Young at heart at Isaac At

From pop-up to permanent, Isaac At dining experience re-launches this month in Brighton.

Just eighteen months on from opening his first restaurant in Brighton, Head Chef Isaac Bartlett-Copeland, 23, reopened the doors to Isaac At on Friday 9 September, offering a new and unique dining experience.

Growing from pop-up to permanent, guests can join Isaac every evening from Tuesday to Saturday, and for lunch on Saturday. With a new, larger, open kitchen, guests will feel like they’re part of the main event, with the option to book the new table by the pass, to be closer to the action.

Introducing a new set menu Tuesday-Thursday, Isaac will be offering the full Isaac At tasting menu experience every evening, giving guests an insight into the Sussex influence behind each dish.

Isaac and the team pride themselves on sourcing high quality produce from their local suppliers, sharing the mileage of all their ingredients on the menu.

New restaurant manager, Alex Preston, has developed a new ‘Sussex Flight’ alcoholic tasting menu to accompany the full Isaac At experience, whilst also creating his own carefully developed range of juices, for those wanting non-alcoholic tastings to complement their dishes.


Isaac At
2 Gloucester St

About Nick Mosley
As food festivals director and awards co-ordinator Nick writes occasional columns for Title Sussex Magazine focusing on the freshest and finest cuisine from across the county. He can be found Tweeting @BrightonNick