Wingrove House Review The drive from Brighton to Alfriston is an ideal start to an evening at Wingrove House. Leaving the city behind, you lose the A27 and wind your way down East Sussex lanes into this picturesque village in the district of Wealden. Country with a contemporary feel. The gratifyingly crunchy sound of tyres…

Step-up your Sunday Roast at the Independent Autumn is underway and, with the weekends getting darker and damper, we all need that little bit more incentive to get out and about. A lunch review at The Independent gave me the motivation I needed to brave the drizzle last Sunday. Walking from Hove to Hanover, I worked up an…

Shiraz Restaurant Review Shiraz, an authentic Persian restaurant in the heart of Hove. Shiraz restaurant is one of the oldest cities in Ancient Persia and is known for it’s wonderful food culture and social gathering experiences. When we first walked into the restaurant, it felt warm and cosy. Exposed brick covered the interior and antique…

The Walrus Supper Club, Vegan Review. The Walrus pub is a sprawling beast of a venue, extending grandly in height and depth, boasting a night club in its belly and a garden on its head. The main bar and restaurant is decorated in Victorian gloom whilst a closer inspection reveals little quirks of humour here…

Seasonal Sussex cocktails at Gungho GungHo bar isn’t your average bar. Specialising in seasonal cocktails, many of their ingredients are harvested from the owner’s allotment or foraged from the Sussex countryside. They also offer a great selection of craft beers, biodynamic wines and mocktails, as well as one-off seasonal creations like Elderflower ‘Sham’pagne. This sounded…

Polpo Brighton Vegan Review Polpo Brighton is one of the UK’s first Venetian tapas restaurants. Opening with its first venue in London they then expanded, opening up a number of other venues in London before venturing down to Brighton. A taste of Italy And what a perfect spot for it. Situated in central Brighton along…

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