• The Salt Room

The Salt Room

106 Kings Road



The Salt Room, which opened in February 2015 and is headed up by the award winning team from its sister restaurant The Coal Shedhas already been ranked 38th at the National Restaurant Awards. With a wealth of national coverage and glowing reviews, The Salt Room has very quickly gained prime position on the Brighton dining scene. Specialising in modern British seafood and grilled meat, their emphasis is on sustainability, championing local produce and a sharing plate ethos. 

Located on the seafront and close to the city centre, diners can enjoy uninterrupted sea views from inside the stylish restaurant or out on the spacious terrace. Menu prices range from £5 - £9 for a small plate and between £14 - £30 for a main dish.

Offering a range of innovative cocktails and an extensive wine-list, the A La Carte menu is broken down into different sections; ‘Raw’ for oysters, ‘Chilled’ for prawn and crab dishes and from the ‘Josper Charcoal Grill’ you will find; fish of the day, lobster and steak. Other fish options include Wild Seabass, Monkfish cheek and a ‘Surf Board’ - a selection of the day’s ‘hot fruits of the sea’. If you prefer a meat-based grilled dish then opt for duck breast, Black Angus Ribeye steak or the veal Osso Bucco.

There are set menu’s (Monday - Friday) including a ‘Lunch & Pre-Theatre’ - 2 courses for £15.00 and 3 for £17.50. Private dining for 12 is also available and you can add The Salt Room to the ever growing Brighton Sunday Roast to-try list.  

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