Polpo Brighton Vegan Review Polpo Brighton is one of the UK’s first Venetian tapas restaurants. Opening with its first venue in London they then expanded, opening up a number of other venues in London before venturing down to Brighton. A taste of Italy And what a perfect spot for it. Situated in central Brighton along…

Q&A Interview with Ten Green Bottles Ten Green Bottles, located in the North Laine, offers a great selection of fine wines to either drink in or to take away. There have been many a time here at Restaurants Brighton that the team at TGB have saved the day when choosing a wine for a dinner…

I wish, I wish, with all my might… For some time I had become quite captivated by the rumours I had heard about Chard Brighton, the resident pop up at Cafe Rust on London Road. I had oogled over many a tantalising instagram photo and became obsessed by the want to visit when I read…

The weekend buzz at GB1 I discovered GB1 – The Grand hotel’s seafront restaurant – last year when I visited on a Thursday night. Impressed by the seafood-focused menu and relaxed ambience, I was delighted to be invited back for a Friday night, when the restaurant and adjacent bar have a real weekend buzz. The…

Aren’t Country Clubs just for members? Wickwood’s Country Club and Glass House Restaurant (rosette awarded) is tucked away down a tree-lined road between Hove and Henfield. It’s an unassuming building from the outside and easy to drive past without really noticing. I’ve never ventured inside a Country Club before, so was unsure of what to expect. To…

Plateau Brighton – What’s Next? Plateau Brighton is a definite favourite spot for a laid back lunch with friends or a well overdue date night with a loved one. Low lighting and a minimalistic interior gives the venue an exclusive feel, while their non fussy sharing menu and easy going attitude to the wine list…

The vanguard of Indian dining Opening in 2001, Indian Summer was the first authentic Indian restaurant to open in the city, whilst a boom in Bangladeshi style ‘curry house’ was what most people in the UK considered Indian food to be. Nearly two decades later and they remain a strong favourite for locals and visitors…

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…