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The Salt Room Restaurant, Review


The Salt Room Restaurant, Review

13 Jul 2019

Restaurant and Bar

Discover the epitome of seaside dining at The Salt Room, good seafood and grille restaurant overlooking the picturesque Brighton seafront. Crafted by the same visionary behind the acclaimed Coal Shed, this culinary gem is nestled within the Hilton hotel, boasting a complete reinvention that extends seamlessly to its captivating outdoor terrace—a coveted spot for sun-soaked afternoons indulging in delectable seafood delights.

The exterior seamlessly merges with the interior ambiance,
featuring striking black frame crittall windows and doors that connect the two dining realms. Outside, the terrace exudes coastal charm with large black timber planter boxes, pale grey concrete-effect floor tiles, and elegant white retractable awnings, all accented by pendant lighting from Davey lighting.

Drawing inspiration from its award-winning sibling, The Salt
Room restaurant interior embraces signature elements such as cowhorn-shaped chairs, vibrant leather upholstery, and bespoke dining tables with metal edge trims. However, it embarks on its own unique journey with artistic architectural blueprints showcasing the iconic West Pier.

Inside, the dining experience unfolds across two levels, with
the bar area near the entrance inviting guests to unwind with dedicated bar seating and high tables. A charming touch awaits at the meet and greet desk, cleverly crafted from an old sideboard adorned with ribbed glass screens.
Meanwhile, the coat check boasts a French dresser wardrobe exuding shabby chicelegance.

Exposed brick arches define the dining space, adorned with
bulkhead lights and electrical conduit, accentuating framed chalkboards and captivating artwork. Pendant lights, featuring copper accents, illuminate the space with a blend of sophistication and warmth.

Flooring is a testament to meticulous craftsmanship, featuring
contrasting tile finishes—dark oak-effect porcelain planks atop and inset within grey concrete-effect tiles below, creating a visually dynamic effect. A teal blue leather banquette adorned with black steel wall lamps adds a touch of opulence, while Carrera marble and timber tabletops exude timeless elegance.

Attention to detail extends to the customer WCs, where faux
slate tiles, offset mirrors with rear lighting, and white marble stone basins with handmade copper pipe faucets create an aura of luxury and refinement.

The Salt Room effortlessly marries eclectic vintage pieces with modern design interior, culminating in an inviting and stylish dining environment. 

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