A contemporary Kurdish restaurant in the heart of Kemp Town, Brighton, Pomegranate serves an eclectic range of middle eastern dishes made with subtle herbs and spices, fruits and nuts in a friendly and hospitable atmosphere.
Many dishes are decorated with the seeds of the Pomegranate fruit, the Kurdish national fruit and one of the symbols of Armenia, representing fertility, abundance and marriage. In some cultures the fruit is believed to give long and healthy life.
We are open for lunch (12 noon - 3pm) and dinner (6pm - 11pm) every day of the week. All our dishes are prepared on the premises from fresh using organic ingredients that are sourced locally where possible.
Come and visit us at: 10 Manchester Street, Brighton, BN2 1TF