Newspaper names three Brighton restaurants among the top 100 in Britain

A Taste of the Pier at The Salt Room
A Taste of the Pier at The Salt Room

Three Brighton restaurants have been included in The Sunday Times Top 100 Restaurants supplement, which is published on this coming Sunday (February 5).

There are three Brighton restaurants on the list – 64 Degrees, run by Michael Bremner, whose speciality is “house egg” cooked at exactly 64C, The Salt Room with a menu featuring fish fresh from Shoreham harbour and the popular inventive dessert A Taste of the Pier, and The Little Fish market, which offers dishes such as mackerel with gazpacho, cucumber and basil and has just 20 covers.

Laurel Ives, editor of The Sunday Times Top 100 Restaurants, said: “The Sunday Times Top 100 Restaurants judging panel is made up of some of the most experienced and knowledgeable people in the industry, from chefs and owners, to our own expert writers. They have picked out the very best establishments that the UK’s impressive culinary scene has to offer.”

The list, which features in monthly food magazine The Dish, is compiled by a judging panel which includes Jamie Oliver, Antonio Carluccio and Nick Jones, the founder of Soho House.

The Sunday Times Top 100 Restaurants does not rank the establishments in the list, but selects eight regional winners and an overall winner, which will all be revealed in the magazine on Sunday.