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64 Degrees

Brighton has been on a real foodie run lately with new restaurants popping up. 64 Degrees is the latest hotspot for all you culinary enthusiasts in town, and it’s not your average spot. It is one for those real food nerds to sink their teeth into with its exquisite food and plethora of wines available by the glass or bottle.

64 Degrees has a fresh and easy vibe that is worth checking out. They are located in the heart of town, so you don’t have to worry about driving too far or getting lost; they’re just right down the block from everywhere else! The menu changes every day depending on what’s available at markets.

The restaurant has a great atmosphere and is always buzzing. There are many fresh seafood dishes on the menu, so it’s no wonder that booking is a must here!

The small, intimate location of 64 Degrees is perfect for a date or catching up with an old friend. The central kitchen maximizes the space and allows you to watch the chefs whip together some delicious plates while sharing in conversation at this quaint eatery located in Brighton’s historic lanes.

The restaurant is just a short walk away from the station and pier, making it easy for you to enjoy your meal on such lovely days.

 

 

“Small” concept

The space and menu are sophisticated and intimate – a quiet respite from the bustling street. There are only 27 covers on offer with 12 items to choose from for every dish-bound diner. The delicacy of each course means that you’ll have plenty of time to chat in between courses if need be; it also helps explain why this is such an exclusive place where reservations are highly recommended.

The vibe at this restaurant is very casual and the food reflects that. You can eat here for lunch and have a drink or two with friends, order some small plates to share, watch as they are prepared from your seat in front of an open kitchen – you might even catch a celebrity coming through!

I love that about graze dining because then we get time for all our senses to be stimulated by each dish – taste buds delighting at every flavour burst- eyes feasting upon colours while nose takes in scents wafting through the air…

Each plate is carefully constructed and thoughtfully composed with an exotic ingredient to go alongside the normal ones. There’s a twist of something new, yet familiar in every bite that leaves you wanting more after each taste.

 

 

Wonderful dining atmosphere

The small space is filled with a loud, but perfect amount of noise from the plates, clanking together and the open kitchen. The lighting provides an intimate atmosphere to eat in.

The best seat is at the bar, where you’ll find yourself opposite the chefs with a front-row view of their culinary skills. If your partner’s anything like mine and has nothing interesting to say about anyone or everything under the sun, this provides an easier way for us both not to be bored out of our minds when we’re together!

Who wants to eat in silence? With this restaurant, you literally can’t. It’s up to you if this is an enjoyable, interactive experience or a distressing one.

A unique restaurant tucked away in the Brighton Lanes, serving tasting menus at an open kitchen.

The dishes are cleverly designed and stir up all your senses with their fragrant aromas that will tantalize any foodie’s taste buds!

 

 

64 Degrees menu

The dinner menu is simple, but this simplicity allows the chefs to flex their creative muscles. There are four fish dishes, four vegetarian dishes and 4 meat-based options that you can choose from for your main course. The description of each dish sounds so delicious!

Fish lovers will be happy to know that there are satisfying dishes on offer here; vegetarians too have more than enough choices (there should even be something for those who don’t eat any type of animal product); carnivores also won’t feel left out as they enjoy some succulent steak or freshly caught lobster tail grilled.

The veggie dishes are just as delicious and memorable. There aren’t many places that offer a good, inexpensive wine list. At 64 Degrees, prices are affordable and the drinks don’t make you feel silly at all! They have a vast selection of beers for those who prefer that as well as some bubbly cocktails if it so happens your boss has invited people from out-of-town or something like that.

64 degrees feels pretty nice here without having to worry about buying expensive bottles every time someone says “let’s go get dinner somewhere fancy.”

 

 

An excellent choice

One of its most appealing features is that it’s unpretentious and accessible to all. Even though there is a lineup of talented chefs, its rustic industrial décor, and its abundance of kitchen gadgets-it doesn’t have an elitist vibe at all. The chefs are serious and focused, but lighthearted when they’re not in “the zone.”

I saw people from different age groups around my table talk excitedly with one another over their dishes or cosy away at smaller tables for themselves and get into what they were eating too!

This restaurant is a must-try if you’re looking to experience some of the best cuisines in town. The atmosphere here is hip and cool, but not too flashy or loud that it’s unfriendly for those seeking peace and relaxation during their mealtime; just make sure your voice doesn’t carry as this place tends to get busy!

 

 

Restaurant Info

Innovative, eclectic small-plate dining in a sleek, industrial-style space with an open kitchen.

Website: https://64degrees.co.uk/

Menu: https://64degrees.co.uk/menu/

Cost: £££

Service options: Dine-in · No delivery

Address: 53 Meeting House Ln, Brighton BN1 1HB

GPS: 50.8217385667196, -0.14090311534399927

Phone: 01273 770115

Email: info@64degrees.co.uk

Social Media

https://www.facebook.com/chef64degrees/

https://twitter.com/chef64degrees?lang=en

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Opening Times

Wednesday Closed
Thursday 6–9:30pm
Friday 12–2:30pm, 6–9:30pm
Saturday 12–2:30pm, 6–9:30pm
Sunday 12–2:30pm, 6–9:30pm
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed

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