Zama Restaurant Review There was a time when a typical visit to an Indian restaurant in the UK involved dining on oily, made-for-British-tastes curry, accompanied by pilau rice that looked like it had been sprinkled with hundreds and thousands. Brass food warmers topped orange-stained tablecloths; sepia images of Colonial India adorned the walls and traditional…

Why we love The Cleveland Arms Brighton From real old school boozer to fine dining gastro pub, Brighton is full of fantastic free houses to explore. One of our favourites is The Cleveland Arms Brighton, overlooking the beautiful Blakers Park near Five Ways.  From the staff to the Sussex produce, here are a few of…

Are you feeling Lucky? Lucky Beach Brighton Review The Lucky brand has made quite a name for itself over the last couple of years. As part of the Kemptown Project, Lucky not only boasts a long-term residency at The Temple Bar but also offers Northern Thai barbecue at Brighton’s premium roastery and cafe Redroaster, through…

Why we love Hixon Green, Hove Open from 6.30 am in the morning through to 11 pm at night, Hixon Green Hove is an all-day eatery that takes inspiration from the lavish Upper East Side of New York. With a focus on luxury and quality, Hixon Green is a head turner on Hove’s Church Road.…

A Wednesday Night at Bistro du Vin – Hotel Du Vin Review Wednesday night at the Bistro du Vin vibrates with quiet conversation; the gentle swing of the kitchen door adding pulse to the ambience. It’s good to see that mid-week dining has not gone out of fashion. The Bistro is part of the Hotel…

Drinking in the Sun with L’Atelier du Vin With more than 600 quality wines and 300 spirits, L’Atelier du Vin is no doubt Brighton’s best-stocked bar. But what makes this place really special is the level of talent and qualification the team has to offer. From Master Sommeliers to Michelin mentored mixologists, we found out…

A Carnival of cuisines For quite a small spot, which is essentially the intersection of roads all leading to more desirable spots, Preston Circus is a hub of fantastic food from around the world. It is a carnival of delight for those in the know, where small operations on tight budgets beguile the senses. With…

Interview on Sustainability with The Coal Shed Australian born Jess Archer is assistant manager at the highly successful Coal Shed and the driving force behind the restaurant’s sustainability programme, which has earned it recognition by the Sustainable Restaurants Association (SRA). We talked to Jess about her passion for the environment and her work behind the…

The Cleveland Arms review A traditional family-run spot which overlooks the beautiful green space of Blakers Park, The Cleveland Arms is the very definition of a community pub. Bright and cosy, the venue offers a generous space for yoga and pilates classes during the morning in their airy conservatory, extending their welcome to drinkers and diners throughout the…

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