Lime Squeezy Brighton closes after just six months

By Joe Lutrario

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Lime Squeezy's Brighton Thai restaurant closes after just six months

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Giggling Squid’s sister brand Lime Squeezy has closed its central Brighton site after fewer than six months' trading.

The 200-cover site opened this summer within the former PizzaExpress site in the seaside city’s North Laine area.

On Jubilee Square, the opening followed the launch of Lime Squeezy’s debut site, in Chichester, which opened in 2021 and continues to trade. 

Lime Squeezy was conceived by Giggling Squid co-founder Pranee Laurillard as a faster-paced, all-day dining-orientated sibling to Giggling Squid, which now operates around 45 sites. 

Despite it offering quicker service, Lime Squeezy took large sites, with its Chichester site - a former Wahaca - of a similar size.

The menu at Lime Squeezy is largely based on the top selling dishes at Giggling Squid offering little that’s unfamiliar for those that frequent Anglo/Thai restaurants. 

Dishes include pad Thai, green curry, red curry, Massaman curry and pad kra pao. Served with rice in most cases, main courses range from £10.50 to £13.50 while small plates are all between £6 and £7.

Breakfast and brunch was a core part of the proposition at launch with a dedicated menu that fused Thai and Western morning favourites but appears to be have been dropped with the Chichester restaurant now opening from 12pm.

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