There’s a new kid on the block in Brighton, and what an adorable little restaurant it is. Hidden away down Gloucester Street you’ll find Isaac At – well and truly tucked away but no matter because we found this charming eatery with its award-winning concept of fine dining! In their sixth year trading they treated us to nothing short of spectacular food from beginning to end, so don’t miss out if you’re keen for something undeniably special.
With a beautiful presentation of the menu, it looks as if they are wrapped up in twine and have an emphasis on sourcing quality ingredients locally. They also provide information about how far their food has travelled to arrive at your plate by listing down the miles for all of their ingredients on every dish! As we ate our meal that evening, each course was noticeably delicious because everything just tasted so fresh with these high-quality local ingredients served beautifully plated.
You could spend hours reading the menu, but we’ll spare you some time. The first page is a list of dishes with just their main ingredients; that way if you’re looking for something in particular like say chicken and rice then all you have to do is scroll down until it pops up.
Next, there’s an ingredient list which tells where every single thing on this menu came from–the freshest produce has been sourced locally while spicier things come over here from other countries!
Last comes drinks- even though everything at this restaurant will leave us feeling satisfied, sometimes people need more than water to wash away those heavy flavours they’ve had throughout the night so make sure not to miss out on what goes well with every food: wine!
The food at this restaurant is a work of art. Expect to see dishes that are vibrant, seasonal, creative and unique with the main focus on organic origins. Examples of what you may find on their menu include Baked Cauliflower (seasonal), Roast Chicken & Chestnut Mushroom (creative) or Scallops w/ Horseradish & Apple Sauce(unique). The result will be delicious!
Isaac At crew has been hard at work with their latest endeavour – The Sussex Flight Pairing Menu! With this new addition, there are wines for each course paired alongside one another on their tasting menus, which includes both alcoholic and non-alcoholic options. It’s not just about what goes in your mouth but also how it pairs flawlessly with every bite throughout the meal.
At Isaac At, chefs prepare all food in front of diners in their newly extended open kitchen. This creates a more lively and unique atmosphere without compromising on the quality or taste of your meal! All staff members are experienced from a young age which is why you’ll find they know what it takes for exceptional service.
Inside Isaac At
Isaac At is a restaurant worth coming back to again and again. It’s intimate, with tables laid out neatly in the space; there are cutlery stands on every table, which means you won’t need to ask for any more silverware throughout your stay.
The décor is homey and welcoming, making you feel like family the moment that you walk through. The televisions in the corners of your favourite diner always give it a certain charm – but these are even better because they show different angles from around the kitchen!
Visitors to the restaurant can be seated at a small table by the pass for up to two guests. This is an awesome way of watching chefs in action, and you’ll feel like you’re part of it all!
A delightful dining experience
The environment at Isaac At is perfect. The team works together cohesively and effortlessly all evening, seamlessly weaving around each other in the open kitchen with ease. It’s quite a show!
I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a restaurant with such an ardent dedication to using only the highest quality local ingredients. Their dishes are always fantastic, and they have so many offerings, it’s hard for me to decide which one is my favourite!
I am always excited whenever I dine here because there are new items on their menu that make you want to try everything all at once!
Although the menu changes weekly, it’s always worth checking out. They cater for all dietary requirements and provide vegetarian and vegan menus as well!
Among the coolest treasures of Brighton is Isaac At. Here, I’ve seen high standards, a variety of cuisines, and inventiveness in the kitchen, so it’s great that they’re receiving recognition for all their hard work!
The food is out of this world. From the appetizer to dessert, it was some of the best I have ever eaten and will be coming back for more very soon!
Calm Scandinavian-style dining room for a menu of local and seasonal British fine dining dishes.
Service options: Dine-in · No takeaway · No delivery
Address: 2 Gloucester St, Brighton BN1 4EW
GPS: 50.82704398640245, -0.136146
Phone: 07765 934740