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There are burger joints, kiss me quick shops full of candy floss and sticks of rock.
Brighton is also home to some seriously tasty food, top chefs and Silo, the only restaurant in the world to compost its own waste on the premises (this happens within 24 hours of processing).
There are several great restaurants in Brighton and I have been working my way through some of them along with three friends to test each one out. These are our favourites so far.
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This award-winning vegetarian restaurant is the only restaurant in the city awarded five stars by the late food critic, AA Gill.
This was a man who loved his meat, so they must have produced some exceptional food to get that level of praise.
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This small restaurant tucked away in the lanes frequently tops the best food guides in Brighton and we are not surprised.
The intimate surroundings, friendly service and incredible food mean that you will leave simply blown away by the taste sensations and wanting to go back again as soon as possible.
The ever evolving menu offers tasty small dishes created by chef Michael Bremner in his open kitchen.
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This surely has to have the coolest interior of any restaurant in Brighton, neon lights, caged booths and graffiti art make it feel like you have entered a cross between an art gallery and a nightclub on arrival.
From dirty chicken cheeseburgers, fries (not chips), buffalo wings with a twist and jagermeister ripple ice cream, the food is all cooked fresh to order and does not fail to impress.
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Plateau is like an old friend, this is a restaurant that sells melt in your mouth steak and organic natural wines (supposed to reduce your hangover).
The menu is based around the idea of sharing (plateaux means sharing) and a typical platter will include various meats cooked to perfection.
The team are also passionate about music, creating monthly playlists mixing electronica, jazz, hip hop and dub, meaning you will enjoy that aspect as much as the food.
All food is made to order and served as it’s ready. Small sharing style dishes come out one by one, think Korean chicken, grilled chicken wings, charred sweet corn oozing in butter, edamame, seaweed, sake and kimchi.
The price is so reasonable, and the restaurant has a relaxed vibe, so relaxed you may walk past and miss this place. Don’t. Japanese has never tasted so good.
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The Set is inside the uber cool Artist Residence located in the historic Regency Square with sea-views over the iconic West Pier.
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With 22 rooms, a ping-pong table and cocktail shack, this is a venue you won’t want to leave. Casual, rustic decor makes a comfortable environment to enjoy one of three monthly set tasting menus with food sourced locally where possible.
Combinations of pork, peach and octopus or beetroot, lovage and quail egg with leave you making satisfied noises after each mouthful.
How about this for a weekend treat? A wonderfully large fresh monkfish is hiding under all of this mussels, claims and samphire ready to share. #freshfish #seafood #sharingiscaring #monkfish #mussels #clams #samphire #brighton #thesaltroombrighton
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Fish plays a big part in the menu at The Salt Room. Oysters, crab, scallops, lobster, clams, trout and mullet are just a few of the fish on offer here.
Ambitious cooking sees the chefs thinking outside of the box with their fish combinations and serving staff will fillet your fish directly on your plate. Considering this restaurant is attached to a large chain hotel it is so good that you may be tempted to stay there simply for the food.
Kate Peers is a freelance writer. Her blog is Mad About The Boys.
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Source : http://metro.co.uk/2017/08/18/7-of-the-best-restaurants-to-try-in-brighton-6849678/