Tutto Brighton

Tutto Brighton – opening June 2022

Tutto Brighton is the newest restaurant to open in Brighton from local acclaimed restauranter Razak Helalat (Black Rock Restaurant Group). The new restaurant is set to open this June in a beautifully restored 1930s bank on Marlborough Place.

An architect's sketch of a restaurant exterior. A two story red-brick building with large panelled windows and ornate moulding. The middle two-thirds of the exterior has green and white awning with the work TUTTO in white on it and a red trip. The awming covers a closed off terrace dining area surrounded by planters with green folliage.

Tutto, which means ‘all’ in Italian, is inspired by traditional Italian dining culture with fresh, quality ingredients prepared simply.

Newest in the Black Rock Restaurant Group

Razak is well known in the city and nationally for his groundbreaking restaurants. The Coal Shed first introduced the Josper Grill to Brighton ten years ago and has remained a local favourite ever since. Seafront restaurant, The Salt Room, has earned national praise for its modern seafood offering. Most recent to join the family was Burnt Orange which opened in the summer of 2021 and went on to quickly gain local and national praise, a Michelin Bib Gourmand and top spot in the 2022 Brighton Restaurant Awards for best restaurant.

Inside Tutto Brighton

So what can we expect from Tutto? True to Razak’s signature style the 80 cover restaurant will emphasise a high-end dining experience with an informal and relaxed atmosphere. The decor will retain many of the building’s original features with an infusion of Italian style. There’ll also be an additional 34 seats on the street terrace opposite the newly regenerated Victoria Gardens for al fresco dining.

A man in a dark blazer and blue shirt stands next to a female chef in chef whites with short dark curly hair. They are in a building that is light with white morat and exposed brinks that is in the process of renovation. A large window is behind them filling the room with light.
Image credit: James French Photography

Introducing Head Chef, Mirella Pau

Their ethos is ‘bring everyone, eat everything’ which speaks of the heart of Italian dining. The all-day restaurant is headed by Sardian born Chef, Mirella Pau. Born to a family of Italian restauranteurs, Mirella trained at Milan’s renowned Accademia Gualtiero Marchesi. Her career led her from Italy to France, Spain and then London in 2013 gaining experience in some of the Capital’s most acclaimed Italian restaurants, moving on to become Head Chef at Café Murano, Covent Garden and Padella Shoreditch.

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