The best of Brighton’s... seafood  

 
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"This former boozer boasts some of the best seafood in the city. In fact, Jay Rayner raved about it on a past trip to Brighton."


To celebrate our new (ish) Brighton home in Platf9rm - a second office for William Murray PR and Marketing - our resident South Coaster Fiona takes a look at the some of the best foodie spots the city has to offer. This month... seafood.


The Salt Room

Don’t be put off by the fact The Salt Room is nestled under the Hilton Brighton Metropole hotel. This is soooo much more than a seaside hotel restaurant. The Salt Room specialises in cooking over coal, using plenty of Sussex produce and fish landed a stone’s throw down the road at Shoreham. Oh, and the cocktails ain’t half bad either. 


Wolfies

What’s the seaside without fish & chips?!? Wolfies is a cut above, offering skate, place, and a selection of pies as well as your traditional cod n’ chips. Can’t eat dairy? Gluten-free? No problem, the team at Wolfies will rustled up a dairy of gluten free fish supper that still delivers on taste. 


Top tip: Grab a cool bottle of local white from Country Wines next door to take to the beach and you’ll get money off when you show your Wolfies’ receipt. 


Riddle & Finns

Sitting pride of place on the seafront, Riddle & Finns offers top notch seafood with a cracking view. Tuck into oysters, whole crab, lobster, ceviche or mixed sashimi. Book the table in the window if you can. Or enjoy the late summer sun on the terrace. 


The Urchin

This former boozer boasts some of the best seafood in the city. In fact, Jay Rayner raved about it on a past trip to Brighton. Come for the fresh seafood, frequently changing specials board and relaxed atmosphere. There’s a long list of beers and their very own craft beer brewed on site. 

 

 
Rosie Carr