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Agua Dulce is now permanently closed

A taste of Spain without the plane!

Agua Dulce Brighton specialises in Spanish cuisine and tapas and is situated close to the seafront and Brighton’s Lanes. Expect to find fresh fish & seafood, Paellas and plenty of tapas dishes. Agua Dulce is split into the bar area, with seats at the counter, as well as the table area.

Agua Dulce in Brighton

Authentic Mediterranean – Agua Dulce Brighton

Serving the freshest of tapas dishes using local fish, meat vegetables. Agua Dulce restaurant specialise in vegetarian paellas as well as seafood paellas. The bar offers you original tapas which is always free with a glass of wine or a lager, plus you can even come here for a coffee with a selection of homemade desserts.

Agua Dulce in Brighton

Tapas in Brighton Laines

A great selection of Paellas and rice dishes, and an extensive range of tapas dishes, the most famous main plates one might have tasted while on holiday in the Iberian peninsula (i.e. Rabo de Toro) is just some of what they offer.
There is the chance to try the traditional Suckling Pig, Empanadas, Croquetas, Octopus dishes and Pig’s Trotters.

Dish at Agua Dulce

Drinks at Agua Dulce

There’s plenty of choice when it comes to drinks! Aqua Dulce has the only draught of Estrella Galicia in town, Gluten and Alcohol-free beers, award winning Spanish wines, a modest Gin boutique, a number of Spanish liqueurs, numerous Sherries and their own Sangria (a close attempt to the Solera system) with a very unique flavour profile.
Their drinks promotions and by the glass wine offerings aim at giving possibility to approach the Spanish gastronomic culture, not to mention the hand carved Serrano Reserva and Bellota Iberico hams.

Croquettes at Agua Dulce in Brighton

Embrace the spices at Agua Dulce Brighton

Chef says “I truly hope that, if visiting, one will understand and embrace the levels of different spices and seasoning I use in my cooking, knowing that I aim only at bringing to this welcoming town the true, fresh, original and traditional flavours of the land that gave me the precious chance to train and succeed as a chef.”

Main dish at Agua Dulce in Brighton


  1. Jeff Crossfield

    Tonight honestly the worst treatment I have ever had as a customer. We had a table booked for 8-45 as a group on customer. We were asked to come back at 9-30 as they weren’t ready. So we went for another drink. Then returned. Then we waited 20 mins in the restaurant. Even though they had offered us an extra jug of sangria for the wait. We had no drinks or even bread in that time. My friend. Who’s birthday we were celebrating. Went to complain. The server. Was totally ignorant. And started calling security. Don’t go to this restaurant. They don’t deserve the customers !!!

  2. ereynolds

    Amazing food with outstanding knowledge of allergens and a very wide range of gluten-free options (almost everything on the menu!)

  3. Angela Simmonds

    Authentic Spanish cuisine. Love sitting at the bar here, enjoying the variety of tapas dishes.

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