Helping our hospitality community stay healthy Our food and drink scene is one of the most celebrated aspects of Brighton life, as well as the largest single contributor to employment and the local economy. As well as ensuring we stay healthy, here are a fewways that you can support our much-loved independents and help keep…

The Greekbream We chat to Alexandros Tzimos, head chef at Nostos restaurant in Hove, as he shows us how to make their delicious Greekbream dish – whole sea bream baked in a salt crust. This traditional Mediterranean recipe dates back to 330 BCE.  Iconic Greek cuisine at Nostos The interior at Nostos is modern…

Unforgettable Dining at Cyan Launched in November 2019, Cyan promises more casual dining than its exclusively fine-dining predecessor at The Grand Brighton. With the same Head Chef ,Alan White, the refurbished venue has a more relaxed, contemporary vibe which is not to the detriment of the premium hospitality GB1 previously boasted. A new look with…

The lobster club sandwich We chat to Luke, executive chef at Kemptown Project as he shows us how he makes their signature Lobster Club Sandwich dish at Redroaster in Brighton. This dish is listed under their comfort food part of their menu and includes prawn toast, lobster and crayfish, sambal aioli, bacon, tomato and leaves…

Nestled Napoli Set just a stone’s throw away from the Kemptown seafront, you’ll find Woodbox Pizzeria nestled in between the terraced flats. The vibrant blue of the exterior punches through the neutral surroundings, a real focal point on Paston Place, tempting you to take a peek inside. Since 2017, Neil and the team at Woodbox…

A Taste Sensation at Coppa Club Big City in Brighton If you find yourself needing an escape from the Brighton buzz, a short walk through the lanes will allow you to discover the newly opened Coppa Club in Brighton Square. Starting in 2015, Coppa Club promised to be an all day, every day hang out…

The Urchin is Five The end of February marks the fifth birthday of The Urchin. Almost exclusively serving shellfish, craft ale and select wine, hidden away on Hove’s Belfast Street (that’s just behind the big Tescos, for those who only know Hove by major landmarks) this local pub has gained national acclaim and bucked the…

Quirky boutiques and kooky cafes Nestled in the bustling North Laine, Kooks has been on the Brighton brunch scene since 2015 when Rebecca Monk took over and created an established independent favourite for coffee, cocktails and a ‘kooky’ food menu. We were warmly welcomed by Rebecca and shown to our table where we had a…

Starfish and Coffee – The Prince of brunch on Queens Park Starfish and coffee, maple syrup and …ham?! Yes please! Run by Tony Marks, a previous Juice FM radio presenter with a history in hospitality. Tony has built this cafe from strength to strength by winning ‘Best Cafe Culture’ and ‘Best Brunch’ runner up 2019…