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Alfresco Restaurant
Located just a short walk from the West Pier, Alfresco offers unrivalled views of the picturesque Brighton coastline. It’s popular with locals and visitors throughout the year, thanks to the cosy yet modern interior and a sunny terrace – perfect for pasta and Pimms with friends in the summer. This family-run restaurant prides itself on its excellent service and authentic Italian menu, which changes with the seasons and uses top quality organic produce. There are classic pastas, pizzas and risottos on offer, as well as more unusual dishes like giant tiger prawns in crisp batter, roast lamb with red wine and thyme sauce; and herb-stuffed sea bass. Alfresco also offers an extensive wine list and a selection of draught beers and cocktails.

Cuisine: Italian
Location: The Milkmaid Pavilion, Kings Road Arches, Brighton, BN1 2LN [Map]

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Bar Aguadulce
Located on the Kings Road in Brighton, Bar Aguadulce is a bright and buzzy spot popular with locals and daytrippers from the capital who all love the down-to-earth atmosphere and authentic Spanish menu. Serving everything from tapas to fresh fish and homemade puddings, Bar Aguadulce is a good spot for get-togethers and after-work drinks-and-dinner dates. Inside you'll find a simple dining room with polished wooden floors, cream walls and red and yellow accents, and the restaurant has a homely, chilled vibe. We love the presa Iberian pork pan-fried with garlic and bay leaves and served with potatoes; and the patatas mojopicon - deep-fried potatoes with a cumin, garlic and tomato salsa.

Cuisine: Spanish
Location: 10 - 11 Kings Road, Brighton, BN1 1NE [Map]

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Blenio Bistro
Blenio Bistro is the first Brighton-based venture from award-winning restaurateurs Peter Bruschi and Paula Black, and this all-day bistro brings a breath of fresh air to the city’s iconic Seven Dials neighbourhood. The all-white, light-filled restaurant is decorated with bright splashes of colour and artworks by local artists, and Blenio’s menu is filled with rustic European dishes with a French twist. Perfect for business breakfasts, lazy lunches, coffee-and-cake breaks and stylish evening meals, this hip eatery attracts a trendy local crowd and we love everything from the traditional Sunday roasts and signature moules mariniere to the selection of croissants, muffins and pastries for brunch.

Cuisine: Modern European
Location: 87 - 93 Dyke Road, Seven Dials, Brighton, BN1 3JE [Map]

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Breeze
A bright, chilled restaurant, Breeze is situated on North Laine’s busy Trafalgar Street. Relaxed and upbeat, Breeze’s atmosphere matches its name, with friendly service and an informal, vintage styled look combining exposed brick with reclaimed clocks and mirrors and modern café seating and comfy banquettes. Inspired by Modern European cuisine, Breeze serves brasserie style food, plus a good selection of heartier rustic dishes made with local produce, throughout the day – breakfast, lunch and dinner – as well as offering a well stocked bar for those lazy evenings enjoying cocktails and good food. A must after a hard day shopping local boutiques or lazing on the beach, Breeze is the perfect addition to Brighton’s dining scene.

Cuisine: Modern European
Location: 98 Trafalgar Street, Brighton, BN1 4ER [Map]

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Brighton Ballroom
After living to tell the tale about its former lives as a boxing club, a mausoleum and a gentlemen’s club, the iconic Brighton Ballroom is now enjoying a revival as one of England’s most glamorous seaside dining destinations. This retro supper club and restaurant - now owned by Alex Proud of Proud Camden fame - is home to cabaret, comedy and burlesque shows alongside a wide range of live music. With a built-in balcony, the Brighton Ballroom offers theatre-style dining, and the historic atmosphere is perfect for fun nights out. The three course supper menu is created and produced by the Brighton Ballroom’s Michelin-trained chef Finlay Logan, and food lovers will adore Logan’s modern take on British classics.

Cuisine: British
Location: 83 St George's Road, Brighton, BN2 1EF [Map]

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Caprichos Restaurant and Tapas Bar
Worthing's Caprichos Restaurant and Tapas Bar is one of the few in the UK to have been offering a genuine taste of Spain since well before the recent tapas boom. A firm family favourite, Caprichos offers the kind of warm atmosphere and relaxed but efficient service that only comes with years of practice, making for a superb dining experience every single time. The restaurant is situated mere moments from Brighton's seafront, in an airy room flooded with natural light and decorated in understated but cheerful style, in keeping with Caprichos' laid back feel, only added to on the restaurant's regular Flamenco evenings. The Caprichos menu runs the full tapas gambit, an almost endless array of small dishes prepared to traditional Spanish recipes available to choose from as well as authentic paellas and sizzling platters of meats and vegetables served with tortillas. The pick and mix style of eating informs the restaurant's lively, bustling style as guests jostle to try everything on their table, eating with fingers and forks and perhaps sipping on a glass of wine from the list of almost entirely Spanish labels.

Cuisine: Spanish
Location: 15-18 Meeting House Lane, Brighton, BN1 1HB [Map]

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Coach House Restaurant & Bar
Stylish and cosy with rustic décor and down-to-earth staff, the Coach House restaurant and bar in Brighton is a favourite with locals for everything from parties and Sunday roasts to wedding receptions and business meetings. The friendly and relaxed atmosphere here is second to none, and you will immediately feel at home here in the restaurant which is located on Middle Street. Ideal for al fresco dining, the terrace has plenty of plants and lamps, and the dining room is a wonderful escape on wintry nights. The modern Euro menu is impressive – we recommend the pigeon and lentil salad with parsnip crisps and a red wine jus; and the salmon fillet with tarragon sauce and sautéed new potaoes.

Cuisine: Modern European
Location: 59 Middle Street, Brighton, BN1 1AL [Map]

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El Mexicano
El Mexicano sits in the heart of Brighton's theatre district and prides itself on being the only authentic Mexican restaurant in the area. Buzzy atmosphere is fueled by vibrant Latin vibes, music, cocktails and food. Authentic Mexican cuisine and Spanish tapas is the order of the day, including enchiladas, mole, sea-food paellas and fajitas. After your meal, visit Valentino, the art deco style bar upstairs, which is licensed until 2am.

Cuisine: Mexican
Location: 7 New Road, Brighton, BN1 1UF [Map]

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English's of Brighton
Among the oldest and most well known restaurants in the UK, English’s of Brighton is found in the city’s famed and fabulous Lanes. Set within what was originally three fishermen’s cottages, and with wonderful pavement dining too, English’s is atmospheric and utterly traditional with a touch of grandiose Edwardian styling which undoubtedly appealed to such luminaries as Charlie Chaplin, Vivien Leigh and Joan Collins - just a few of English’s infamous fans. Owned by the same family since 1945, English’s maintains its commitment to serving the finest seafood in the area with a special emphasis on locally caught oysters. Head Chef Gavin Leigh prides himself on using ingredients sourced nearby wherever possible and insists on sustainable seafood from accredited suppliers.

Cuisine: Seafood
Location: 29-31 East Street, Brighton, BN1 1HL [Map]

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Food for Friends
Food for Friends restaurant in Brighton has been in the vanguard of vegetarian cuisine for more than twenty five years. Set in The Lanes, Brighton’s most happening district, Food for Friends has slowly spread over three shop fronts, developing a labyrinth of brightly lit, modern dining rooms kitted out with stylish minimalism, some overlooking the bustling lanes outside. Cuisine from around the globe is created using predominantly local, organic ingredients, some delivered by bike. Vegans and those with food allergies and intolerances are well cared for here. Wines are organic and mainly vegan, coffee is fairtrade, and an irresistible afternoon tea is served.

Cuisine: Vegetarian
Location: 17-18 Prince Albert Street, Brighton, BN1 1HF [Map]

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