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Blanch House

Address: 17 Atlingworth Street
Price range: £26 to £40
Phone: 01273.603504
Site: www.blanchhouse.co.uk

Food for Friends

Our menu this season has many global influences which range from chrysanthemum hummus to warm haloumi fresh mango and avocado salad, and from tempura maki to poached Sussex pears. The emphasis is always on healthy, fresh and tasty eating using local produce and increasingly organic and fair-trade produce. The menu not only contains a majority of vegan and gluten-free dishes, but a wide range of low fat options for those of you looking for the really healthy options. We can assure you that all of the flavour, texture and presentation are still there.
Address: 17 - 18 Prince Albert Street
Price range: £25 and under
Phone: 01273202310
Site: www.foodforfriends.com
Cuisines: European, Vegetarian

Indian Summer

Price range: £26 to £40
Phone: 0127.371.1001
Site: www.indian-summer.org.uk
Cuisines: Indian, French

Momma Cherri's

We've gone back to basics - the food is better than ever and so are the vibes!
Come and support us, and keep this soulful institution alive in Brighton!
Address: 2-3 Little East Street
Price range: £26 to £40
Phone: 01273325305
Site: www.mommacherri.co.uk
Cuisines: Italian, The Americas


Address: 1 Buckingham Place
Price range: £26 to £40
Phone: 01273885555
Site: www.sevendialsrestaurant.co.uk
Cuisines: European, Mediterranean

The Arrogant Frog

Old-school French restaurant located on Church Road, the restaurant boasts a gorgeous, inviting dining room with wooden floors, 40s-style wallpaper and banquette seating - making it the perfect spot for intimate dinner parties and romantic evening meals.

The traditional menu includes some favorite such as Foie Gras, Escargot and Frog Legs... Fillet of Beef Rossini, Lobster on pre-order to your liking, the retro Crepes Suzette Flambee and Profiterolles au Chocolat.
Even vegetarian and vegan will find their happiness at our table...

We can be Arrogant but first of all we do like to please...
Address: 119 Church Road
Price range: £26 to £40
Phone: 01273721488
Site: www.thearrogantfrog.com
Cuisines: European, French

The Meadow Restaurant

Enjoy a meal in elegant surroundings with a convivial neighbourhood atmosphere or relax with a selection of specialist drinks and light snacks at the bar.

The Meadow is the first venture of Sussex born chef proprietor
Will Murgatroyd.

Seasonal ingredients are sourced directly from small farms and the best quality producers in the country.

British cuisine is at the forefront of the menu, influenced by classic French and Italian techniques, all dishes are produced on the premises.
Address: 64 Western road
Price range: £26 to £40
Phone: 01273721182
Site: www.themeadowrestaurant.co.uk
Cuisines: European, French

El Mexicano
El Mexicano sits in the heart of Brighton's theatre district and prides itself on being the only authentic Mexican restaurant in the area. Buzzy atmosphere is fueled by vibrant Latin vibes, music, cocktails and food. Authentic Mexican cuisine and Spanish tapas is the order of the day, including Enchiladas, mole, sea-food paellas and fajitas. After your meal, visit Valentino, the art deco style bar upstairs, which is licensed until 2am.
Address: 7 New Road
Price range: £24 / €35 and und
Cuisines: Mexican

The King's Restaurant
The beautiful people of Brighton know to head to The King's Restaurant when they're in need of a bit of luxury. Located within one of the area's best five star hotels, this Victorian wonder offers a modern European menu, crafted on the premises. Start with a classic Caesar salad with 'Lord of the Hundreds Sussex cheese and crispy bacon or a silky duck liver pate with vanilla plum chutney and homemade brioche. Traditional mains such as rib of beef and grilled lemon sole are also crowd pleasers. Be sure to save room for pudding, particularly the baked cheesecake with rhubarb. Live jazz on Saturdays.
Address: The De Vere Grand, Kings Road
Price range: £25 - £34

Terre a Terre
Chic and trendy vegetarian restaurant near Brighton Pavillion and the lanes, popular with the business clients and ladies who lunch. The menu is exciting and innovative a million miles away from 70's 'rabbit food'. The owners are currently preparing their own cookery book with the restaurants most popular recipes. There a is good selection of organic wines, beers and ciders. Whats Cooking: Delicious nibbles such as herb infused feta; soy steeped deep fried hoi sin sesame toasted tofu or sherry and balsamic vinegar coated sun-dried tomatoes, sodden socca - saffron, thyme and orange zest, drenched deep fried chick pea and sesame socca served with charred and marinated artichoke, aubergine, capsicum, courgette and onion with muhammara puree; Zhuganoush - chargrilled aubergine sole with griddled minted halloumi and roast red pepper with lemon doused leaves and a warm poached egg dashed with Zhuganoush and balsamic and roast red pepper dressing with deep fried lavash tandoor bread crisps.

Terre a Terre was voted one of the Best Restaurants in the Southeast in the Observer Food Monthly's 2006 Food Awards.
Address: 71 East Street
Price range: £25 - £34
Cuisines: British

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