2017 has firmly cemented Brighton & Hove as a food scene to rival London, with top Chefs such as Matt Gillan and Steven Edwards moving down to the coast to open their flagship restaurants and plenty of awards being handed out to gems such as The Little Fish Market and of course, 64 Degrees.

Photo taken at 64 Degrees

You only have to turn a corner to see new cafes springing up or a new pop up restaurant taking residence at community hubs such as Cafe Plenty or The Square - both near Preston Circus.

Eating out - for less

But all this eating out comes at a cost, and before Christmas is traditionally a time to keep a firm eye on the purse strings. That’s where local food website, Restaurants Brighton has come to the rescue!

Photo of a dish at Redroaster

They’ve teamed up with over 40 fantastic (and award-winning) food venues in the city and surrounding countryside to offer the public a very wallet-friendly 20% discount on their food bill when eating out in November. T&C’s vary so please check before booking, and make sure to use the magic code: RB20.

Something for everyone

Whether you fancy trying that new fine dining spot, cosying up by the fire in a pub or watching the seasonal bird murmurations on the seafront there’s sure to be something that suits.

Happy eating!

20% off 40 Restaurants in Brighton

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64 Degrees
64 degrees

Recently hailed by the Guardian as “Food-wise, the most exciting thing to hit Brighton for years, if not ever” 64degrees is the go to social dining hotspot



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