Barry at the Tureen

Barry at the Tureen

British

0.5 miles
31 Upper North Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 3FG
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The Tureen opened in 1964, and chef-proprietor Barry Would has been at the helm since 1985, serving a loyal local clientele in his small intimate restaurant - reminiscent of one's own dining room.

Barry serves a concise yet varied menu with sufficient options for both vegetarians and carnivores, with two courses at £23 and three courses at £25. The wine list is both varied and reasonably priced. House wine is just £11, or there is a small corkage charge of £3 for the BYO service.

Although the menu changes monthly, the philosophy behind it does not - simple yet imaginative food cooked with passion. To commence: wild mushroom risotto with Parmesan shavings or caramelised red onion and sun-dried tomato tart. To continue: pork fillet sautéed with chilli, tomatoes, onions and cream; salmon oven-baked with a red pesto, cheese and crumb crust; calves liver or lamb kidneys. To conclude: chocolate mousse, Drambuie trifle or steamed marmalade sponge and custard and, finally, the ever- popular Cafétiére coffee and homemade chocolates.

Voted second to Gordon Ramsay in a customer survey by Top Table Dining Awards 2007, people are clearly impressed by the friendliness and attention to detail here, whether visiting for a small party, a first date, an anniversary or a significant birthday.
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Open: Weds-Sat from 7pm (otherwise by prior arrangement)
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