Open for breakfast from 9am until 11:30am Saturday and Sunday. Open for lunch from 12pm until 4pm every day.
Open for dinner from 5:30pm until 9pm Monday to Thursday and until 9:30pm Friday and Saturday
- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Outside Seating Area
- Families and Children Welcome
Located in The Arches on Brighton seafront overlooking the West Pier, Murmur is a casual, all day dining restaurant by Great British Menu 2017 winner Michael Bremner.
Sister restaurant to the award-winning 64 Degrees, Murmur was opened by Michael to offer a different dining concept, serving healthy and honest food for breakfast, lunch and dinner in a stunning beachside location.
The restaurant is named Murmur from the word murmuration which is the shape that the starlings make when they flock and fly between the two piers here on the coast, with the logo representing the six arches in which the restaurant is located.
Murmur has 37 covers inside and a further 40 covers on the terrace overlooking the beach, is children friendly throughout the day and dogs are welcome on the terrace.
The starter was small only 5 clams in the Tagliatelle. The new potatoes with my grilled fish tasted watery and were an odd texture not crispy not soft just odd. The liver parfait was gorgeous but only two tiny slithers of bread which was out of proportion with the parfait. Felt a bit style over substance. Would be nice if the staff smiled a bit they seemed a bit miserable.
Only negative - mentioned on the night and on previous visits was the acoustics.
My boyfriend and I tried Murmur for the first time on Valentine’s Day and absolutely loved it! The food was amazing, we both could of eaten it all over again! The staff were so nice and we loved the whole atmosphere of the restaurant. We will definitely be back!!
We always appreciate the personalised service at Mumur - almost as much as we appreciate the fantastic food. The Valentines Day menu was a nice balance of fish vs. meat and the whole experience was embellished by the 3xdesert and the champagne sorbet.
A very special evening. The Wiston Estate collaboration dinner was a matching of great cooking with some wonderful wines produced by the Wiston Estate. A great success.
Spectacularly good. You would be foolish to go anywhere else.
Had a wonderful experience at MurMur the service was lovely and they waiters were very patient with us....
We had a wonderful meal, this is my favorite restaurant currently. This was my third visit to Murmur, the service has always been excellent and incredibly welcoming. The venue is very special with a view out over the beach to the sea. The menu is always interesting and the food and wine selections have always been excellent.
Great lunch. Lovely food and great service. Cannot wait to come back.
Food was great, service as good The only thing, the table we had,was by the doors, and it was very draughty! Not sure how that can be remedied! But overall very good, and we’ll definitely come again
Service was a little slow at times and badly behaved children at the next table spoilt the ambience a little for me but food was fab!
Nothing was too much trouble for the staff, super friendly, even a chat with the chef with his recommendations. The Poole Clam tagliatelle was to die for and seared cod fantastic.
Very pleasant Sunday lunch. Friendly and attentive staff. Recommend the Roast Beef! Best roast dinner EVER!! Thank you.
Great Sunday Lunch as my guests were able to experience an exceptional roast beef, with extra requested gravy while I was able to enjoy the chefs skills with cod as my main course and a starter of scotch egg with black pudding and chorizo encasing a soft egg. As always the wine did not disappoint. Staff as always friendly and attentive but allowing a warm and casual atmosphere on a sunny afternoon while we devoured a tasty meal.
My friend and I had a lovely evening at Murmur. The atmosphere is lovely and the service was great. My salt and pepper squid starter was nice, but overpowered by the amount of raw onion and spring onion in the salad it was served on. Other than that it was a good experience and I would go back
The staff were brilliant and the setting of the restaurant is amazing and I am looking forward to going there in the summer. The starters were excellent - bouillabaisse and salt and pepper squid. However, my husband and I shared the T-bone steak which was great except it wasn’t seasoned very well and everything else it came with , salad and the mushroom sauce, was so sweet, I felt I was eating dessert. I had to ask for chilli sauce to have my meal. The sides are a little confusing too. I thought I was ordering Jerusalem artichokes roasted with garlic and what we got were just plain Jerusalem artichokes. However, this could be my mistake in interpreting the menu. Overall it was a very pleasant experience, and I will certainly go back to try something else on the menu.
The staff were brilliant and could help us enough. Food was amazing with excellent choices.
Great food and service, added a special extra touch for my husband's birthday too.
We chose Murmur for a girly weekday lunch and we weren't disappointed. Really relaxed space, excellent service and a brilliant, value-for-money menu. Food was delicious. We'll be back. Thank you :-)
We love 64 Degrees so were really looking forward to eating at Murmur. Unfortunately we didn’t find it a good experience. Firstly the tables were too close. There was no privacy and we could easily hear the conversations on the tables next to us. The overall atmosphere was very loud but we appreciate that it’s a small space. The food was the most disappointing. The octopus cassoulet was dry meaning the butter bean flavour was overpowering. The rhubarb in the rice pudding was stringy. It was very disappointing.
Extremely impressed with both the food and service. A very enjoyable experience all round. I will definitely eat here again.
We had a delicious birthday meal at Murmur. The service was friendly and helpful. The waiter remembered that I was gluten free and pointed out the options available to me, which were quite a few. My cauliflower was very tasty with crunchy bits. My partner's squid was very good and not rubbery. Our main courses were both very nicely presented and with a nice selection of vegetables. My only thing would be to ask the chef not to add too much salt as it was a little over salty for our taste buds. Puddings were delicious too. All round very good and a lovely dining experience.
I love Murmur, it’s unpretentious dining with first rate, delicious food from a great varied menu. We were running late but the staff never once let us feel that but were so warm and welcoming. My oysters and glass of British fizz were a perfect start to a superb roastlunch.