Four years ago, the two chefs Jamie and Dean who run the restaurant set out to create 24 George Street as a standout dining experience in Brighton and the south east and this they have certainly achieved.
It’s a small restaurant that can seat just over around fifty but they try to stagger bookings very carefully to ensure they can achieve a consistent and high level of service and attention to every single guest. Jamie and Dean have twenty years chef experience between them, although neither had worked in a rosette or Michelin guide accredited restaurant before, so it’s a feel good story that when they firstentered in the Michelin guide only 18 months after opening, they subsequently received 2 rosettes on their first inspection by the AA early in 2014.
It’s quite amazing that they are self-taught at this level and their expertise shows in the seasonally changing menus and the delight to the eye and tastebuds that their food is. It really looks as well as tastes beautiful. More good news …. Lunch has only been served on a Saturdays however in June you will be able to pop into this fabulous restaurant for lunch on Wednesdays through to Fridays (inclusive).
Closed every Sunday and Monday, booking here is definitely advised and generally a couple of weeks in advance at the weekends. There is a live reservation system on their web site that will show availability on any given date.
24-25 St Georges Road, Kemp Town Village, Brighton, BN2 1ED