The word on everyone’s lips – Stoptober Teetotal, clear headed, cold turkey, as sober as a judge… whatever you want to call it, going booze free can be tough after a summer of late night Long Island ice Teas and bottomless brunches.  We’re here to lend a helping hand, giving you the heads up on…

Brighton Michelin Star 2020 Round-up The Michelin Guide is considered the gold standard in the culinary industry, its awarding of one to three Stars representing the pinnacle of achievement for a restaurant. In addition to the Michelin Stars, Michelin Bib Gourmand is awarded to establishments offering a more casual experience than would generally be considered…

The Great Moshimo Vegan Challenge The Great Moshimo Vegan Challenge was launched in 2009 and by the pioneering efforts of Moshimo co-owners, Karl Jones and Nicholas Röhl, it has become a major feature of the Brighton foodie calendar. Originally launched to highlight the threat of overfishing to the masses, the challenge brings together top chefs…

Brighton People | Nicholas Röhl Through the Fishlove campaign, Nicholas and Karl from Moshimo have done more to help transform the fishing industry than any other restaurant, anywhere. We speak to Nicky about which positive practices Moshimo have made and are making to save the planet; including Fishlove, Vegan Wednesdays and The Great Moshimo Vegan…

Eat Well For Less Pulling in the purse strings needn’t mean resorting to a strict diet of Lidl baked beans and misery. From discount codes to midweek meal deals, if you’re clever about it there’s plenty of ways to dine out without blowing the budget. Eat well for less is our roundup where saving money…

Why do we love Baqueano in Brighton so much? Newbies on the block, Baqueano in Brighton are paving the way with experimental yet authentic, homemade Argentine cooking in Brighton. From their family-led team to their Argentine cocktails, these are the reasons we love Baqueano in Brighton so much. Family Run Meet the family… they are…

Brighton Brunch Roundup For a city as social and foodie as Brighton brunch is the perfect weekend meal (other than a roast). As a meal it fulfils a social function that breakfast seems incapable of (no talking before coffee please), whilst also allowing for socially acceptable drinking before lunchtime. Generally served from anywhere between 11am…

Zero Waste Zero Waste Week, 2019, runs from 2nd – 6th September and is a time for businesses and individuals to look at changing the way we consume and manage the by-products of our consumption.  We’re using this week to look at those hospitality venues that are taking assertive action in general, not just in…

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 Brighton Guide to Afternoon Tea 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. Afternoon Tea with a difference At…

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