Open daily for Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Tea and Dinner
- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Buffets, Business Meetings, Functions catered for
- Weddings and Other Private Parties Catered for
About GB1 Seafood and Oyster Bar Restaurant
GB1’s philosophy is quality and simplicity, offering a fantastic choice of the finest and freshly caught seafood from Brighton’s shores along with classic English cuisine, with contemporary touches, constantly updated by Executive Chef, Alan White’s brigade of passionate and inventive chefs. The striking Lobster Burger is a must try at GB1 as is the Fruits De Mer and an Oyster or two. The seasonally changing menu also boasts meats from the grill and classic Sussex favourites along with vegetarian dishes too.
I had a voucher as a birthday gift. So chose to use it for a Valentines lunch. Service was good and food was amazing. Would recommend.
Our table wasn’t ready for 20 mins and we then waited 20 mins to order tea £38 is a lot for the food provided
Brilliant service, not rushed, enjoyable atmosphere, great choice
The Sunday lunch was delicious, the only thing that let it down was the un crispy and pale roast potatoes! Apart from that 10 out of 10 👍
A very enjoyable experience
Afternoon tea with glass of champage to celebrate my partner's 50th Birthday - a lovely relaxing couple of hours!
We had a delicious and generous sunday lunch!
Very enjoyable experience however scones were a let down. Not as well made as could be. Bread on ham and cheese sandwich was a little dry. Other than that a pleasant experience staff and location were excellent.
Most enjoyable delicious dinner beautifully presented. Helpful friendly service. Would recommend to family and friends and will be back.
A very enjoyable evening
Food was excellent but the atmosphere was hampered by the music being too lively and too loud.
Service was excellent, and we were made to feel very welcome and at ease.
My Mum and I enjoyed an afternoon tea for a ‘significant’ Birthday I was celebrating on 5th February. I love Brighton and had often wondered what afternoon tea would be like at ‘the Grand.’ It was a truly scrumptious treat with lovely sandwiches, fresh scones, and an array of exquisite cakes and flavours. We thoroughly enjoyed the food and ambiance. The waitress that served us was very friendly and attentive. There were two special touches which I thanked her for- a Grand Birthday Card from the team, and a delicious chocolate cake and candle and accompanied singing! So thoughtful and kind. Extreme value for money too also including champagne. A really special celebration to treasure. Thanks so much, kind regards to all of you, Lucy :-)
Great venue and delicious menu. Always enjoy a meal here.
The seafood afternoon tea was divine and a great antidote to a more traditional and carb-laden afternoon tea. Lovely fresh seafood beautifully presented on a platter, full of taste and flavour. The pate was delicious and the seafood cocktail in vinegar was refreshing. I also enjoyed the brown bread icecream - very unusual to see this on a menu now. I love the atmosphere of the area looking out over a calm sea, and dazzling sunset. Very friendly service as well. Can't wait to come back for cocktails or Sunday lunch in this stunning location.
Excellent table service
Lovely staff as always
Great service and superb food in a fantastic venue.
Excellent dinner and service
A lovely afternoon tea in beautiful surroundings, great food and discreet service.
Excellent afternoon tea, my favourite one and I have been to many
The lounge where afternoon tea is served was extremely cold to the point of uncomfortable. Several guests complained but there did not appear to be anything the staff could do to turn on the heating. Cold air was blowing out of the heaters on a day where temperatures outside were around 0. With regard to the food, the sandwiches and quiche were delicious but the cakes were rather disappointing.