Bourguignon masterclass with New Steine Bistro Classic French cookery done well is hard to come by with experimental small plate dining something everyone wants in on. No foam or emulsions required at New Steine Bistro though as their expertly put together classical menu has been a go to for French food fanatics for a long…

All aboard! Seafayre at The Independent Fresh, local seafood is landed daily along the South Coast and, while several Brighton restaurants celebrate this sustainable local food source, some do so more than others. One such establishment is The Independent, near Queens Park in Hanover. The Independent has always had a strong reputation for great food,…

All Aboard the 11X bus Brighton Brighton Buses has introduced a new route for the summer, the 11X bus Brighton. The journey will carry you out of the city into beautiful East Sussex, with culturally edifying and tastebud satisfying destinations dotted along the way. Leave the car keys at home and grab your sunglasses, this…

National Vegetarian Week -Vegetarian Vegan Brighton Brighton’s reputation as a vegetarian and vegan friendly city has been long established. Almost every one of the city’s restaurants and pubs will have plenty of non-meat or dairy options on their menus, with many others being dedicated purely to vegetarian and vegan dining. With plant-based eating continuing to…

Kooks in Brighton Found amongst the eclectic choice of cafes, bars and restaurants in Brighton’s trendy North Laine, Kooks in Brighton is a fantastic venue for any time during the day. Though we are partial to their home-baked cakes, flavour full burgers and expertly mixed cocktails, the Kooks brunch offering is one not to be…

Brighton Festival Roll up, roll up! For the merry month of May Brighton explodes into a carnival of culture with the Brighton Festival, Fringe Festival, Great Escape and Artist Open Houses all marking the beginning of what will hopefully be a long summer of fun, sun and entertainment. For the high-brow culture vultures, the vaudeville…

THE ZEN ART OF KUJIRA (くじら) If you are not getting your fill on Preston Street right now, please tell me where on Earth you are going to eat? The lively strip of free-for-all dining isn’t called ‘Restaurant Street’ for nothing. For me, it’s a place where you discover hidden gems that you tell your…

Kenny Tutt interview Bank manager turned chef proprietor at Worthing’s hottest new restaurant, PITCH, Kenny Tutt is one of Brighton’s fondest success stories. We catch up with Kenny ahead of his appearances at The Foodies Festival 2019 on Hove Lawns (May 3rd, 4th and 5th) where he reveals menu teasers for the new opening and…

Q&A with Laura from Small Batch Coffee Small Batch Coffee started ten years ago as a single coffee shop. Now, with eight cafes, Small Batch is considered one of the big players when it comes to coffee in Brighton. Their Brighton roastery guarantees fresh and quality coffee in every cup and the Pavillion inspired logo ensures…

5 Course Tasting menu at The Salt Room Sister restaurant to The Coal Shed, The Salt Room is Brighton’s specialist fish and seafood restaurant found below The Hilton Hotel with some of our cities best sea views. We are greeted warmly on arrival by our host and shown to our table which, in a month’s…

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