10 Brighton restaurants readers missed the most Brighton News

RESTAURANTS were sorely missed during the lockdown.

There are few places where this is truer than in Brighton and Hove, where every street seems to hide a unique new restaurant.

Whether it’s enjoying a warm first date or celebrating a birthday with a huge slapped meal, restaurants mean something slightly different to each person.

And everyone is counting the days until they can return to their favorite place.

Starting Monday, dining is officially back on the menu and to celebrate, we asked Argus readers which restaurant they couldn’t wait to return to.

Here is what you said:

1. The Chilli Pickle, Jubilee Street, Brighton

The Chilli Pickle in Jubilee Square, Brighton, opened in 2008 and serves street food inspired dishes, from samosa to biryani.

The restaurant is the brainchild of husband and wife Dawn and Alun Sperring.

Since its expansion into its current premises, it has grown steadily, its reputation growing both nationally and locally and has won numerous awards.

2. The Ginger Man, Norfolk Square, Brighton

Le Gingerman is the flagship restaurant of the Gingerman Group.

Since 1998, the restaurant has maintained its philosophy of creating simple and tasty dishes made from the freshest and highest quality seasonal produce.

Delicious dishes range from slow roasted pork belly, roast duck, and vegetarian options including Ricotta Gnudi.

3. Pinocchio, New Road, Brighton

An authentic Italian restaurant ideally located in the north of Laines serving comforting Italian cuisine.

Famous for its delicious, fresh food and friendly atmosphere, Pinocchio is still a favorite and claims to be Brighton’s oldest Italian.

4. Flint House, Hanningtons Lane, Brighton

A modern restaurant and bar by Ben and Pamela McKellar of the Gingerman Restaurant Group.

Set in the heart of the famous Brighton Lanes, The Flint House offers counter-level dining, small plates with fine wines by the glass, a glamorous first-floor cocktail bar and a rooftop terrace.

5. The Ginger Pig, Hove Street, Hove

The Ginger Pig in Hove has established itself as one of the city’s must-see bars and restaurants and has already been listed as one of the UK’s top ten pubs.

If you are looking for an upscale burger or a classic cocktail, The Ginger Pig is the place to go.

6. Taste of Sahara, Western Road, Brighton

The owner says they hope to give customers “a little taste of North Africa” ​​when they visit.

The restaurant’s dishes will introduce your sensory taste buds to slightly spicy and aromatic dishes, and will bring you back to memorable flavors reminiscent of the time when you could travel.

7. The Ivy, Ship Street, Brighton

The Ivy in The Lanes has made reservations for alfresco dining outside its colorful restaurant and is now preparing to greet customers through the doors.

The brewery has planned a 1960s-themed “Summer of Love” for its reopening, with live DJ performances and other entertainment starting in May.

8. Modelo Salon, Church Road, Hove

Modelo describes itself as an ‘informal neighborhood cafe / bar, focused on food’.

The relaxed setting is perfect for a long, lazy breakfast, brunch and lunch, or relaxed dinner and drinks.

9. Casa Don Carlos, Union Street, Brighton

The restaurant prides itself on being “the best Spanish cuisine in town”.

Casa Don Carlos is a quaint Spanish tapas restaurant nestled in the heart of the Laines

From its red and white checkered tablecloths, beamed wooden windows and walls adorned with painted plates and hanging baskets – the place makes you feel like you’ve been transported to the heart of Spain.

10. Indian Summer, East Street, Brighton

With gorgeous decor, mood lighting, and a delicious menu, it’s easy to see why customers can’t wait to come back.

Offering street food such as masala dosas and bhel puris Indian Summer offers a modern take on an Indian restaurant, all served in an elegant and refined style.

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This notice was published: 2021-05-15 05:00:00