Hardens Guide to the Best Restaurants in Hove
Hardens guides have spent 30 years compiling reviews of the best Hove restaurants. On Hardens.com you'll find details and reviews of 17 restaurants in Hove and our unique survey based approach to rating and reviewing Hove restaurants gives you the best insight into the top restaurants in every area and of every type of cuisine.
Featured Hove Restaurants
1. Little Fish Market Fish & seafood restaurant in Brighton 10 Upper Market St - BN3
“Just off the front in a charming maze of streets in Hove”, Duncan Ray’s small 20-seater is “a cute spot with no fine dining trappings to make you feel awkward”. He is at the stoves alone, creating an ever-changing five-course menu of sustainable seafood: “just gorgeous fish cookery from raw to grilled – not hugely fancy, just brilliantly conceived and executed”.
2. The Ginger Pig British, Modern restaurant in Brighton 3 Hove St - BN3
This “Hove stalwart” (part of the local Gingerman group) scores well for its “great atmosphere, dependably good food and attentive staff” – locals reckon “the Pig can hold its own against some of Brighton’s more hyped recent openings”. The recent addition of boutique hotel-style bedrooms makes it useful for an overnight break.
3. La Choza Hove Mexican/TexMex restaurant in Hove Western Road - BN1
2019 Review: “Fun Mexican, a notch above nearby chains” – this two-storey Hove newcomer is larger than its six-year-old sibling on Gloucester Road in North Laine, and also takes bookings (at the original it’s just for larger parties). You can also just roll up for drinks here (there’s an extensive mescal list).
4. Urchin Fish & seafood restaurant in Brighton 15-17 Belfast St - BN3
“Fabulous, reasonably priced seafood” is the focus at this smart corner gastroboozer with stripped wooden floors. A “great range of beers” (some brewed on-site) complements “always innovative shellfish dishes and specials”.
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