15 July, 2014

REVIEW: 64 Degrees in Brighton

64 Degrees opened in Brighton in October 2013 and it's been on my wishlist to go to ever since. It's a small intimate restaurant with an open kitchen and the menu is simple and ever changing. We were lucky enough to get seats at the pass so as we ate we were watching all the food get cooked and prepped. It was so nice to be able to talk to the chefs about the food and what they were doing. It was a whole different kind of dining experience and nothing I've ever experienced in Brighton before.

I've always been a bit wary of communal dining but it was really fun. The interaction with those around you, the chefs and the waitresses made the environment way more buzzy than a regular restaurant trip.

The waitresses advised we'd need 6 dishes between us and it was the perfect amount. You order everything at the same time and each dish comes out separately when it's ready. It felt like we were enjoying a taster menu that we'd been able to choose ourselves.

It's definitely not a restaurant to go to if you are vegetarian or vegan as the menu is quite meat and dairy heavy. That being said, they do pride themselves on using local artisan suppliers which is great. I would definitely go back and word on the street is that they are even opening one in London soon.

64 Degrees
53 Meeting House Lane

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