Indulge in fresh Mexican inspired cuisine at the fantastic Zona Rosa restaurant in Brighton.
Located in the vibrant Kemp Town village area of the seaside city, Zona Rosa is named after an area of Mexico City renowned for its bohemian atmosphere and LGBT community, which is something which Kemp Town is also renowned for.
Just a short walk from the famous sea front of Brighton, diners can tuck into fresh, colourful Mexican cuisine with international influences. In keeping with Brighton’s green thinking community, Zona Rosa serves a wide selection of vegetarian options, as well as plenty of gluten free options too.
Created by Head Chef Nick Roberts, a chef that has honed his skills in such illustrious places as Harrods and The Groucho Club before settling at the restaurant. Choose from a range of classic Mexican bites, including quesadillas, burritos and fajitas, or tuck into one of the house specials. Particularly enticing examples of such can be seen in the Playa Brighton, a Mexican take on fish and chips, accompanied by straw potatoes and tomato salsa, the Powerhouse Superfood Burrito of quinoa, roast corn and pinto beans, and much more, all served in a spinach tortilla. Wash down with a refreshing margarita or daiquiri for the perfect meal. Each of the dishes served are available to tastecard members at a superb discount when they call in advance with their card, making for a sumptuous meal at magnificent value.
The bright pink door of Zona Rosa gives way to a cool and funky dining room where exposed brickwork contrasts with a tile backed bar and quirky artwork. The doors pen up during the summer to let the sea air inside and there is a small amount of outdoor seating with views across to the sea.