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Kooks Brighton

Kooks Brighton sits at the heart of North Laine, where most people come to be themselves. It offers a variety of food and drink in an eclectic atmosphere with upcycled furniture that is uniquely theirs.

Kooks is a place where you can enjoy your meal and drinks with some background music. They have to be selective with their playlist because they want it to match the vibe of Kooks, which is chill but still upbeat. You’ll never hear any boring monotonous background noise here!

Seasonal Dishes

Kooks offers an array of seasonal dishes made with fresh ingredients and delicious flavours. This is the type of restaurant where you want to start your day with a good breakfast, and Kook’s has some great options.
From eggs royales to smashed avocados on toast, these dishes will give you all sorts of different flavours that are perfect for starting every morning!

Kook’s is your go-to for a hearty dinner with options like juicy burgers, delicious fish and flavorful salads. Their kids’ menu has something to please every palate as well!

Enjoyable Dining Experience

The waiter served our appetizers and I couldn’t wait to dig in. My starter was a mouthwatering chicken parfait with crispy brioche, while my dining partner went for the lighter-sounding parma ham purse but ended up being pleasantly surprised by its taste; it had melon puree on top that just made him want more!

After a bit of deliberation, we decided on the sirloin steak with chimichurri, grilled baby leeks and sweet potato chips for our mains. We were very impressed by this dish; it was full of flavour, while not being too heavy or filling.
The sliced steak salad that followed also had us pleasantly surprised: the croutons gave off an amazing crunchy texture to complement the freshness from tomatoes and basil dressing.
Overall, it left us feeling satisfied without getting stuffed!

The dessert menu was worth every penny and the Toblerone cocktail played a key role in that decision. It had an amazing, but not too sweet taste to it which made for a perfect pairing with the soft gooey brownie and ice cream we also ordered.

Special Cocktails

The Kooks bar is a haven for cocktail enthusiasts. The menu of special cocktails features twists on classics such as the Moscow mule and espresso martini, but they’re more than happy to whip up something from scratch if you have any requests!

This is a great restaurant to visit if you’re in the area and want something different. They have excellent drinks here, especially cocktails! The staff was very friendly and attentive during our entire time there – they were quick when we needed anything done too.
This place won’t leave you hungry either; it’s reasonably priced for how much food they give out per dish!

The price of this establishment makes it one worth visiting while on vacation or passing through town because their affordable with prices that will make your wallet happy as well as delicious dishes created by chefs who are famous around these parts.
Their waitstaff is always helpful making sure everyone has what they need from start to finish without any delays whatsoever so people can enjoy themselves throughout each meal no matter how

 

Restaurant Info

Daytime venue for a range of imaginative seasonal dishes. Open until 10 pm Friday and Saturday.

website: http://www.kooksrestaurant.com/

Menu: http://www.kooksrestaurant.com/menu/

Cost: ££

Service options: Dine-in · Kerbside pickup · Delivery

Address: 56 Gardner St, Brighton BN1 1UN

GPS: 50.825049961251445, -0.1394402693188195

Phone: 01273 673045

Email: bookings@kooksrestaurant.com

 

Social Media

https://www.facebook.com/kooksrestaurant/

https://twitter.com/kooksbrighton/

https://www.instagram.com/kooksrestaurant/

Opening Times

 

Wednesday 10am–5pm
Thursday 10am–5pm
Friday 10am–10pm
Saturday 9am–10pm
Sunday 9am–5pm
Monday 10am–5pm
Tuesday 10am–5pm
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