Soon after opening our first restaurant in Norwich in 2018, Russell Martin joined the Erpingham House team & immediately began the conversation around opening a similar venue his home town of Brighton. After developing our offering to the point we were satisfied it could add value to local people & a thriving plant-based dining scene, we set about looking for the perfect home. 14 Duke street had previously been home to a plant-based dining concept and sat nestled in a bustling, yet beautiful part of Brighton & we knew immediately this was the ideal place to open Erpingham House number 2.
As plant-based dining becomes more popular, opening this concept was a way for us to evolve the Erpingham house brand, and in doing so ensure we were able to reflect the area we are in. Brighton has a unique, creative & vibrant energy we wanted to capture with the approach, so we’ve developed our initial concept & have created something new for the town. With a strong plant-based heritage, Erpingham House Brighton aims to help further the world’s adoption of more plant-based foods, and as a result a more conscious lifestyle.
For our second location, we’ve collaborated with consultant chef Jason Wood, former culinary director of Plant Food + Wine in Venice beach, Los Angeles, to create an innovative menu that explores the best of plants.