Michael Bremner, chef-patron of Brighton’s “foodie mecca” 64 Degrees, has launched a new beach-front restaurant overlooking the old West Pier. The restaurant is named Murmur – from the word murmuration, which is the shape that the starlings make when they flock and fly between the city’s two piers. Serving ‘healthy and honest food’, the beach-front restaurant […]

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Artists Residence in Pimlico has announced that Cambridge Street Café will replace the hotel’s short-lived London outpost of Brighton’s lauded 64 Degrees. The new venture will open on 24 August, say hotel founders Charlie Newey and Justin Salisbury, adding that the restaurant’s previous incarnation didn’t work out for “various reasons”. Chef Radek Nitkowski, previously of Dean […]

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Eggs have always been an integral part of cooking, and later of fine dining – just look at the restaurants that adopt it as their signature dish: Eggs in a water bath at Fraîche; eggs cooked sous vide at 64º at (where else?) 64 Degrees, Brighton, even Jason Atherton’s Pollen Street Social was at one […]

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Recent news that 64 Degrees, Brighton, has plans to bring its particular brand of ‘social dining’ to the capital got us thinking more generally about what’s happening in London-on-Sea. So, this week, we shine a spotlight on Brighton……   NEWS 64 Degrees Possibly the most exciting restaurant ever to hit Brighton, according to Marina O’Laughlin, 64 Degrees […]

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