AWARDS & ACCOLADES
Olive Magazine – '19 Best Indian Restaurants in the UK'
GQ Magazine – 'Best Indian Restaurants & Takeaways'
Waitrose Good Food Guide 2016, 2017 & 2018 – 'Local Gem'
FreeFrom Eating Out Awards 2017 – 'UK's Best Independent Restaurants' (Gold)
Brighton & Hove Food Awards 2017 – 'Best International Cuisine'
Brighton & Hove Food Awards 2017 – 'Best Family Dining'
Brighton & Hove Food Awards 2017 – 'Best Takeaway (Silver)'
BBC Good Food – 'Best Places to Eat in Brighton'
BRAVO Food Awards 2017 – Best 'Feel Good Eats'
The Guardian – Top 10 places to drink in Brighton
Tony Naylor, Olive Magazine – UK's top 10 'flexitarian' restaurants
2016 Muddy Stilettos Awards (Sussex) – 'Best Casual Dining'
Pat Chapman/Cobra Good Curry Guide 2016 – Certificate of Excellence
Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Awards 2016 – 'Best Place to do Business'
2015 Asian Curry Awards – 'Best Newcomer, South Coast'
The Culture Trip – 'Local Favourite 2015'
2015 Celebration of Sussex Life Awards – 'Newcomer of the Year'
Brighton & Hove Independent – 'Best Newcomer 2014'
Curry Leaf Cafe serves award-winning Indian street food, curries and craft beers from three colourful and unique dining spots in Brighton. The original cafe is located in the heart of The Lanes and operates as a cafe-cum-lunch spot during the day with a range of coffees, teas, snacks and traditional South Indian street food – as well as more substantial meals such as thali platters, dosas and tandoor naan wraps. In the evenings diners flock to the cafe to experience its small but diverse dinner menu of tandoor-grilled meats, vegan street dishes and expertly spiced curries, accompanied by Brighton's best range of craft beers.
The most recent addition to the Curry Leaf Cafe family is our new Kemptown Kitchen, located in Brighton's vibrant Kemptown district. Equipped with an open-style kitchen & dining layout, the new restaurant offers a playful take on Indian food that focuses on tapas-style Indian small plates, tandoor dishes, seafood specials and spiced cocktails. The venue also provides a seven-days-a-week home takeaway delivery service in collaboration with Deliveroo, plus a 10% discount to customers who order direct & pick up from the restaurant.
In early 2016, Curry Leaf Cafe made history by launching an Indian street food kiosk inside Brighton Station – a UK first – serving up an exciting menu of authentic Indian breakfasts, street food, curries, paratha wraps and craft beer, all day, seven days a week. Fast Food, Curry Leaf Cafe style.
LOCALLY SOURCED PRODUCE
Curry Leaf Cafe sources its meat directly from a family-run farm in Oxford called Timpsons. The owner, Dean Timpson, butchers all his meats in-house and delivers them to our restaurants daily to ensure maximum freshness. Similarly, we’re proud to say that our fish and seafood comes from MCB Seafoods – an award-winning wild catchery in Newhaven that’s part of the Sustainable Seafood Coalition and was the first UK fishery to receive sustainable certification from the Friend of the Sea association.