Pitching itself simply as ‘the British restaurant in the heart of Brighton’s lanes’, there probably isn’t much more you need to know about The Gallery Restaurant. It stands out only by virtue of the fact that it’s just so darn popular. Quite simply, The Gallery Restaurant lives up to its promise. The location is impeccable – on a stretch between the Royal Pavilion and that infamous pebbled beach and boasting a unique selling point in the shape of a rather fabulous terrace on which one enjoys excellent people watching opportunities with the added comfort of heating and, when needed cover too. Equally excellent is The Gallery Restaurant’s food. That British cuisine they promise is a balance between homey comfort eating and light, European sophistication, all very well priced and covering all tastes and requirements, including good veggie options. Thanks to its location on a square popular with musicians most summer time visits will be accompanied day and night by free live music.
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