Browns Brighton is a unique and quirky restaurant, with delicious food that has been served to customers for over 40 years.
Browns is an iconic Brighton restaurant located in the heart of the Lanes area – right next to popular Heals and close to theatres.
The atmosphere at Browns is like no other. The food they serve up there make you drool with delight and the staff are so friendly, it feels more like a second home than just another place to eat out.
Brown’s restaurant is a place where you can indulge in exquisite food while enjoying the ambience and being waited on.
A perfect occasion might be celebrating your anniversary with an intimate dinner for two, or stopping by to enjoy their amazing brunch menu at noontime.
The atmosphere changes depending on what time of day it is – but there’s always something delicious waiting just around the corner!
Browns Restaurant has tantalizing dishes that are sure to please any palate type- whether one prefers meat, seafood, salads or pasta entrees they have options galore.
Brown’s restaurant in Brighton has a lot of delicious food options including their 2-course lunch for £11.95, Afternoon tea menu, kids menu, cocktail menu and the daily changing specials on offer!
A Night to Remember
I was pleasantly surprised when I returned to the Brasserie after a new menu had been launched. The restaurant seemed more crowded, and they were serving dishes that sounded good!
For my starter, I ordered a light main, not even considering the option of soup.
The courgette tagliatelle is refreshing and tangy with just enough spice to make you reach for your glass of water as fast as possible.
My dining partner’s beef brisket croquettes are rich in flavour and were an excellent accompaniment to this dish which was more than either one of us could finish!
There’s also a beautiful piccalilli that we both agree on being better than anything else found at other restaurants around town.
I’m anxiously awaiting our main courses, and my 7oz fillet of steak with lobster tail, peppercorn sauce, and fat-cut chips are just the way I like them.
A beautiful sample of medium-rare beef was served to me, cooked exactly to my specifications. It was mostly the chunkiness of the chip fries that I loved; they were crisp on one side and fluffy on the other!
Furthermore, the dish comes with a generous amount of cream pepper sauce which can also be used as a dipping sauce -YUM!
My partner ordered the braised blade of beef with mushroom gravy, forestiere sauce, and horseradish cream. Added to the order are chips with truffle oil and Parmesan cheese sauce.
As soon as we get my dishes in front of me he gives me a taste of that meat, so to make sure I do not miss anything I close my eyes and savour our meal!
This dish is soaked in plenty of rich gravy with slices of crispy bubbled potatoes sprinkled on top.
It is hearty, satisfying, and hearty winter-warming goodness, it leaves you feeling full for hours afterwards.
Offering a welcoming environment, this restaurant is perfect for the everyday person who wants to eat something they’re familiar with.
They cater well for large groups and even those who have dietary restrictions!
All-day British chain brasserie and bar with lobster nights and afternoon tea in a grand cafe setting.
Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway
Address: 3-4 Duke St, Brighton BN1 1AH
GPS: 50.823231206288256, -0.14223068465940977
Phone: 01273 323501