COSMIC PIZZA: COSMIC BY NAME… Whilst pizza seems like quite a straightforward dish – essentially a dough base smeared with tomato paste and topped with a combination of cheese, meat and veg – I can’t be the only person who is regularly underwhelmed when I dine out on this Italian staple. Surely delivering up a…

Style and substance at The Coal Shed for spring We’re very blessed when it comes to food in Brighton these days. Looking at the city’s vibrant, pioneering food scene today, it’s easy to forget how different things used to be. As hard as that might be to believe now, Brighton’s been through a huge transformation…

Jo Glazebrook, Community Kitchen Coordinator Can you tell us a bit about your role? I’ve been at the Food Partnership for 6 years now supporting community food growing projects and coordinating volunteers. Coordinating the kitchen is a new role for me and super exciting! My days are so varied Today I’ve been checking artwork for…

Outstanding French cuisine at Le Nantais Bistro! Le Nantais, literally “The Man from Nantes”, is a fantastic French bistro on Church Road, just west of Palmeira Square. On the bus route, and with a taxi rank nearby, it’s dead easy to get to and well worth the journey. Le Nantais in question is the brilliant…

Shh, it’s our little secret! Through a discreet entrance next to Grow 40 in Kensington Gardens, North Laine, is L’Atelier du Vin, Brighton’s newest and arguably most enchanting wine and cocktail bar. The 1920’s-style prohibition bootlegger bar Is the brainchild of award-winning cocktail-maker Steve Pineau and Master Sommelier Dimitri Mesnard who, between them, designed and…

Alison Nightingale – Albourne Estate Brighton restaurant goers will be familiar with Alison Nightingale and her wine, identifiable by its wildlife labelling and produced just eight miles out of the city on the Albourne Estate boutique vineyard, close to Hurstpierpoint. This spring her range of award winning still and sparkling wines are being joined by a…

The best way to do brunch in Brighton Going out for brunch always feels like a treat, but when’s the last time you did it properly? Forget standard bacon sarnies and builder’s tea – I’m talking eggs royale with smoked salmon, or a BLT with extra trimmings, plus coffee, cocktails and something sweet. Long, sociable…

Crowned Masterchef Winner 2018 Kenny Tutt Joins Foodies Festival in Brighton Foodies Festival, the UK’s biggest celebration of food and drink, returns to Hove Lawns 5-7 May Bank Holiday with a mouth-watering summer event and this year is excited to welcome MasterChef 2018 champion Kenny Tutt to the stage, who will be showcasing his award…

Award Winning Cafe Plenty Cafe Plenty Brighton is a cafe just off Brighton’s buzzing London Road. By day it serves up delicious cafe food and drinks, and by night it is a tap house. Cafe Plenty were winners in our Brighton Restaurant Awards Best Family Friendly category. They also placed in the top 20 for Best…

Murmur Restaurant Brighton – Review It’s been quite a while since I went out as a reviewer, but when the opportunity popped up to go to Murmur I couldn’t resist. I even got to bring along my friend Annie. Tucked away under the arches Murmur is tucked away under the refurbished arches very close to…

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