“The perfect place to take an old flame”
– Matthew Norman, The Guardian
“Food for thought as well as gustatory excitement”
– The Good Food Guide
“Graze is exceptional, a really lovely and luxurious treat that is not to be missed”
– Andrew Kay, The Latest
“All the good things about a starred restaurant, but without the stuffiness and the price”
– Damian Cotton, SO
“The welcome was warm and the staff delightful. A good start, and then the food began to arrive and it all got even better”
– Peter James, Absolute
“Rhubarb custard tart with raspberry sorbet was a delicious finale"
– Fay Maschler, Evening Standard
“It is hard to write about Graze without getting a little over-excited, .."
– BN1 Magazine
“This was a high note on which to end an incredible, beautiful meal and full Graze experience."
– Finola Robinson, restaurantsbrighton.co.uk
Venture from the Royal Pavilion along the grand seafront and up into the stunning squares and crescents of Brunswick Town today and the new city of Brighton and Hove certainly strikes you as a place of decadence and hedonism. Indeed, in its hay day the Prince Regent’s Pavilion Palace was all about indulgent dining and pleasure seeking, and that is what you’ll find at Brunswick’s Graze Restaurant.
Like George IV, the team behind Graze are obsessed with food and drink and endeavour to thrill their guests with their superb Modern British cooking. They like to think that ‘Prinny’ (as he was known to his friends) would have loved Graze Head Chef, Adrian Hawkins’ food as much as he did that of his very own international celebrity chef of the day Antonin Carême.
Although the Graze menu doesn’t quite extend to the famous 100 dish banquet menus of Carême, the spirit of his indulgence has always been the back bone of Graze’s more succinct yet equally inspired tasting menus.
Over the years, many foodies that would have loved to have dined with Prinny have dined at Graze and here a just a few things they have said…