Kujira is a gorgeous restaurant with artsy touches that offers guests modern efficiency and high-quality food without compromising its soulfulness.
The design of the place is sleek, spacious, and perfect for small parties or large groups alike.
The powerful black and gold decor is the first thing I notice when walking into this restaurant.
There’s plenty of space because of all that glass, which allows for natural light to flow in without emitting any overly formal atmosphere.
The kitchen has an open plan design where you can see how these folks make magic happen daily!
You would be hard-pressed to find a Japanese restaurant in Brighton that doesn’t serve sushi.
But if you’re looking for something new, try Kujira Brighton; it’s the latest robatayaki grill restaurant on the scene and offers an intense flavour profile unlike any other dish at your local izakaya!
The only thing better than biting into chunks of juicy meat cooked over charcoal is knowing they’ll taste even more amazing with some sesame sauce or wasabi mayo – don’t forget those essential sauces when ordering from this gem of a spot!
The menu at Kujira Brighton is divided into Kobachi, small bowls or starters, salads and robata.
The small plates provide an excellent opportunity for newcomers to this Japanese speciality to try several dishes tapas-style.
There are also many vegan-friendly options as well if you’re looking for a night out with friends who have dietary restrictions!
Kujira Brighton is the perfect place to go after work for a drink and some food. This izakaya bar offers Japanese-inspired cocktails created by their mixologist, with ingredients like plants, juices or syrups that they make themselves!
I love being able to have a night out on the town that is still affordable and delicious.
I get so tired of all these trendy restaurants with an inflated price tag just for one dish, but Kujira has changed my perspective!
They don’t serve any single dishes at astronomical prices- instead, you can enjoy their whole menu without breaking your bank account.
Plus they’re very accommodating when it comes to food allergies too which makes me feel much safer about dining there in case something happens again like last time…
It has good food, nostalgia and an efficient business model that will never go out of style which is the best thing about this restaurant!
The only problem I have with them is how easy they make all their hard work look-as if you could just come in there, eat some delicious sushi on rice or sashimi served atop cucumbers and seaweed then leave feeling completely satisfied without any effort whatsoever.
A modern Japanese izakaya, specialising in robata + cocktails!
Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · Delivery
Address: 48 Preston St, Brighton BN1 2HP
GPS: 50.82429236449535, -0.1508999306879986
Phone: 01273 777988