Brighton’s best restaurants revealed Brighton News

AFTER six weeks of public voting, a new restaurant has won the coveted title of Best Restaurant in Town.

The Bravos (Brighton Restaurant Awards Vote Online), the only fully publicly generated food and drink awards in the city, produces the top 20 restaurant lists in 16 categories, which are promoted for an entire year by the award organizers, Restaurants Brighton.

Burnt Orange, which opened in June last year, won the prestigious title after receiving local and national accolades over the past few months.

Independent vegan pub The Roundhill in Ditching Road has won two awards – a first for the awards – for plant champions and most sustainable.

The feat comes after the pub gained national and international acclaim for winning the Bravo award for best roast in 2020, and ahead of the opening of its new vegan gourmet restaurant, Kokadema in East Street.

Co-owner Max Aben said: “Brighton is often voted one of the best places in the world for vegan food and we are so proud to be at the forefront of that.

“Winning the sustainable category shows that following a plant-based diet is one of the best ways to help the environment.”

The title of best roast this year went to Haus on the Hill in Southover Street, which also took second place for best local.

The Bravos encourage friendly rivalry between local businesses in the race for crowns each year, with two rivals – Moksha Caffe in York Place and Starfish and Coffee in Egremont Place – continuing to fight for the best coffee and the best brunch.

This year, Moksha Caffe won the title of Best Cafe, with Best Brunch awarded to Starfish and Coffee.

Among other winners from Brighton and Hove, The Grand Brighton took the title of Best Afternoon Tea in Brighton, while Gungho in Preston Street won the Cocktails category and The Geese in Southover Street took the crown of the best place.

Jo and Co in Church Road in Hove were awarded the title of best team, with Bincho Yakitori winning in the international category, pizzeria Fatto a Manno being crowned best restaurant in the family friendly category.

Smorl’s in the Open Market took the crown in the eat well for less category, while Mexican restaurant Carlito Burrito took the title in the good to go category, with the title of best wine list awarded to Plateau at Bartholomews, while that Pitch won the crown in Sussex’s top category.

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This notice was published: 2022-04-05 15:00:00

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