Tue, 25th Jun 2019
Brighton’s Best Restaurants 2016



Having become one of the United Kingdom’s top destinations for quality eating, it is about time that Brighton and Hove’s dynamic restaurant scene was celebrated on both a local and national scale. Voted for by over 100 experts in the industry – food writers, chefs, restaurateurs, critics and gourmands – the awards celebrate the top 20 restaurants in the city, as well as singling out a top chef, top welcome, and top barkeep. CODE was delighted to be a co-sponsor to this year’s award ceremony.


With a large handful of the city’s industry present, as well as smattering of press and restaurant cognoscenti, the awards kicked off at the newly opened BrewDog on the Grand Parade on Monday evening. From bottom to top, here we present the winners:


20. Isaac@

19. Fatto a Mano

18. Flank

17. 24 St Georges

16. Riddle & Finns

15. The Coal Shed*

14. Moshimo

13. Bincho Yakitori

12. Semolina

11. The Ginger Pig

10. Curry Leaf Café

9. The Little Fish Café

8. Terre a Terre

7. The Gingerman

6. Plateau


4. The Set*

3. The Salt Room*

2. The Chilli Pickle

1. 64 Degrees


Top Chef: Michael Bremner (64 Degrees)

Top Welcome: Rob Smith (The Little Fish Market)

Top Barkeep: Johan Claesson (Plateau)


Many congratulations to all those restaurants listed and in particular to the three individual winners.


*denotes a restaurant that has participating offers exclusively for the hospitality industry on the CODE app. Click here to download.

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