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Tide Brighton

Tide Brighton opened in 2021, brought to us by the team behind Lost in the Lanes. Seafood with a Southern American street food flare for feasting fiestas.

 Tide Brighton – Southern American Seafood

Tide Brighton is brought to you by the team behind Lost in the Lanes. Tide launched its ship in early 2021, setting sail to homes throughout Brighton and Hove initially via UberEats and Click & Collect, then onto events such as Foodies Festival, Sealanes & Level:1 and evening pop-ups within the Lost in the Lanes restaurant.

Tide Brighton fulfils a unique spot in Brighton’s seafood repertoire, specialising in Southern American street food. Sourcing fresh ingredients locally, this is a much-needed modern take on seafood. The secret to Tide that will have you hooked from the first bite is their ‘under lock and key’ coating, which was specially developed by Head Chef, James Flavell, over four months.

Southern spiced popcorn fried mussels at Tide Brighton

A food Fiesta

The Tide menu is bursting with creativity and fun, proudly centring around fish and seafood fused with Southern American passion and joy. The menu includes items such as Southern Fried Bream, Old Bay Popcorn Mussels, Cajun Crispy Squid and mouth-watering Rum Caramel Lime & Chilli King Prawns. Add to this indulgent Crispy Potatoes and vibrant, zingy salads side for a finger-licking good feasting fiesta!

Tide Brighton is about good food enjoyed with good company. Tide also caters well for vegetarians and vegans, and the majority of their dishes are gluten-free, so everyone is welcome at the party.

A battered bite being dipped into a pot of sauce, two other with two other sauce pots and more bites laid out on a sheet of food wrapping paper

Tide Brighton at Lost in the Lanes

Initially operating as a superior takeaway, the sort that’s more like a restaurant experience in the convenience of your own home, Tide Brighton then went onto Summer events and food festivals, mixed in with pop-up evenings at Lost in the Lanes restaurant and coffee house on Nile Street. This venue has previously been used as a pop-up for Lost Nights Supper Clubs and was also home to Ian Swainson’s Amarillo resident pop-up.

Hands holding a Southern fried fish burger with lettuce and red cabbage slaw.

Pop-ups at Lost in the Lanes seamlessly transform the café into a restaurant setting that is at once intimate and social, relaxed yet the perfect backdrop for masterfully crafted cuisine.

Keep up-to-date on all of Tide Brighton’s latest news, offers and events via their social media pages and website. For private event enquiries or to be added to their newsletter email info@tidebrighton.com!

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