Food and drink
After a cocktail in the ground floor bar, you may find yourself dithering over the oysters or the steak tartare, the soufflé or the partridge with Madeira sauce. It’s all delicious, modestly proportioned and beautifully presented. The tasty little amuse-bouches which appear between courses add to the special-occasion feel.
[node:171131] is a modern hotel in a beautifully restored, bow-fronted period building. Despite being on the seafront, the dining room has no view, as it’s on the lower ground floor, but it’s cosy after dark, with a wine cellar feel.
It's formal but not over the top.
It's on the [node:173585] seafront, around 400 metres from [node:173582].
This is one of the priciest places to eat in Brighton: set menus range from £29 for two courses to £50 for a tasting menu of five courses, or £85 including wine.
- Business travellers
- Mature travellers
- Celebrity spotting
- Special occasions