Alfresco restaurant, Brighton - dining delights
PUBLISHED: 14:22 21 May 2013 | UPDATED: 14:22 21 May 2013
Alfresco restaurant in Brighton encompasses relaxed luxury and stunning panoramic views whilst maintaining a sense of seclusion.
The Milkmaid Pavilion
Kings Road Arches,
Brighton BN1 2LN
Tel: 01273 206523
Monday to Sunday
Alfresco Restaurant Brighton encompasses relaxed luxury and stunning panoramic views whilst maintaining a sense of seclusion.
With its breathtaking location, inspired menu and the sights and sounds of the sea it’s designed to provide guests with that relaxed, far-away, holiday vibe and conjures up a nostalgic reminder of dining abroad.
The art deco building that was once public changing rooms has been transformed through extraordinary architecture and the building is now somewhat a coastal landmark.
Guests feel secluded and comfortable whilst being able to dine with the stunning views across the coast. On a sunny day the view stretches to the chalky white cliffs which border the far edge of the Sussex coast.
The menu offerings are a true testament to their experienced head chef who has opted for rustic Italian favourites and revived them with a modern twist. The deep fried salted cod balls, rolled in Italian breadcrumbs and dipped in a good helping of garlic and almond aioli, offers a welcome change from the tired calamari option.
The main courses are generous and use top quality ingredients to ensure you leave feeling fully satisﬁed. The whole dining experience is second to none combining gorgeous food with friendly and helpful staff with stunning views in a relaxed and comfortable environment.