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Recommendations for nice places to eat in Brighton please.

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MillieMummy Thu 21-Jul-11 19:02:25

Can anyone recommend some nice places to eat in Brighton please? DP and are are having some 'time off' and want to know where to go grin. We need:

A pub for lunch with an outdoor eating area.

Somewhere for a nice meal in the evening - not a 'chain' place, somewhere with some atmosphere. Not too worried about the type of food (except Indian), and happy to pay up to £80 for the two of us.

We will be on foot and staying in the centre of town.

MillieMummy Thu 21-Jul-11 20:26:31

Pleeeease grin.

JenniC Thu 21-Jul-11 21:18:01

For dinner, Casa don Carlos (tapas place in the Lanes), Terre a Terre (veggie place which we love and we're not veggies), Hotel du Vin (although check prices), Cote.

Not too sure on outside eating pubs, sorry.

MillieMummy Fri 22-Jul-11 08:26:15

Thanks - will look into all of those.

upthealdi Fri 22-Jul-11 09:25:15

Casalingo in Preston Street is the best Italian in town. You will probably need to book

Devonlover Fri 22-Jul-11 22:06:01

You could try the Chilli Pickle - yes, it's Indian food but it's 'modern' Indian, it's a nice place and the food is very highly rated. Plus the location is easy, right in the heart of town. I think there's a website if you google it.

Failing that, Riddle and Finns is a cosy, romantic fish restaurant in the heart of the Lanes, it gets v busy so you'll need to book. Likewise with the Gingerman, excellent food but gets booked up but v nice for a special occasion.

Pubs with gardens are thin on the ground in the centre but you could always try the Coachhouse whcih is just off the seafront on Middle Street, v near the Lanes, and has a lovely courtyard. It also does reasonable food.

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