Zama Restaurant Review There was a time when a typical visit to an Indian restaurant in the UK involved dining on oily, made-for-British-tastes curry, accompanied by pilau rice that looked like it had been sprinkled with hundreds and thousands. Brass food warmers topped orange-stained tablecloths; sepia images of Colonial India adorned the walls and traditional…

Are you feeling Lucky? Lucky Beach Brighton Review The Lucky brand has made quite a name for itself over the last couple of years. As part of the Kemptown Project, Lucky not only boasts a long-term residency at The Temple Bar but also offers Northern Thai barbecue at Brighton’s premium roastery and cafe Redroaster, through…

A Wednesday Night at Bistro du Vin – Hotel Du Vin Review Wednesday night at the Bistro du Vin vibrates with quiet conversation; the gentle swing of the kitchen door adding pulse to the ambience. It’s good to see that mid-week dining has not gone out of fashion. The Bistro is part of the Hotel…

The Cleveland Arms review A traditional family-run spot which overlooks the beautiful green space of Blakers Park, The Cleveland Arms is the very definition of a community pub. Bright and cosy, the venue offers a generous space for yoga and pilates classes during the morning in their airy conservatory, extending their welcome to drinkers and diners throughout the…

All aboard! Seafayre at The Independent Fresh, local seafood is landed daily along the South Coast and, while several Brighton restaurants celebrate this sustainable local food source, some do so more than others. One such establishment is The Independent, near Queens Park in Hanover. The Independent has always had a strong reputation for great food,…

THE ZEN ART OF KUJIRA (くじら) If you are not getting your fill on Preston Street right now, please tell me where on Earth you are going to eat? The lively strip of free-for-all dining isn’t called ‘Restaurant Street’ for nothing. For me, it’s a place where you discover hidden gems that you tell your…

5 Course Tasting menu at The Salt Room Sister restaurant to The Coal Shed, The Salt Room is Brighton’s specialist fish and seafood restaurant found below The Hilton Hotel with some of our cities best sea views. We are greeted warmly on arrival by our host and shown to our table which, in a month’s…

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