Restaurants in Brighton
The young, old and ageless of Brighton have been contentedly eating at the spot now named Barry's at the Tureen since 1964. A small restaurant, it is something of a mini-institution among locals who love the fact that it still has the same Liberty print banquette seating it had 20 years ago. This is a restaurant that's comfortable in its own skin. Much like owner, chef and maitre'd, Barry, who on any given night knows 90 per cent of the diners. His reliable menu is predominantly English, especially the desserts (crumble, steamed pudding...) and he'll occasionally cook pasta and vegetarian dishes. Really, he aims to cater for everybody. For those who favour a quiet meal in a personable, intimate environment, Barry at the Tureen does very well.
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