I’m huuuuungreeeeeeee Filling the holidays can be more demanding than your day job, so we thought we would make things a little easier for you. Not least of your worries is making sure meals happen when hunger strikes and that growing spurts get fuelled with something that’s good, not just convenient. So when you’re out…

Afternoon Tea Brighton – Our Guide Cakes, scones and savoury treats served with lashings of speciality tea or a glass of fizz: what could be more British than an afternoon tea? And with Brighton’s historic hotels, pioneering restaurants and quirky cafes, our city is brimming with places to indulge in the ritual. Take your pick from our list…

Brighton & Hove Restaurant Awards are Back! The BRAVOs have returned for their third year! In 2018 27,053 votes were cast as members of the public gave BRAVOs to over 400 Sussex-wide venues and across 16 categories, establishing the competition as a central part of the local food and drink events calendar. With the voting…

GungHo Brighton Talks Sustainability Julien Barnett, owner of GungHo Brighton and mixologist extraordinaire is also a strong sustainability advocate. We’re not just talking paper straws here, with GungHo Julien proves that it is possible to create inspiring and fun solutions to a very real problem. Right now, it seems the word ‘sustainability’ is on everyone’s…

5 Things To Know About Persian Cooking Here in Brighton, we are spoilt for choice when it comes to international cuisine. In an attempt to know a little more about Persian cookery, we chat to Shiraz Restaurant on Western Road who specialises in Iranian dishes cooked over charcoal. From the different ways to cook rice…

Dry January: six sin-free drinks 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 six of our favourites: Cold Brew Tonic – at Plateau If January has you feeling a little lost,…

How to do Veganuary in Brighton and Hove ‘Veganuary’ – going vegan for January – is set to be more popular than ever this year, thanks to increasing awareness about food production, which is blamed for 25% of all greenhouse gas emissions. Recent studies reveal that cutting out meat and dairy could vastly reduce your…

Healthy Eating when eating out There’s no need to let your good intentions slip when you eat out. Here are ten healthy eating tips to keep you on track… 1. Eat a healthy breakfast Do this for better concentration, more energy and easier weight control. Look for a balance of wholegrain and protein which is easy…

Food trends 2019 The past years have seen an increase in awareness of food origins, focus on sustainability and taking responsibility for waste products. Whilst the international, political and environmental arenas all look pretty uncertain for the year ahead, foodies seem united in eating their way to a solution. We ask the people whose job…

Comfort food roundup When it’s nasty on the outside you want something that will help you feel good on the inside. Food that makes you feel warm and cosy whatever the weather may tend to be a bit carb heavy, but nobody cares about your beach bod when you’re wearing a woolly jumper. So brace yourself…

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