About The Ivy In The Lanes
Brighton’s Ivy Brasserie is located within a Grade II listed building, which used to be a post office. It's the Ivy’s first coastal site and is well-situated in The Lanes, where you will find some of the best boutiques and shops. The seaside town is also home to the Royal Pavilion, The Brighton Dome, and the Theatre Royal – are all in close proximity to the restaurant, so punters can have a day full of activity and treat themselves to a decadent meal. Plus, you can have a lovely post-dinner jaunt along the promenade while taking in the pretty views of the beach.
The Ivy in the Lanes is dressed in typical resplendent Ivy fashion, with stylish fittings and a happy colour palette, with an undertone of sophistication. The restaurant is great for a multitude of dining occasions for happy DJ spinning brunches, to classy afternoon teas, and lovely lunches and dinner in true Ivy style. The brasserie is an institution, and this seaside town edition ticks all the boxes. Whether you’re booking the Ivy for a special occasion or a breakfast meeting with colleagues, do it in style. There’s also a stunning private room for hire too, The Tidal Room can accommodate 20 seated guests or 40 standing.
The menu at restaurant is brimming with eclectic flavours and stunning ingredients from the Indian-inspired coconut stew, which is suitable for vegetarians, to the signature shepherd’s pie made with slow-roasted lamb leg, and a moreish cheesy potato mash. The restaurant also does a smashing steak and chips, or you can opt to try the fish of the day, which is a must, given the nautical location of the restaurant. For afters, sip on a cocktail, the list is extensive, but highlights include the Ivy Royale – a signature concoction of Kir Royale, Beefeater gin infused with hibiscus and rosewater, sloe juice, and Cocchi Rosa vermouth.