Celebrate in style with our top Valentine’s day restaurants in Brighton…
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, we’ve rounded up some of the best places to celebrate with your loved one. Here are our top Valentine’s day restaurants in Brighton.
The Salt Room
Seafood with Sea Views
Revel in the gorgeous surroundings that is our Seafront and the iconic West Pier ruins in this chic put-together eaterie – Salt Room Brighton. Locally sourced sustainable produce makes its way to your plate, with a delicious stop off on the coal fire, making it the ideal candidate for our top Valentine’s day restaurants in Brighton. Pared back in setting, the food is the star of the show. Expect buttery monkfish, scallops roasted in their shell and a sharing dessert dubbed ‘Taste of the Pier’.
Organic and Creative
For those of us who are planet conscious, SIX delivers with a focus on organic produce and various healthy options. A contemporary approach is met with fresh ingredients for a stimulating dining experience. The restaurant is split into parts and The Dining Room in particular is fantastic for couples. The eye catching greenery enhances the ceiling and fairy lights sparkle over the top. Plants drape over counters and are allowed to grow freely, giving the impression that SIX really values natural life in their restaurant. Matching comfortable chairs add style and class, while the luxurious atmosphere and romantic details win us over every time a perfect choice for Valentine’s day restaurants in Brighton.
Elegant and Modern European
The Gingerman produces uncomplicated and full flavoured dishes made from high quality seasonal produce. There is a sense of intimacy in the dining room with its neutral palette, cosy wood furnishings and an exposed brick wall. A few menus are on offer, but the Tasting Menu is where they shine. Each dish is rich and artfully presented with no fuss. Recommended with the wine pairing, it is sure to impress a loved one.
Relaxed Fine Dining
Masterchef winner Steven Edwards opened this monthly changing British tasting menu restaurant. Dishes are ingredient focused and take advantage of the great quality produce from the Sussex countryside. The small team have frequent sessions tasting the food, so they really speak from experience. Each element of the menu is carefully thought out, with the menu written in simple form, so the chef can interchange ingredients with flexibility to optimise produce.
Eclectic Small Plates
Intimate and innovative, award winning 64 Degrees is a real treat and the perfect choice for Valentine’s day restaurants in Brighton. The best seating is at the bar where you can see the magic happen in the open kitchen. Michael Bremner brings about the concept of social dining with this feature, where customers can interact with chefs freely. The tapas style menu is appreciated with fun dish names such as ‘Jacob’s Ladder Tacos’ and ‘Rum Bear Jelly’.
The Chilli Pickle
Spice up your date night at The Chilli Pickle. This may not be your typical idea of a ‘romantic restaurant’, but it is all that. Run by husband and wife, they take inspiration from their frequent travels to India and produce top quality authentic Indian dishes. Everything is flavourful and vibrant from the street snacks you can share tapas style, to the traditional curries and well appreciated sweetly spiced desserts. The decor is as bold as the food with bright and fun colours. We recommend finishing off your meal with a cup of ‘Hot Chai Chai’.
Which is your favourite in our list of Valentine’s day restaurants in Brighton? Let us know!