Last rated: 10/03/2011
A traditional seafood restaurant owned by the same family since 1945 and on a site where fish and shellfish have been sold for 150 years. A marble-topped Oyster Bar can be found on the ground floor and the main Red Room restaurant – complete with Edwardian-style red velvet upholstery – is situated on the first floor. Diners can also sit on the heated outdoor terrace.
English’s is proud that all its soups and sauces are made on site and most of its seafood is sourced locally. Celebrity diners have ranged from Lord and Lady Olivier, who used to live in Brighton to Charlie Chaplin and more recently Richard E Grant.
This is a specialist seafood restaurant offering a range of fish and shellfish though it also offers meat and vegetarian dishes. Six native oysters cost £15.90p and a seven-course tasting menu £40. A two course Sunday lunch can be had for £14.95p and three courses for £19.95p.
Four stars on Google.