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April’s Top 3 Pop Up Restaurants In Brighton

Published On April 2, 2015 | By Tabl .com | Best of Brighton, Food & Drink Features

April has arrived and with it comes an exciting Easter weekend with a plethora of skilled chefs showcasing their talents at a variety of pop-up events in and around Brighton. In addition to this busy weekend, we have a whole host of events going on throughout the month. From both upcoming chefs just making their way into the pop-up scene, as well as our old favourites continuing to delight. Here are some of the highlights from some of the pop up restaurants Brighton has to offer this April.

pop up restaurants brightonIsaac@

New kid on the Block Isaac Copeland is impressing with a series of events in a North Laine premises delivering some gorgeous multi-course menus which are definitely worth a look if you can get a place.

Isaac started cooking professionally in luxury hotels & restaurants in Sussex at just 16 years old. Cutting his teeth in London working in a series of Michelin-star and fine-dining restaurants, he moved back to Brighton to work at The Grand Hotel and is now setting up his own Business.

These food events at ‘Isaac At’ are designed – in true pop-up style – to offer so much more than a standard restaurant experience. The team deliver a memorable event that centres around a beautiful newly-built bespoke open kitchen where you can witness the theatre as it unfolds, interacting with the chefs.

Working very closely with top-quality local producers Isaac takes the sourcing very seriously and is keen to make careful use of the best, seasonal produce in his menu designs.

Check out the pictures and follow the link below to see what night’s he has available to get an early taste of what this talented young chef has to offer.

Location: North Laine, Brighton
Date and Time: Friday 3rd April 2015 & Saturday 4th April (With more dates to be announced)
Price Range: £39

More information HERE

pop up restaurants brightonPalate by Andy Freedman

There’s been some top-quality events popping-up in a few great places recently and one that’s caught our eye is the recently refurbished Café Rust up on Preston Road.

We’ve spotted a few really great chefs putting on events in there and one evening that’s caught our eye is Palate buy Andy Freedman. He’s had a few great-looking events and this April is back there with a 5-course modern fusion menu. We notice that most of the carefully crafted courses include a bit of a boozy twist – king scallops with a whiskey jus; a chorizo and champagne broth accompanying steamed clams; west county cider-infused potato fondant with the belly pork main – rum lychees…! This is definitely a menu we can get excited by!

Location: Cafe Rust, Brighton
Date and Time: Saturday 25th April 7:45pm
Price Range: £30

More information HERE

pop up restaurants brightonThe Long Tabl Good Friday

If you are looking for something to do this Easter weekend and love the Brighton creative food scene (which we’re guessing you do if you are reading this) it’ll be well worth grabbing a ticket to The Long Tabl Good Friday Feast in St Anne’s Well’s Gardens.

There’ll be Easter treats galore, plenty of eggies – chocolate and otherwise. Kir Royale with Creme de Violette, Prosecco and lemon zest to get you in the mood. A salad garden on the table to greet you with quails eggs, beetroot salt & radish mayonnaise.

More gorgeous spring-themed courses like warm local lamb salad and charred salmon with miso caramel & pickles cauliflower will help get the 4-day weekend off to a cracking start. Plus there’ll be a charity raffle and plenty more to entertain and excite. See you there!

Location: The Garden Cafe, St Ann’s Well Gardens
Date and Time: Friday 3rd April 7:30pm
Price Range: £35

More information HERE

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