Entertainment at The Bali Brasserie
What better way to enjoy an evening’s entertainment than at the Bali Brasserie. Thursdays are live music nights. If you’re in good voice and enjoy Karaoke, why not come along to the Bali Brasserie on a Sunday evening.
Complete the simple form below now to book your table at the Bali Brasserie.
For bookings of 10 and above please ring to book.
01273 323 810
We will be closed for Lunch till the 10th July. Sorry for any inconvenience.
The Bali Brasserie’s menu brings the best of Indonesian and Malaysian cuisine to its restaurant in Hove. The Malay and Indonesian dishes combine aromatic ingredients such as lime leaves and lemon grass with coconut milk and other subtle spices.
Welcome to the Bali Brasserie Restaurant in Brighton & Hove
If you’re looking for exceptional food, excellent service and exotic cuisine, look no further than the Bali Brasserie restaurant in Hove. Situated on the Hove seafront, the restaurant is minutes from the center of Brighton, and is renowned for its Indonesian-Malaysian cuisine.
Experience the culinary delights and atmosphere of the Far East, right here in East Sussex. Owner TC (Tanjit Calais), and his chefs bring you the very best of Indonesian and Malaysian dishes at the Bali Brasserie restaurant.You can enjoy Bar Meals and Snacks over a relaxing drink in the Tropical Bar, or indulge yourself in the comfort of the Bali Brasserie restaurant.
Eating at premier Indonesian-Malaysian restaurant in Brighton and Hove is an experience you won’t forget. A tribute to the quality of their cuisine was The Bali Brasserie being chosen to cater for H.R.H. Prince Charles at the Brighton Royal Pavilion. Book your table today by phoning 01273 323810. Alternatively, you can use the online booking form at the bottom of the page of the page.
Quality Indonesian-Malaysian Restaurant in Hove
The Bali Brasserie restaurant on the Hove seafront is renowned for its Indonesian-Malaysian cuisine. Its reputation for the finest Far Eastern food has spanned more than 30 years. Today, it is the most popular Indonesian and Malaysian restaurant in the Brighton area.
The Bali Brasserie is owned and managed by Tanjit Calais (TC for short!). The restaurant was established in the late 1980s, after moving from Worthing, where it was known as Sama Santa.TC was born in Indonesia and has travelled extensively in the Far East, in particular Malaysia, where his family still live.
TC and his chefs have brought the very best of Indonesian and Malaysian food to the Bali Brasserie. The menu features dishes rarely seen outside the top London restaurants.The excellence of the food and service make the Bali Brasserie a must for anyone looking for a top quality restaurant in Brighton or Hove.
— Hayley SandesThe Bali Brasserie serves the most delicious food and the service is excellent. A really enjoyable place to spend your night.
— Neill FrenchExcellent unobstrusive service. Authentic Malay/Indonesian dishes perfectly cooked with appetising presentation. The comprehensive menu caters for all tastes and is excellent value for money.
— D. TheobandReally great meal & great service. A really good evening with a new cusine. Very good!
— Dawn MeadLoved the relaxed, freindly atmosphere. We were recommended here by a friend and we weren't disappointed. Great food too.
— Ian LowFantastic food, amazing service & great vibe!
— Bo KellerSuperb food, excellent service, freindly staff & great entertainment. THE BEST!!
— Maria DanaylMe and my partner have been coming here for quite a few years, always freindly staff and never had a bad meal. Great music aswell.
— SteveThe food is consistantly great BUT the business deserves the award becuse of the exceptionally friendly service that transforms a night out into a warm, memorabe experience.
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