Smorl’s Brighton – Vegan Pitta Masterclass Not only do Smorl’s Brighton make, in our opinion, the best houmous you will ever taste, but they also serve hungry tummies, delicious and nourishing vegan lunches in Brighton’s Open Market. On the menu, a falafel bolognese, loaded salads, houmous pies, mezze cakes and their famous falafels pitta pockets, otherwise…

Food trends 2020 This year’s biggest food trends hone-in on health and sustainability. We’re becoming ever-conscious of the impact our food choices have on both the planet and our bodies. In response, we’re seeing a host of new plant-based products and innovative ideas that are helping us to eat well, and eat responsibly. Here’s your…

How to succeed at Veganuary 2020 Now in its seventh official year, Veganuary has inspired more than half a million people to go vegan for January. From animal welfare and personal health to sheer curiosity, there’s a whole host of reasons to get involved. If you’re tempted to sign up for Veganuary 2020 but are…

Show me the way to Amarillo In case you haven’t heard, something very exciting has been happening in The Lanes. Since September last year, Michelin starred chef Ian Swainson, has been quietly shaking up the Sussex food scene with his new pop-up restaurant, Amarillo. Taking over ‘Lost in the Lanes’ café on Friday and Saturday…

Dry January: Where does the best sin-free drinks in Brighton? Going alcohol-free for ‘Dry January’ doesn’t have to be all about tap water and fruit juices. In fact, many of Brighton’s non-alcoholic options are more tempting than beers and wines. Here are our favourite places to find some cracking alcohol alternatives in Brighton: Award winning…

I’m never drinking again… …so goes the drinker’s reproach. You’ve woken up with a marching band playing in your head, and a mouth like sandpaper. Somehow you’ve got to get back to a semblance of normality, you need the right food, or drink, but decision making is tough. Every morning after is as unique as…

The Sussex Ox review – Perfect escape from the city Book now Winter feasting at The Sussex Ox A country pub with its own organic farm, The Sussex Ox is unique. The beef comes from their own herd of cattle, the lamb is from their flock of sheep, and the pork on the menu is…

Macaron Masterclass with Julien Plumart Julian is a master of patisserie, macaron maker extraordinaire and owner of Julien Plumart cafe on Queens Road. Bringing a taste of Paris to Brighton, head here for brilliant coffee, specialty tea, and unforgettable cakes, pastries, and macarons. We were honored when Julien invited us in to learn the secrets…

Dinner at Drakes Booked in for a Friday, I’d been looking forward to my evening at Drakes all week. Facing the sea on Marine Parade, this fine-dining restaurant has been winning awards since it opened in 2004. Tucked away underground, it’s the perfect place to retreat to after a busy week. Cocktails first The Drakes…

FOURTH AND CHURCH If you live in Brighton, chances are you have either heard of or been to the brilliant FOURTH AND CHURCH. Specialising in small plates, wines by the glass and sherry, this venue stands out from the crowd in Brighton. We chat with Paul, co-owner at FOURTH AND CHURCH, about how he brings…

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