The Ivy in the Lanes, Brighton.


The Ivy in the Lanes, Brighton – 51 Ship St, Brighton BN1 1AF…

The Brighton Lanes are something special, they have an impressive amount of beautiful boutiques, cafeterias, restaurants, hotels, parks, museums… and now The Ivy restaurant chain has decided to give the Lanes another focal point.

The Ivy in the Lanes, Brighton, attentive staff, beautiful placae, impeccable food, review by Tara Mary Moore, Wooing and Events.

A delicious salty caramel expresso Martini and a Zucchini Fritti brunch, after work, Brighton Lanes, nice local, restaurant review, by Tara Mary Moore, Wooing and Events.

The extremely welcoming staff have the utmost care of duty, the professionalism is refreshing and the food is perfectly prepared, worth every penny infact, be prepared though, that is all I will say.

It is highly accessible to all, even though there are a few stairs to get in to the restaurant, there is a bell and an elevator will get a wheelchair user in, the main toilets are down stairs however, there are some accessible ones on the restaurant level, the building is grade 2 listed but being as it is the old post office, it has always been accessible to all.

The Ivy in the Lanes quirky menu, lovely salty caramel expresso Martini, by Tara Mary Moore, Wooing and Events.

Quirky menu cover of Brighton’s Royal Pavilion, The Ivy In The Lanes, restaurant review, cocktail, Brighton, by Tara Mary Moore, Wooing and Events.

The food is spectacular, the desserts are exquisite…

Two delectable salads in the Ivy in the Lanes, Brighton , review by Tara Mary Moore, Wooing and Events.

Two delectable salads, in the Ivy in the Lanes, Brighton , restaurant review by Tara Mary Moore, Wooing and Events.

Chocolate bombe, tasty dessert, the Ivy in the Lanes, Brighton, review by TaraMary Moore, Wooing and Events.

The nicest dessert ever, Chocolate bombe Melting chocolate bombe with a vanilla ice cream and honeycomb centre with hot salted caramel sauce, restaurant review by Tara Mary Moore, Wooing and Events.

Cocktail menu, the Ivy in the Lanes, Brighton, restaurant review by Tara Mary Moore, Wooing and Events.

Currently working my way through the cocktail menu, the Ivy in the Lanes, Brighton, restaurant review by Tara Mary Moore, Wooing and Events.

Quirky dining area, the Ivy in the Lanes, Brighton, restaurant review by Tara Mary Moore, Wooing and Events.

The Ivy in the Lanes, Brighton , the dining area is large, quirky and contemporary, fine dining, restaurant review by Tara Mary Moore, Wooing and Events.

As you can see, this venue is exquisite, they have spared nothing on the decor, a trip to the toilets downstairs is a must, they are amazing.

P.S- If you want to impress a first date, propose or hire the private room for a wedding reception, this is the perfect venue.