Cyan, which replaces GB1 at The Grand Brighton, say they aim to use the ‘best and freshest’ locally sourced and sustainable ingredients. Restaurant manager Pedro Watson said, “We are extremely excited to launch Cyan at The Grand Brighton and believe it will breathe a fresh lease of life into Brighton’s dining offering. We want people to feel comfortable and relaxed, whether they are grabbing brunch, wanting a place to work with a coffee, or a fun and vibrant atmosphere to share dinner and an organic glass of wine with friends. We’re also bringing theatre to the dinner table with interactive dining experiences, live cooking with our chefs and a flair to drinks with our specially designed micro-herb refrigerator ready for any finishing touches.” A restaurant spokesperson said, “The restaurant’s food and drink menu is inspired by culture, heritage and travel. Its chefs blend locally sourced produce with a handpicked selection of seasonal, unique and high quality ingredients from around the world to design new and unexpected combinations to create a medley of tastes, textures and flavours.”
The brand new Brighton seafront restaurant, Cyan, opened its doors to hundreds of guests for the first time yesterday (Thursday).