As it was my partners birthday & we were visiting Brighton I wanted to book a restaurant that offered something a bit more up market & elegant than the places we usually go in Brighton. Having looked at the favourable reviews I decided to book a table for lunch. The restaturant is a little off the beaten track but is still easy enough to find. It wasn't very full when we were there but this did nothing to temper our enjoyment of the food that was presented to us over the next hour or so! We both skipped starters but were stlll presented with an amuse bouche of butternut squash soup with pistacio nuts which was lush & some bread. For mains my partner had roast suckling pig belly pork with mash & carmalised apple & I had grilled rye bay plaice with haricot bean cassoulet & prawn biscue which were both beatufully presented & tasted gorgeous - all washed down with a couple of glasses of Sauvignon wine. For desert we both went for a galangal creme brulee which was very light & delicious. The choices on the lunch time specials menu may be limited (2 per course) but don't let this put you off the this ever changing menu which at 2 courses for £15 each (3 courses £18 each) along with the quality of food served & the great service represents great value (you could have chosen off the full menu if desired) - this restaurant therefore comes highly recommended.
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