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.
Great food, lovely staff - what else?
Excellent service and very good food
Very accommodating when our friends arrived late. Good friendly service.
A fabulous evening. Wonderful view and outstanding cooking and service. Highly recommended.
Once again thank you for a great meal and congratulate the staff they always makes us so welcome Best wishes Lens Batchelor
Noisy with all the hard furnishings
Lovely restaurant, delicious food. Service was ok. Had to ask for service a couple of times.....the staff were friendly but could have been a tiny bit more attentive. The restaurant wasn’t full by any means so they could have been a bit more aware. It’s a tiny bit-picking detail as we had a very enjoyable meal at Murmur and will certainly go back
Only negative was that inside is small and tables are close together so noise levels can get loud and I found it hard to hear my friend at times.
Fantastic- great service, best roast cauliflower ever and a happy birthday sweet surprise
Excellent meal and service - Very friendly and helpful staff with super food
Generally a lovely evening dinner at Murmur. Waiting staff efficient but could smile a bit more! Cerviche starter was a little on the small side. Deserts were fabulous accompanied by a great espresso martini.
The food was amazing and extremely good value for money. The children’s menu was fresh and healthy and was devoured by our 6 year old. Will definitely be back.
This was our 3rd time here and yet again really enjoyed and will definitely be back soon.
Lovely leisurely afternoon with family, service great, not rushed, food enjoyed by all, nice location.
Food was amazing I had the grilled prawns folowed by whole grilled Beam of the specials board it was massive but so well good really moist flesh. We had a lovely bottle of reasonably price English wine form Essex to go with the meal. To finish my wife had the peanut parfet which equally didn't disappoint. Loved it so much I am meeting with friends in October so they can sample the great food. Being a huge fan of 64degress Murmur is a great addition to the portfolio, but more aimed at family and casual dining and Mr Bremner has got it spot on. Ymm Yum
Thought service was very good Kind thoughtful staff Smiled Food was very good and no complaints Thank you Pariculaty liked fish of the day
Great food, great cocktails, great service. Fabulous afternoon as always. See you soon
The service was impeccable, the food divine
2nd visit to Murmur this year and just gets better and better, looking forward to our 3rd visit
Lovely lunch sat in the sunshine at the seaside
Lovely. But noisy by the bar inside.
We booked here on back of chef Micheal Bremner appearance on great British menu. Starter of lobster croquettes were good and desserts were tasty but the cote de boeuf we had for main to share was disappointing especially at £65.00 which I thought was overpriced knowing how much roughly that cut of beef is in general. It lacked flavour and was a little chewy. Glass of Pinot noir I had with it was not good either at £9. Staff were very good apart from when the waiter came over and opened the doors directly next to us with out asking if we minded, to be fair he did say we could shut them if we were cold which I did shortly after because it was windy and chilly and would make our main go cold. Over all average
Lovely evening with excellent service. Food is good but certainly not 64 degrees standard. Prices much cheaper though.
I am gluten free and I was very disappointed to be served toasted Genius sliced bread! There are plenty of places that sell great GF options to cafes and restaurants. No need to serve something from a supermarket in this caliber of restaurant. The fixed menu was great value and very tasty. However, the skin of the plaice fillet was soggy and the cod hash starter very under seasoned. Overall we really enjoyed the meal, just a few small things would’ve made it even better!