Burgers, Etc Restaurants in Brighton
1. The Coal Shed Steaks & grills restaurant in Brighton 8 Boyces St - BN1
“Always a pleasure, always full” – the grilled meat at Razak Helalat’s Brighton original has won a loyal following, and spawned a London branch near Tower Bridge. According to fans, “it remains the best place to get an expensive steak in Brighton”.
2. Patty and Bun Burgers, etc restaurant in Brighton 56 Ship Street - BN1
The “succulent, juicy burgers” at Joe Grossman’s indie burger chain are “a sloppy-ish mess… and all the better for it” – “and the food can be washed down with a decent glass of wine or a good margarita”. Having started out with pub-based pop-ups, Grossman opened his first branch in James Street, Fitzrovia, 10 years ago, and now has a further eight in London and one in Brighton.
3. Burger Brothers Burgers, etc restaurant in Brighton 97 North Rd - BN1
Five burgers, French fries – that’s the extent of the menu at this “Brighton institution” with just a handful of seats. “They have a single-minded focus on making the best burgers you will ever eat” – and many fans would agree that they meet this target. It’s “the food I missed most in lockdown – so relieved to see them reopen”.
4. MEATLiquor Burgers, etc restaurant in Brighton 22-23 York Place - BN1
“Glorious burgers and great music in grungy surroundings” – this punk-inspired dirty burger operation “has many imitators now – but it’s still the best” for its diehard devotees. A decade after making the transition from a food van to a permanent site, the chain now has nine venues in the capital. If the excitement of its early years has dimmed a little, its food ratings continue to shine: “Dead Hippie burger, deep-fried mac’n’cheese, salted caramel brownie – is that not a perfect (heart-stopping) indulgent meal?”
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