The Coal Shed Restaurant Brighton
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The Brighton steak & fish restaurant called "super" by The Telegraph, "exceptional" by Source and home to the only Josper oven in Sussex.
The Coal Shed Brighton has positioned itself as one of the leading steak and seafood venues in the city and is situated in the heart of The Lanes. The concept is quite unique, take a real charcoal Josper oven, use the freshest and best quality ingredients you can find then cook the ingredients to…
As the name suggest they love cooking food on fire. It is a steak restaurant with attentive staff and nice wines to go with your steak. Every Sunday they have sharing Sunday roast served between 12 and 4 pm.
The best steak anywhere and a fabulous whiskey menu too! Expensive but worth it. Must book
“As an absolute foodie, this is one of my favorite Fish restaurants in Brighton. A good choice of fresh dishes on the menu coupled with some amazing cocktails from the bar means you can't really go wrong here. There is outside seating should you want to admire some of the many amazing sunsets with your Beau. I would highly recommend it.”
“Great place for big groups serving delicious contemporary Indian cuisine. It’s become an iconic city restaurant over the years. ”
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“Brighton: Innovative, eclectic small-plate dining in a sleek industrial-style space with an open kitchen. Like Etch – eager to be one of the best restaurants in the region. Get a seat at the kitchen bar and see your food being created”
“Similar to Riddle and Finns on the beach, but this restaurant is nestled in the heart of "The Laines". Very popular and dining is on tall stools and tables, it's cosy and not the biggest restaurant, however a great atmosphere. Again, seafood is the speciality.”
“Specialist coffee is king at this botanical café in Kemptown. As well as being one of Brighton’s coffee standard-bearers, the food is overseen by chef Matt Gillan, winner of the Great British Menu who held a Michelin star for five years. Unsurprisingly, their brunches are a thing of beauty, offering up roasted butternut squash, avocado mousse and poached egg on rye bread, or herb waffles with bacon jam, black pudding, fried eggs and apple. Come lunchtime, locals go to town on sharing plates of crab and green-chilli brioche buns, burrata, ceviche with grapefruit rub of beef with caramel onions. ”