Brighton’s array of restaurants are known to satisfy any appetite. For traditional British food right on the seashore, The Meadow and Barefoot Café and Bar are two great restaurants to keep you cool and your belly fully. Barefoot Café and Bar boasts an outdoor patio overlooking the ocean and Yellowave sand volleyball courts were you can enjoy some fun in the sun before your meal.
Head over to Terre a Terre for some veggie treats. Brighton is known for its great vegetarian restaurants and Terre a Terre is a 2009 Michelin Bib Gourmand award-winning restaurant that upholds Brighton’s vegetarian reputation.
After an afternoon of strolling through the Royal Pavilion, get your food fix at Al Duomo. Authentic, modern Italian food in the heart of Brighton, sit outside and indulge yourself in the marvelous Mediterranean menu that is Al Duomo.
Another great Italian eatery near Al Duomo is Pinocchio. Offering delicious and fresh pizza, Pinocchio has a traditional Italian outdoor café atmosphere right in the middle of Brighton.
17-18 Prince Albert St
Famous vegetarian restaurant that doesn't skimp on price nor quality... read more
22 Prince Albert Street
Although Pizza Express is a chain restaurant, this is a good chain restaurant and the Brighton branch has its own definite local vibe due to the multicolored pictures on the walls of Brighton's colorful characters... read more