Englishs of Brighton
29-31 East Street
- Traditional British
- Fully Licensed
- Local Produce
- Private dining rooms
Share this linkEnglish's of Brighton is one of the oldest and most well known restaurants in the country with a rich and fascinating history and is located at the entrance to the world famous 'Lanes' in the oldest part of Brighton.
The restaurant spans what were originally 3 fishermanâ€™s cottages which date back over 400 years. Seafood has been served on this site for over 150 years. English's has been owned by the Leigh-Jones family since 1945.
Guests have included Charlie Chaplin, Dame Judy Dench, Tony Blair, Charlton Heston, Lawrence Olivier and Vivien Leigh and more recently, Ewan McGregor, Jeremy Irons, Franz Ferdinand, Jack Dee, Paul Merton, Hayley Mills, Twiggy and Joan Collins
Famous oysters, locally caught seafood such as Lobster, Dover Sole, Plaice, Crab and Scallops feature on our A la Carte Menu along with our sumptuous Hot Seafood Platters which include a wide array of seafood and shellfish with hot garlic butter and beurre blanc which provides a feast for two. We also offer meat and vegetarian dishes.
Trish Goodwin has been Head Chef at English's since '95. Having trained at Galway College one of Irelands most famous training establishments, she graduated to Galway's famous Chestnut Restaurant where she became head chef, a testament to her talents as she was only in her early 20â€™s.
Trish's passion for food combines a respect for classic dishes which feature on our A La Carte Menu and for creating dishes for our Seven Stars Menu offering innovative dishes which change with the seasons.