Harden's survey result
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“Keep it bold and simple!”; in a “modern” former fishmonger’s, ex-Fat Duck chef Duncan Ray turns out “fabulous” fish and seafood. Top tip – “go for the tasting menu, which is reasonably priced and very good”.
“Simplicity is the charm” of this “wonderfully intimate little restaurant” located in a former fishmonger's and serving the “highest quality” fish prepared by chef Duncan Ray, ex-of the Fat Duck, It’s a “must-try when in Brighton”, only don't forget to “book in advance” (and bring cash)!
A “great addition to the local food scene”; this tiny two-year-old, in a former fishmonger, is making waves with its “exquisite and refined food – mainly fish, of course” from Duncan Ray (ex-Fat Duck); cash only!
Little Fish Market Restaurant Diner Reviews
"One of a number of restaurants (Silo, 64 Degrees, The Salt Room etc.) that have brought new energy into the Brighton restaurant scene in recent years and finally provided competition for the Gingerman - still my first love. We had a great meal, with interesting wine choices. The fish was cooked exquisitely in each of the five courses, no mean feat. Charming service as always. Keep up the good work!"
"Accomplished fish cookery. Set menus only, which we like. There is always one dish out of the 5 that doesn't quite deliver but we love the ambition. Lovely front of house."
10 Upper Market St, Brighton, BN3 1AS
lunch noon - 2 pm, dinner 7 pm -10.30 pm
Last orders: 10 pm