REVIEW: Fish + Liquor – Home Comforts Just Got Gourmet

Brighton, the seaside town – it only seems logical to have fish and chips as the end to a perfect Summer’s day walking along the pier and getting sand (or small pebbles, as the case may be in Brighton) caught between your toes. Now, when your hunger hits but you still want to stand out, Fish + Liquor offers a gourmet twist to the fish supper, in a new and quirky restaurant situated on Madeira Drive.

The restaurant interior hosts a comic-book theme, having vintage comic book pages as wallpaper. This acts as the perfect, laid-back setting to catch up with drinks with friends. Not only is there a extensive collection of craft beer, but a mixologist is always on site to create you a range of cocktails, away from the crowded bar scene.

Even though this may seem like a casual restaurant, the food will make you realise that this is certainly not the case. The menu centres around local and responsibly sourced fish, but upgraded versions of well known classics. Chef favourites include pea fritters and the ‘fish dog’ – a fish cake/hot dog hybrid.

Set on the seafront opposite the Big Wheel, Fish + Liquor is predicted to be a big hit. The Verse will visit the venue soon to review, and we are certain it will not disappoint.

The Verse Staff

Next Post

POLITICS: General Election Question Time Coming to Grand Parade

Wed Apr 22 , 2015
Wednesday 29th of April 7.30pm-9.30pm Sallis Benney Theatre, Grand Parade Wednesday the 29th of April sees an exciting opportunity for students to pick the brains of those attempting to win our votes for the forthcoming General Election on May 7th. The Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics and Ethics is delighted […]

Get In Touch

contactverse@gmail.com

 

 

About us

The Verse is run by students, for students. If you’re studying at University of Brighton and you’d like to get involved by writing for us or becoming a sub-editor, we welcome you to contact us via email.

The Verse is funded and supported by Brighton Students’ Union.

The views expressed on The Verse online newspaper do not necessarily represent the views of Brighton Students’ Union, its management or employees. For more information or for any enquiries, please contact the Marketing and Communications Team at bsucommunications@brighton.ac.uk