5 places to enjoy a good steak in Church Street, Brighton

Winter has settled in for the next few months and you might be wondering how you’ll keep warm.

Church Street, Brighton has you covered with a massive range of belly warming steaks that will get you through the colder weather.

It can be hard to find a good quality steak, so we’ve made it easy for you with this list of five places to enjoy a good steak in Brighton:

Botticelli of Brighton

Botticelli of Brighton offers a fine dining experience and a wide selection of steaks to choose from.

There’s the rib eye chasseur served with a red wine, brandy and herb sauce, the rib eye flame grilled to your preference, or the beef tenderloin offered three different ways. There’s something for every steak lover at Botticelli of Brighton.

Every steak is served with chips and your choice of salad or seasonal vegetables and potatoes.

Half Moon

Head down to Half Moon on Mondays and take advantage of their Steak Day discount. Get a 350 gram steak for $25 or a 700 gram steak for $40.

Otherwise, treat yourself to Half Moon’s steak frites any day of the week. The steak frites includes 220 grams of grass-fed scotch fillet, fries and café de Paris butter.

Half Moon’s Dining Room has a superb selection of steaks from the grill – go for the 280 gram hanger steak with romesco sauce and Padron peppers,  the 180 gram eye fillet steak with pomme boulangere (French gratin potatoes) and petit herb salad, or the 300 gram Hopkins scotch fillet with cumin fried onion rings. Is your mouth watering yet?

White Rabbit Restaurant

White Rabbit in Brighton offers a steak sandwich on sourdough with shoestring fries for lunch or, come along for dinner and enjoy the Ralph’s black Angus eye fillet with colcannon mash and sautéed asparagus in a red wine jus.

The choice is yours, just don’t be late!


Pantry offers you the perfect steak dinner with an incredible dining atmosphere to match.

Choose from a 550 gram grass-fed rib eye served with charred onion, bacon thyme potatoes, mushroom ketchup and a red wine jus.

Alternatively, go for the smaller grass fed eye fillet (220 grams) and enjoy celeriac remoulade, bacon thyme potatoes, red wine jus and your choice of pepper sauce or blue cheese butter. Yum!