The Little Fish Market
Duncan Ray, the chef and owner of The Little Fish Market in Hove began back in early 2013 with a small restaurant that could not fit more than 20 people.
Previously he had been working as head Chef at Pennyhill Park and then The Fat Duck until eventually deciding to open his place.
This cosy little fish market has an urban vibe that is accented by local artwork on its walls while also serving up some excellent dishes such as their Cod & Chips or Oysters!
I’ve been hearing about this place for a while now, and I had to jump on the opportunity when my friend cancelled her reservation. Honestly, it’s even better than what all of the fuss is about!
The food doesn’t disappoint either – everything we ordered tasted fresh and delish!
The little fish market is an incredible restaurant where they offer a different six-course meal that rotates every 4 to 6 weeks, depending on what’s in season for an optimal flavour adventure.
They give diners 5 delightful starters before each dish alongside extras such as Monkfish or Slip Sole.
When I think of seafood, the first thing that comes to mind is always great tasting dishes. It’s a no-brainer for me when it comes to restaurants and so far, this place has been pretty spectacular!
I could eat anything from this menu because it’s pleasing to the eye. It tastes even better if you know that there are no words on here that have been used over and over!
The restaurant transforms simple produce into a gourmet dish just for you- what more can I say?
The menu at this restaurant has dishes that you don’t even want to miss out on. There’s the celeriac and the mussel curry!
Desserts are the best part of any meal, and this restaurant has a variety to make your mouth water. Try Valhrona chocolate tart or mandarin with cacao nib for something sweet!
Fine Dining at its Best
When you walk into this small restaurant, the first thing that catches your eye is how bright and welcoming the space feels. The decor is simple but neutral so it will feel like home in no time at all!
What I love about this place though are those two large windows on either side of the venue – they frame everything perfectly while letting plenty of natural light come through which makes for a great eating atmosphere.
And my favourite part? They have some amazing sustainable fish dishes (of course) as well as good meat alternatives too if needed!
The food at this upscale restaurant is as expensive and high-quality, but it’s worth the price. The service was really good and the wine list is perfect for any fish.
Book a table in advance because they get booked up weeks before!
Creative fish/seafood dining in an unpretentious setting, with regional produce and local artworks.
Service options: Dine-in · No takeaway · No delivery
Address: 10 Upper Market St, Hove BN3 1AS