salt Room apart (in my opinion) is the service. From the friendly bar staff (led by Matt) to the servers, I’ve always had a great experience here. They know the menu inside out and are always happy to offer advice on what to order without upselling at every opportunity. Love this place – and one day I’ll be able to try the terrace!

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