Join us this Mother’s Day at Cin Cin Hove and choose from two great offers
to give your mum the special day she deserves.

Bottomless Brunch | 10:30am – 12:30pm

Gather the family to celebrate with bottomless fizz and Italian brunch dishes,
all served as a sharing menu for the table.
£30 per person for a 2 hour sitting, places are limited so book here.

Complimentary Bellini for Mum | 1:30pm – 6pm

Or join us for the full a la carte Sunday lunch menu from 1:30pm
with a complimentary Bellini for mum on arrival.
Make the most of Mother’s Day with our award winning small plates,
handmade pastas, grill specials and an all Italian drink list to celebrate with mum in style!

BOOK NOW!

January’s BEST menu? Well we think so. 3 courses + fizz for £20, every lunchtime this month at Vine Street and Western Road.

It’s a heartfelt nod to Brighton’s BEST Restaurants for their support through 2018.

Why wait for OctoberBEST?!

Stuck for that last minute Christmas foodie gift?

You can now buy Cin Cin vouchers online for that special someone.

This includes vouchers for our Pasta Masterclasses which will back in 2019 with new skills and techniques on offer from our expert chefs!

Buy vouchers for Vine Street Brighton HERE or for Western Road Hove HERE.

Merry Cin Cin Christmas!

With just 5 weeks until Christmas, now is the time to book your yuletide celebration with Cin Cin.

Our Christmas group menus are live on our website featuring our approach to celebrating the festive season Italian style with all your favourite people – enjoy dishes like Game cannelloni, creamed parsnip & cavolo nero at Vine Street or Panettone bread & butter pudding with burnt orange ice cream at Western Road.

And don’t forget our extensive list of Italian cocktails, wines (including some great value options in magnum bottles) and digestivi to get you celebrate Christmas in style.

Dates are filling up fast so book now!

Since opening in Brighton’s North Laine in 2016, Cin Cin has served over 25,000 customers at our little 20 seat restaurant in Vine Street and another 13,000 at our busy Hove restaurant which opened on Western Road in 2018.

We recently won a Michelin Bib Gourmand, have been voted Brighton’s 4th best restaurant, included in the Waitrose Good Food Guide, featured in national press by The Telegraph, Restaurant Magazine, BBC Good Food, Olive Magazine, National Geographic Food and The Guardian; had our recipes printed in a cookbook, had lots of positive customer feedback and just had a great time giving Brighton and Hove the Italian food it deserves!

Our success is down to the love and support we have received from our fantastic customers so we decided it was time to give something back with the launch of our first membership scheme, Club Cin Cin.

Best of all, it’s FREE to join* and you get an amazing set of benefits:

 Ready to sign up? What’s not to like?!  – Join now with your details here

* We just ask for your email address and mobile number to keep in touch about what we do. We promise that’s all we will contact you about.

This week we hosted Penny Murray from the ubiquitous Sicilian winemakers Planeta for a trade lunch and wine dinner at our Hove restaurant.

Taking a wine journey across Sicily with Planeta, we sampled wines from across the island from the red soils of Cerasuolo to the volcanic slopes of Etna.

Our Head Chef Jamie Halsall designed a six course tasting menu to pair with each of the fantastic Planeta wines provided by Enotria & Coe, giving our lucky customers a gastronomic flight that will be remembered long in the memory!

Join us next time?

Join us at The Set on Tuesday 20 November for a collaboration dinner where PIG takes on PASTA!

Feast on a six course tasting menu with optional wine flight – 3 courses from The Set focusing on the pig and all it’s porky goodness along with 3 courses from our Head Chef Jamie Halsall showcasing the best handmade pasta in town!

Tickets are going to be like hen’s teeth (should that be pig’s teeth?!?) so contact Matt at The Set on sayhello@thesetrestaurant.com to grab your seats now.

This is going to be a night to remember!

Very proud to see our Vine Street restaurant in Brighton’s North Laine receiving a rave review in the Sunday Telegraph today. It’s been a long time coming to get some national press so nice to see all our hard work starting to pay off!

Kathryn Flett loved her Sunday lunch visit and said our smoked haddock arancino with saffron aioli and pickled sultanas was “texturally and taste-wise easily the best arancino I’ve had this decade” which is high praise indeed!

She also enjoyed our open kitchen, counter dining layout, loving that “the food is cooked right there next to you quietly and unfussily in a non-suffocatingly-hipster manner that demonstrates only passion and professionalism; the service is impeccable, the room is cool and relaxed – and relaxing“.

So if you haven’t tried our Vine Street Brighton restaurant yet, book now!

Our little restaurant on Vine Street has just turned 2 – they grow up so quick!

Since then we have served over 25,000 customers (and another 13,000 at our busy Hove restaurant which opened on Western Road in 2018), we recently won a Michelin Bib Gourmand, have been voted Brighton’s 4th best restaurant, included in the Waitrose Good Food Guide, featured in national press by The Telegraph, Restaurant Magazine, BBC Good Food, Olive Magazine, National Geographic Food and The Guardian; had our recipes printed in a cookbook, had lots of positive customer feedback and just had a great time giving Brighton and Hove the Italian food it deserves!

We are celebrating this month with a ‘Best Of’ menu, bringing back some of our favourite dishes over the last two years.

Big thanks to all the team who have helped build and maintain the quality we deliver every day and to all you amazing customers who have supported and championed Cin Cin along the way. Grazie mille!

In a recent interview for Global Entrepreneur Week with Focused For Business, our founder David Toscano told the story of how he slowly built up Cin Cin from a vintage Fiat street food van doing events around the UK and found the confidence to quit his job in law to make it as a restauranteur. With two restaurants in Brighton and Hove, David is happy to share what he has learned along the way.

David talks about the long road to building a business idea, the multitude of little risks he had to take before taking the plunge full time and his tips for anyone planning a start up.

David said “If you are going to start a business, make sure there is something within it you are passionate about. That passion will drive you through fatigue, disappointment, and little failures while also making success all the more sweet as you’ll have created something you can be proud of. And isn’t that why we become entrepreneurs in the first place?!

Read the full interview here.

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