Brighton restaurant boss has seafront eaterie in his sights

Posted On 19 Jul 2014 at 6:25 pm

Restaurant boss Raz Helalat is preparing to open a second eaterie in the centre of Brighton.

Mr Helalat, who runs the Coal Shed in Boyces Street, Brighton, has applied for planning permission for a restaurant on the seafront close to the site of the i360.Coal Shed

According to the Brighton and Hove Independent, Mr Helalat hopes to open a restaurant called the Salt Room in the part of the Hilton Brighton Metropole building that currently houses Bar 106.

The aim is to specialise in modern British dining at the hotel site in King’s Road.

The free weekly newspaper said that detailed plans had been submitted to Brighton and Hove City Council.

His current establishment has won plaudits for its steak and seafood-based menu. The Observer described the Coal Shed as one of the best restaurants in the country.

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