Brighton Pier

Wine and dine along Brighton’s promenade It’s the holy grail of summer holidays: finding that perfect place to eat –  a tucked away taverna or trattoria, with fresh sun-drenched ingredients, views across the sea and waves lapping at the edge of the table. New wave of restaurateurs Back home, there’s the weather to contend with…

Cat and Ange from Brighton Food tours

Meet Founders of Brighton Food Tours – Catriona Lane & Angela Brightwell Catriona Lane and Angela Brightwell set up Brighton Food Tours to tell the amazing story of Brighton’s independent food scene. They offer their signature V.I.B (Very Independent Brighton) Tour – taking foodies to off-the-beaten-track vendors and producers. What do you do and how…

Binari, Korean Restaurant, Brighton, Preston Street

A Snapshot of Korean Cuisine Korean food may have well hit its stride in the States, most likely for the fact that there is a relatively large population of Koreans (The United States has the second largest population of Koreans outside of Korea, according to a recent survey), but here in the UK, it has…

Brighton food blogger, Foodie Eshe

Foodie Eshé – Brighton Food Blogger Eshé is a Brighton-based blogger with a passion for good food. She shares her favourite food moments and stunning images on her popular blog, www.Foodie Eshe. After shamelessly stalking her on social media for some time we wanted to find out a bit more about Eshé and what she has on her…

Food writer, Tom Flint

Tom Flint – Food Booze and Reviews Tom is a freelance food writer who lives in Worthing and writes a regular food column for the popular Brighton Independent newspaper. After spotting him out and about we decided to find out a little more about Tom Flint and what makes him tick… Tell us about your…

The Restaurant at Drakes, Brighton, Fine Dining

Plates VS Slates, What Do You Think? I have a few bits of crockery at home made by a company called ‘people will always need plates.’ They sell a range of architecture inspired homeware, based on the premise that people will always need plates. You’d think so wouldn’t you? But if you’ve eaten out recently,…

DOG FRIENDLY RESTAURANTS BRIGHTON

Doggy Bags Explained Not so long ago we had a slightly awkward post meal encounter with a waitress. No, we weren’t querying the bill or pointing out that service was already included but my mother, who is both hard of hearing and plain of speaking (which means she often voices her plain thoughts at full…

Living off the land I consider myself as someone with a very healthy attitude towards food. By ‘healthy’ what I mean is that I wholeheartedly appreciate, enjoy and recognise good quality food. I don’t take it for granted, and I get a great deal of pleasure from purchasing, cooking and eating it. A fresh and…

london road, brighton, open market, blog post

Brighton’s New Shoreditch? Once one of the most run down areas of the city, London Road has been dubbed “the New Shoreditch” and, while you might want to take this with a pinch of salt, the salt is likely to be hand raked Sel de Carmargue, sourced form the new look Open Market’s Pacta Now…

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