Humble Plates represent the finest of the pop-up restaurant scene in Brighton & Hove. Head chef Dan's cooking style is progressive and exciting, with real creative flair running through the dishes cooked, yet there's also a strong emphasis on accessibility, and a noticeable desire to avoid stuffiness and pretentiousness. Dan cut his culinary teeth at the popular and well-respected Chilli Pickle in Brighton before his first Head Chef role at The Crabtree gastropub in West Sussex.
The Hideout concept is based on 'Modern Campfire Cooking'. Essentially, this means going back to the roots of hospitality. It's all about sharing great food as if you were sitting around a campfire with friends. There's a distinctly global flavour to Humble Plates' menus; techniques and ingredients from around the world are incorporated but are served up with a slice of Humble Plates' characteristic edge and innovation.
Great food with a good selection of burgers and beers
Food, drink and atmosphere is great in this place, they have board games and a little Nintendo downstairs. Small place but they've utilised every inch and really cool, quirky place that suits Brighton well
Good food, very cheap considering the high quality and a really good selection of craft ales, particularly if you like pale ales. Perfect for a small birthday get together!
Great bar with friendly staff and chilled out atmosphere.
Had the Korean chicken burger and a lovely Porter. Good value, would definitely go back. The staff were friendly too.
Great vegan burger.