The Coal Shed Brighton

Published On October 3, 2013 | By We Love Brighton | Food & Drink Features

8 Boyce’s St

Founded just four years ago, it’s safe to say that The Coal Shed Brighton has had a fairly meteoric rise to success.

Specialists in steak and fish with the only Josper oven in Sussex, The Coal Shed Brighton has quickly become one of the top restaurants in the city, and is fully booked almost every evening of the week.

Of course, it’s not just local people who have been singing its praises – the popular restaurant has had glowing reviews in the national press, with The Guardian and The Telegraph both naming The Coal Shed as one of their top picks for dining in Brighton.

Their method is simple: the highest quality ingredients, expertly cooked. As well as a seasonal à la carte menu, they also offer daily specials and a great value express lunch menu. Specialities include a range of 35 day, dry aged Scottish steaks from the North Highlands in Scotland, as well as a wide selection of fish dishes including cuttlefish, oysters, sea bass, bouillabaisse and lobster.

Owner Razak Helalat said:

“We always try to locally source as much of the menu as we can, so it’s a real celebration of both Sussex and British food. From seafood sashimi to Onglet steak, there’s a great range of dishes for every diner.”

The restaurant’s location has also proven popular – conveniently based in the city centre, The Coal Shed is just a short walk from most locations, including just five minutes from Brighton train station and one minute from the seafront.

Inside, diners can look forward to enjoying their meal in a stylish, relaxed interior. In addition to the spacious seating areas, The Coal Shed boasts a private dining room which can be booked out for meetings or events. Able to cater for up to 18 people, the room is also equipped with a personal waitress and private music system, and is available for both lunch and dinner sittings.

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