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Six Restaurant Hove

Six Restaurant Hove is located on Western Road, towards the border of Brighton and Hove, in the former site of the well known Hove Kitchen and The Good Food Club.

Influenced by the abundance of country fields in Europe, Six are committed to using only locally sourced, organic ingredients that are high in quality – their vegetables are from Kent and delivered every morning, seafood is all from ethical and sustainable suppliers, poultry and beef are from small holdings in Lancashire and Surrey and their lamb is from the nearby Welsh mountains.

Six Hove

Suited For All Occasions – Six Hove

Six Restaurant Hove has a number of different dining areas, from the relaxed and informal Brasserie, to the more intimate and ambient Dining Room, with luxurious detail to help dress up any occasion. Head through the the double doors and you’ll find their new dining concept run by 42 Juice – Bo Brighton which is a  cold pressed juice bar in the day and turns into a tapas bar at night.

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The Breakfast at Six Restaurant Hove

Breakfast is served from 9am – 1pm daily (until 2pm at weekends) and their bottomless prosecco brunch is extremely popular on a Saturday and Sunday!

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Expect treats such as avocado on sourdough with organic eggs and feta, waffles with banana and chocolate or a full English – organic of course!

 

Sunday Lunch

If you fancy a spot of Sunday Lunch, Six are serving every Sunday from 12pm, alongside their A La Carte menu. All their roasts are made using organic meats and vegetables.

 

Brasserie and Dining Room Menu

The Brasserie menu provides a range of sharing plates, salads, mains and starters, and even has a healthy food menu created and designed by 42 Juice. Great for a weekday meal with friends in a relaxed setting,. The Dining Room menu offers a more formal and fine dining selection, perfect for a more intimate evening or Business dinner to impress. Both are accompanied by a well picked wine list and a range of bottled craft beers.

Reviews

  1. malcolm

    Went for a Sunday roast. The roasts here are not piled on your plate like most Sunday roasts are presented, here the portions are on the minimal side compared to others. That’s not to say you are left feeling hungry as the food is enough, tastes great and you have room for desert. The coffee tastes good and they have a selection of fresh veggie and fruit shots if you want to feel super healthy.
    This place is perfect to meet up with friends and family on a Sunday afternoon have a coffee, followed by a great roast.

  2. Emma Clare

    Really enjoy having brunch here, it’s a simple but nicely executed menu with options to have fresh juices and smoothies from the Bo section. Worth going on a sunny day when the doors are folded open and you can sit outside.

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