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New luxury private dining experiences at The Grand Brighton

PUBLISHED: 14:54 09 September 2015 | UPDATED: 14:54 09 September 2015

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To celebrate the launch of two newly refurbished meeting spaces The Grand Brighton has introduced four and five course tasting menus devised by executive chef, Alan White to offer guests a high-end, exclusive dining experience.

Complementing GB1, the hotel’s 2 AA rosette seafood restaurant, the private dining menus will adopt the locally sourced and seasonal ethos, with 90% of the seafood being sourced from within an eight mile radius of the Brighton hotel.

Menus feature an array of dishes such as duck consommé followed by Sussex scallops with a pea purée and bacon or squid with a black risotto. For mains, guests can choose from wild seabass with crab ravioli, to a fillet of beef with lobster hollandaise. The desserts are meticulously executed; a palate of chocolate and the trio of lemon are amongst the sweet treats along with local cheeses Brighton Blue, Sussex Tremains cheddar and Sussex camembert with a selection of petit fours including raspberry macaroons and fruit pastilles.

The two refurbished rooms, designed by Hove-based boutique interiors company, Park Grove are part of the independent hotel’s five year renovation plan and sit alongside 13 recently restored meeting spaces that can accommodate up to 900 delegates.

The new rooms offer a wonderful ambience perfect for company dinners, client entertainment and special occasion dining. Guests can expect, luxurious decorative touches, quality British furnishings and bespoke features, such as the striking art mural of Brighton seafront.

To make a reservation call 01273 224300 or email conference@grandbrighton.co.uk

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