We all know eating out can be expensive but being able to bring your own booze can take definitely take the pressure off of your wallet! With everything from Lebanese to Italian, take your pick from our guide to Brighton’s BYO restaurants.
Cuisine: A Lebanese, North African and Middle Eastern
A Taste of Sahara gives seaside dwellers a taste of the exotic at a very reasonable price. With its delicate Arabian food and beautiful décor, typical of Mediterranean story books and holiday brochures, Sahara Restaurant has a look which reflects the diversity of its immensely flavorful menu. From Halal Kebabs to Tagines and Couscous, Sheesha Patio and Mint Tea; expect Middle Eastern and Iranian favorites along with some lesser known dishes that will tempt the more adventurous diners.
Location: 103 Western Rd Brighton and Hove, Brighton, BN1 2AA
Contact: 01273 911843 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Cuisine: North African
MASCARA is an authentic North African Restaurant, with Moroccan décor, serving scrumptious dishes. Their chefs combine the finest fresh ingredients using traditional methods, blending together rich flavours and spices to create the fine taste of North African Cuisine. Their very own traditional belly-dancers appear every Friday and Saturday night so expect to be dancing by the end of your evening!
Krua Anne is a family-friendly restaurant serving authentic Thai cuisine in the bustling North Laine. Expect everyday Thai food with a modern spin, combining the flavours of central and north Eastern cuisine. They cater for a large variety of tastes, from the very mild to the very spicy, and with all the food cooked-to-order you are free to customise. Krua Anne’s chefs only use fresh ingredients from local suppliers and use authentic Thai brands for their sauces. For any true Thai food aficionado, Krua Anne, is an absolute must.
Corkage: £1 per person
Location: 19 Kensington Gardens, Brighton, BN1 4AL
Contact: 01273 628555 / email@example.com
Located near Brighton Dome, Pompoko is a cross between a restaurant, cafe and a takeaway and has for many years been one of Brighton’s favourite Japanese restaurants with a fantastic choice of dishes and a bustling atmosphere. To put it simply, the Pompoko experience is delicious food, great value and polite, speedy service. The restaurant always hosts a varied crowd and is great for couples and groups of friends or work colleagues.
Corkage: £1 per person
Location: 110 Church Street, Brighton, BN1 1UD
Contact: 07796 001927
They have a simple plan…to produce the best steak and fish restaurant on the South Coast. They believe the simple way is the best way – cooking good quality, local, sustainable ingredients over real charcoal. They offer a variety of cuts and weights of meat and fish alongside various side orders to cater for each individual, or to share as you please. Bring your own is just on Monday night.
Location: 8 Boyce’s Street, Brighton, BN1 1AN
Contact: 01273 322998 / firstname.lastname@example.org
You’ll find this cosy little Italian in the heart of the North Laine serving up traditional, simple and delicious Italian dishes at very reasonable prices in a rustic setting. Expect a range of meat and fish dishes as well as all of your favourite pastas and pizzas served up with a smile by the incredibly friendly owner. In Summer be sure to grab a seat outside and do some serious people watching!
Location: 12 Sydney Street, Brighton, BN1 4AN
Contact: 01273 671266
Kambis is a small independent Lebanese Restaurant, based in the bustling heart of Brighton, along Western Road. Expect some of the most delicious Lebanese cuisine that you have ever eaten as each chef is trained personally by the owner, to ensure every single dish comes out the way he intended. The Mezze and Shawarma dishes are said to be the best in Brighton and they also have an extensive Vegetarian and Vegan menu.
Location: 107 Western Road, Brighton, BN1 2AA
Contact: 01273 327 934 / email@example.com