umi welcomes Little Bay Restaurants to Brighton location
Steamed paupiette of salmon, pan-roast barbary duck breast and mascarpone, feta and spinach strudel are just some of the delights that await patrons at the new Little Bay Restaurant at umi hotel on Brighton seafront.
Famed for its modern-European style food and extravagant decor, Little Bay has made its mark in London for excellent value, quality food. Now, Founder Peter Ilić has brought his fine bistro menu to the seaside, for locals and tourists alike.
Brighton has an array of eateries serving Italian and Asian cuisines but Little Bay will be joining just a handful of modern-European style restaurants, none of which offer an experience quite like Little Bay. Diners will be able to enjoy live opera music several evenings a week and locally-sourced ingredients across the menu.
“I think Little Bay is just what Brighton needs” said Peter, “we’re offering all Little Bay Brighton followers on Twitter, 50% off their total bill if they book in advance, so come and see for yourselves”.
Steve Lowy, Founder of umi, feels that what Little Bay offer fits really well with umi Brighton.
Situated on King’s Road and adjoined to umi hotel Brighton, the restaurant is working with umi to provide dinner, bed and breakfast packages to hotel guests but is also completely open to the public. The restaurant is ideally located for pre or post theatre dining, being just minutes from The Brighton Centre and a short walk from the Theatre Royal Brighton. A three course menu before 7pm costs £10.95, while parties of 10 or more can enjoy a three-course meal for £10.95 at any time.
Little Bay Brighton will be open seven days a week, including Christmas Day and is fully licensed. Families, business guests and private groups are all welcome to dine between 7am to midnight, daily (11pm on Sundays and Bank Holidays).