Petit Pois review

Excellent, effortless dining at Petit Pois We all need a rendezvous romantique every so often and Brighton’s warm and welcoming Petit Pois restaurant feels like it was designed for just that. Located in The Lanes’ cute Ship Street (and with a ménage of great pre- or post-dinner bars nearby) its décor sings of snug warmth…

Mange Tout - Brighton

Welcome to Mange Tout The thing that makes French dining so distinct is the culture that it embodies. In France, food is sacred which is reflected in the custom of taking long lunches even in the working week, something quite different here in the UK where the majority of us commit the sacrilege of eating…

Sticky Toffee Pud at The Chimney House Restaurants Brighton

Comfort food roundup When it’s nasty on the outside you want something that will help you feel good on the inside. Comfort food is food that makes you feel warm and cosy whatever the weather and may tend to be a bit carb heavy, but nobody cares about your beach bod when you’re wearing a…

A picnic and umbrella in the Rathfinny wine estate

The Great Escape I’ve desperately been craving an escape, a drive through the rolling hills and stumbling across a vineyard, getting lost for a few hours, totally caught up in the sunshine. What I didn’t know was that I could find exactly what I craved in the South Downs of Sussex. The Rathfinny Estate, located…

The Cleveland Arms review

The Pub on the Corner There’s a hidden beauty to family run pubs, the passion and commitment that goes into every pint poured, meal served and customer greeted. The Cleveland Arms is the epitome of this. Set on the corner of Blakers Park, the buzz from outside filled the surrounding streets as we approached, with…

Community at its heart – Experience at The Hartington Follow your feet halfway up Elm Grove and take a left on to Whippingham Road, and you’ll soon come across The Hartington. Its tell-tale sign might be its large, imposing stature that dominates the corner it stands on – or the locals that gather to people-watch…

Madame Jennifer Distillery Tour

Madame Jennifer – Urban Small Batch Distillery Tour It is said that we are going through a “Ginaissance”, with supposedly 135 gin distilleries operating in the UK and more bottles being sold than ever before! Many of the unique craft gins can be found only at premium stockists or festivals and this is exactly where…

Never Normal Brighton The media tells us that all we have to look forward to is the new normal. Brighton was Never Normal anyway. It’s a place that’s always offered escape. It’s always been different. It’s a city with more than a little bit of attitude. A home to free thinkers, artists, entrepreneurs, eccentrics and…

Lunch in Brighton- Mange Tout Brighton

Mange Tout amour! Mange Tout has established itself on the Brighton dining scene as a location for social brunches, low intervention wines and an ingredient-led menu of French-inspired dishes. Drizzle over this excellent offering a soupcon of rustic chic and a passionate team and you have the Mange Tout recipe. But there’s more to this…

Moshimo Shoji Experience

The Shoji experience at MOSHIMO Book now Moshimo is one of the city’s largest and longest-running independent restaurants. They also have a reputation for bold statements. In 2010 they launched their Vegan Challenge which saw top chefs from around the city coming together to present an evening of Asian-inspired vegan dining to highlight the dangers…

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