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Fresh fish, shellfish and seafood restaurant. Scottish Steaks also available. Seafront location. Family run restaurant.(run by the same family for the last 50 years). Outside seating available. Opposite British Airways i360 tower.
US$9 - US$30
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, After-hours
Seafood, European, British
Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Waitstaff, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi
We chose the Melrose because it was wheelchair accessible and claimed to serve the freshest fish in Brighton. I have to say that the mixed seafood was lovely. A huge serving of grilled salmon, hake and haddock with squid and scampi and home made chips...More
Visiting from Hong Kong, been meaning to try this restaurant out, friendly staff and great food.
We had the mussels which were very tasty accompanied with a glass of white, my main course was the sea bass on the bone
Will be back again next...More
We decided to book a table at this restaurant for some lunch. We had 2 kids meals and 3 portions of fish and chips which were all ok but the chips were not the best, however the portions were a decent size and the fish...More
No frills restaurant but best value seabass I've had. Established 50 years this unpretentious fish restaurant was excellent value. The home made paklava with ice cream was well worth the calories as well. Nice bottle of muscadet for a mere 16.50 made for excellent evening.
Early dinner on Saturday evening.
A few other tables were already being served but the restaurant was FREEZING!!
As the evening progressed 5 of the 8 diners sitting around us wore their coats all evening!
Prompt service, a little bit clipped but efficient.
We were visiting Brighton and walked past this restaurant along the promenade. I loved the style of the building, and a couple sat in the window were being served an enormous seafood platter as we passed. The oysters, prawns and lobster on the tray looked...More
This restaurant has a sign outside saying 'Voted the Best Restaurant in Brighton' - we decided to try it.
The welcome was luke warm to say the least - the elderly owners sit at the back of the restaurant and watch their staff work; in...More