Lush roasts at Libation Located a stone’s throw from the sea, on Second Avenue in Hove is Libation, a modern, stylish new bar and eatery. Comfy outdoor seating There is super comfy outdoor seating for those warm summer months and inside is a clean-lined combination of warm wood floors and furniture, on-trend dark grey paintwork,…

Impressive building The Plough dates back to the 1840s but was rebuilt at the turn of the last century and refaced in 1937. It is an impressive brick building standing next to the duck pond and village green, at the heart of picturesque Rottingdean, surrounded by beautiful old houses steeped in history. The evening we…

Very Independent Food Tours Food reviewer and photographer, Xavi, February 2017 It’s been nearly a week since I took the VIB Food Tours and I’m still very excited about it. Everyone should take this tour, foodie or not, locals and visitors alike, it even should be taught in schools and universities…. that’s how good it is! I’m at the…

Venetian Tapas Food reviewer and photographer, Xavi, February 2017 What’s not to like about Venice? The Mask Festival, Vivaldi, or a perhaps a Bellini, carpaccio and Soave if you want to get foodie. Well, Polpo is just that; a tribute to all good things from Venice, especially food! Relaxed atmosphere The humble décor and quiet ambiance…

I love your roast Nan, but The Salt Room’s is better… It has been a while since Lucy and I have had the chance to enjoy a nice walk with the thought of a great roast at the end of our journey.  It is wet and cold and I’m looking forward to being inside in…

Fish Thursday Buzz You may have heard a little buzz around Fish Thursday by some Brighton foodies recently. It is a relatively new evening hosted by Senor Buddha on Preston Circus in Brighton and occurs on the last Thursday of the month. The menu consists of four fish dishes, planned by head chef John Reed the…

Restaurants Brighton Reviewer, Lyndsey Stoner, February 2017 Jamie Oliver’s famous Italian restaurant chain has always been a firm date night favourite for my husband and I. I have treasured pre-kid dinner and Mojito’s-at-the-bar memories from a time long forgotten. We hadn’t ever thought to take our kids to our go-to haunt until last weekend, when…

Strongly recommend going here! Brighton Photographer & Reviewer, Emma Harrel, January 2017 Situated 20 minutes outside of Brighton in the scenic countryside of the South Downs, Wingrove House can be found in a small village called Alfriston. It’s a 19th century colonial-style Country House serving light lunches, dinner & traditional Sunday lunches. We were booked in for…

Good karma and great food at Moksha Caffé! Brighton Food Reviewer, Kitty Perrin, January 2017 Moksha is a Hindu term referring to the idea of liberation. This weekend I took my best friend to the London road Café Moksha for brunch, to liberate her from the mountain of A-level coursework neither of us has completed. A quirky,…

Perfect pockets of food! – Doughbo The Hobgoblin pub in Brighton has undergone some exciting changes recently. An escape room has opened upstairs and a new kitchen has moved into the garden. Keeping with the street food vibe, ‘Doughbo’ has taken up residency. Doughbo is the brain child of two friends – David and James…

The Bull is a traditional style pub with log fires for the winter and a large garden with children’s play area for the Summer. We are well known for our home made pizzas but also serve pasta, chicken and fish as well as daily specials.

Brighton Food Reviewer, Emma Pryke, December 2016 Just the tonic for two weary pals There are certain times in life when you seriously deserve a bit of RnR. Having a baby is most certainly one of those times, and whilst it wasn’t me getting to grips with the highs and lows of motherhood, one of…

A formidable feast from the comfort of home Deliveroo has taken Brighton by storm and I for one have jumped on the band wagon. These days, it’s impossible to venture onto the streets of Brighton without spotting a Deliveroo cyclist on a mission to deliver food from our favourite restaurants right to our doors. Now…

By Brighton Food Reviewer, Emma, December 2016 Travel back in time I’ve got a confession – I’m a picky pub patron. There are many pubs that I feel just don’t cut the mustard but get it right and I’ll be loyal for life. Lucky for me I can probably count on two hands my favourite…

Writing about food isn’t as easy as it looks. Cult Following – Terre à Terre, Brighton It’s especially challenging when one’s called on to write about the kind of food on offer at Terre à Terre, which is a complex panoply of ingredients, flavours and textures unlike anything you’ve probably eaten before. It’s the sort…

A fantastic wine tasting evening! I don’t think I know anyone that doesn’t like a wine tasting. They usually start off civilised, quiet and attentive, and as the third wine goes down they usually start to get a little wild and fun. Some are informative, some are more just ‘wine drinking’ and there are some…

A new reason to make your way to Lewes… Having lived in Brighton for nearly 5 years I am embarrassed to say that tonight is going to be my first time in Lewes.  Just a 20 minute drive down the road, we are visiting the recently opened Aqua restaurant.   From taking a quick look…

Zero Waste Brighton Food Reviewer, Anna Pearce, Nov 2016 It’s little surprise that the UK’s first ‘zero waste’ restaurant found its home in eco-friendly Brighton. Silo, which opened in 2014 on one of the North Laine’s more residential roads, is ‘designed from back to front, always with the bin in mind.’ by using local ingredients and dealing…

A Cosy Café for Colourful Thai Cuisine Previously the chef of the Sunday Thai Menu at The Office pub on Sydney Street, there is a good chance some of you may already be familiar with Tookta’s Thai cooking. You may also like.. Thai restaurants in Brighton and Hove  Foodie Things to Try in Brighton The…

Celebrate the Weekend There’s nothing like going for Brunch on a Saturday morning to celebrate the arrival of the weekend. Like most people, my weekends are so precious I always feel the urge to mark it in some way, and usually this involves food in one way or another. When I ask my Mum if…

Brighton’s ‘Best New Bar’ Brighton Food Blogger, Eshé, Nov 2016 It had been a long week (although it was only Tuesday) and I couldn’t think of a better way to unwind from it than dressing up and heading out for after work cocktails. HarBAR, my destination that evening, is one of the newest cocktail bars to hit Brighton’s…

The Joy of a Gut Busting Breakfast Brighton Food Reviewer, Kitty Perrin, November 2016 “Everything was better in the 70s,” my 62 year-old father frequently reminds me, reminiscing about this time of better music, fashion, nightlife, politics and apparently even food! Being a Northerner, my dad has always loved a full English breakfast.  Any meal  is…

A Brighton Institution! As an institution of Brighton which has been going for over 30 years, most Brightonians have at least heard of Gars but more would be a frequent diner there. Unfortunately, I am in the former category. I have always known of Gars having walked past there many times but I have never…

Fantastic food with a great atmosphere Brighton Food Reviewer, Emma Harrel, October 2016 I’ve been wanting to try Libation for a while, since I went there for a drink whilst waiting for a seat to free up at Fatto a Mano. When I was there, I really liked the ambience and the food looked great! It’s situated…

The Royal Oak is a large, gastro pub in the pretty village of Poynings, West Sussex, at the foot of the South Downs and a hop, skip and jump from both Brighton and Steyning and the surrounding villages.

A nostalgic evening at Fourth and Church Brighton Food Reviewer, Xavier D. Buendia, October 2016 Foodie Zen Friday evening sounded just perfect to be invited to write a review at Fourth and Church. While I waited for my friend to arrive, I was offered a beer… the perfect excuse to tell my senses that work was over…

Burgers delight! Lucky Beach is a restaurant on Brighton’s seafront inside what used to be a fisherman’s arch, just a 5 minute walk (if that) from Brighton Pier. There’s a strong essence of sustainability in the way Lucky Beach is run, from the furnishings (which are all up cycled from various sources), to the food (which…

A superb family friendly country pub Brighton Food Reviewer, Lyndsey Stoner, October 2016 Set in the heart of West Sussex, The Sportsman pub has been a focal point of the Cuckfield community since the 1800’s. Just a 10 minute drive up the A27 from Brighton you’ll find yourself immersed in countryside, and The Sportsman Pub ready to host.…

Sunday roast with sophistication My mum always said: “When in Rome, do as the Romans do, that way your life will be easier wherever you go”. Today we do as Brightonians do and we are out on a Sunday for a roast instead of our usual aperitivo. This time we are at Semolina on Baker street.…

All to MARKET! Brighton Food Blogger, Eshé, October 2016 What was once Graze on Western Road, has been transformed into the MARKET restaurant and bar. Just over a year ago the premises had a big refit, to the extent that it’s hardly recognisable as the same restaurant. Now, inside and out, it’s a bold Victorian green. You might…

Sunday brunch at Curry Leaf Cafe Book a table at Curry Leaf Cafe Book Close As a Brit, Indian food isn’t the first thing I’d think of eating for Sunday brunch, I must confess. Meat Full Indian However, 2014 started on a high note for me with a glorious five-week stint travelling around southern India,…

A locally-sourced Sunday roast The Crabtree is a stunning family-run pub set in the beautiful Sussex countryside, just south of Horsham, serving locally-sourced, seasonal food, organic wines and real ales. It is open daily from 10am so you can pop in for coffee and treat yourself to a scrumptious cake made by Sian the pastry…

A Contemporary Setting For Some Street Food Dining Brighton Food Reviewer, Sarah Gathercole, October 2016 Street Thai is located in the heart of The Lanes, although a little hidden away, in Brighton Square – a location that historically has proven tricky for some. Seeing many shops and cafes come and go over the years, Street Thai…

Delicious Food in A Fun Environment After a long day at work, I met my hubby for a drink and we decided we needed something fresh and fast. Sometimes date night doesn’t need a white table cloth and wine glasses, but just delicious food that will fill you up and a fun atmosphere; and that’s…

Fatto a Mano Hove – your new neighbourhood pizzeria Brighton Food Reviewer: Sarah Gathercole, October 2016 It’s the new kid on the block, and the residents of Hove are super excited about Fatto a Mano coming to Church Road if the queues outside tonight are anything to go by!  Granted, it is prime time on a Friday…

Fantastic atmosphere & food Brighton Reviewer, Emma Harrel, September 2016 The Talbot sits in the heart of the picturesque Cuckfield Village, just twenty minutes drive out of Brighton. It’s easy to find on the high street, and after 6pm has free parking on the road outside. It’s a large venue split into the pub and restaurant with…

A Classic Italian Experience Brighton Food Reviewer & Photographer, Xavier, October 2016 A Brighton Institution Al Duomo is an institution in Brighton’s ever growing Italian food scene. What I particularly like of them is the variety in their food offering; the menu is composed of a healthy mix of classic and modern dishes suitable for…

A Truly Pan-Indian, Modern Dining Experience! Brighton Food Reviewer, Anna Pearce, September 2016 Offering authentic, Indian food to the city of Brighton since 2001, Indian Summer’s success has gone from strength to strength over the years. Founded by Minesh Agnihotri (who previously made medical prosthetics) and Byron Swales (whose family was forced to flee Burma in a…

Mexican dining to put a smile on your face! A Firm Favourite Carlito Burrito is one of my favourite places to eat in Brighton, and I’m certain I‘m not alone. From their £5 lunchtime burrito deal, to their authentic range of Mexican street food to share, not to mention their fabulous cocktails. It’s the most…

Let’s head to the beach to Ohso Social! Brighton Food Reviewer, Rachel Gregory, Jul 2016 Brighton attracts thousands of tourists every year with the pebbled beach being one of its biggest attractions. Ohso Social is situated on the beach next to the pier, it offers stunning views, a heated terrace and a great selection of…

A true Brighton Pizzeria Lucy and I have been waiting for the refurb of Morelli Zorelli and finally tonight, we are heading back in to Hove to give it a try.  Recently, we have moved to the London Road end of Brighton but visiting Hove is always a treat and nice to be back in…

Extremely Authentic Thai food! Walking into Hove from Brighton along Western road takes you past an endless row of appealing looking restaurants, cafes and bars of all varieties under the sun. Greek, Lebanese, Italian and Chinese eateries all make an appearance until, just as Western road turns into Church road, quietly sits our destination for…

The best dining experience, you have to go! Isaac At is all about the ingredients and an interactive dining experience. The concept around it is: locally sourced, seasonal produce with big flavours using modern techniques. The seasonal set menu (which consists of around seven dishes) changes weekly depending on what’s readily available from local food…

A Wonderful Sharing Sunday Roast Right in the heart of Brighton just moments from the beachfront, tucked away on one of Brighton’s quaint lanes, The Coal Shed stands proud; it’s signature steely grey luring you in. I knew only of the Coal Shed by reputation prior to our family Sunday lunch, a reputation which had…

A Great Sharing Experience – Sharing The Love I love eating out, and I love eating out with friends. I’m a sharer – the type that will insist on you trying my dish and expecting the same in return (whether you like it or not). Why have one meal when you can try two (or…

Exciting things are afoot at Proud Country House! Brighton Food Reviewer, Laura, September 2016 Grand Surroundings Formerly Stanmer House, this stunning Grade 1 listed Georgian mansion stands in pride of place at the heart of Stanmer Park. It was built in 1722 for the ill-fated Pelham family who, crippled by inheritance tax, were forced to sell in…

Put Your Senses To The Test Brighton Food Reviewer & Photographer, Xavier, September 2016 Silo is the first zero waste restaurant in the U.K. led by chef and owner Doug McMaster who has an impressive curriculum behind his cheffing experience. His vision of reducing waste, improving food habits by using ancient and modern techniques and sourcing food that…

What Makes A Wine Natural? There is a lot to discover about natural wines as producers are constantly evolving and improving their methods. We understand that natural wines are those produced naturally from grapes without adding or removing anything during the wine making process. The result is a true reflection of the land where that…

An Outstanding Lunch Experience Tucked away just off West Street is one of Brighton’s best restaurants which has got an incredible reputation for unique ideas, exceptional service and sensational steaks, the Coal Shed. I have had the luck of frequenting The Coal Shed many a time, and in fact my first ever Restaurants Brighton review…

They really are the Better Half! It is a lovely Wednesday evening, the sun is shining and Lucy and I want to spoil ourselves and avoid the kitchen at home.  No longer living in Hove it has been a while since we have visited the great pubs in that area and I miss them, so…

Calling all vegans, veggies & pizza lovers! Brighton Food Reviewer, Carissa Wyten, July 2016 Calling all vegans, vegetarians and Italian pizza lovers – Brighton welcomes a new addition to the Italian food scene; PUREZZA. As UK’s first plant-based pizza restaurant, Purezza (‘purity’ In Italian) offers an exciting array of vegan and vegetarian options to a beckoning audience. Formed…

Traditional country pub with delicious food Brighton Food Reviewer, Emma Harrel, August 2016 Just North of Brighton between Hurstpierpoint and Cuckfield, (around a 30 minute drive) there’s a traditional country pub called The Sportsman which is on Goddards Green. It’s a grade II listed building that boasts character with an abundance of outdoor space that surrounds the…

Tasty Indian & Relaxed Dining Experience Brighton Food Reviewer, Ross Byatt, Aug 2016 Book a table at Curry Leaf Cafe Book Close A Warm Welcome I have the pleasure of meeting up with an old friend, Chris and after a couple of beers in town we head to grab some food. Chris is a massive fan…

Finding a good roast in Brighton – it’s a Breeze! The Breeze Brasserie is located right in the middle of Brighton’s North Laine area, at one end of Trafalgar Street.  It has an inviting exterior, with a scattering of tables under the awning to offer al fresco dining on those summer days. Inside, it has…

A Social Conscience & It Won’t Break The Bank Brighton Food Reviewer, Emma Harrel, Aug 2016 Lots of Choice Too Good To Go is a social enterprise dedicated to reducing food waste. The idea is that through using their app you can order delicious food that would otherwise be thrown away from prices as little as £2 up…

Fine food in a stunning setting Picture this, we’re rolling through the Sussex countryside happily, looking forward to a lovely dinner out and pleased to have escaped the summer bustle of the city. Happy days! Then the sat-nav dies. Panic ensues, we’re going to be late! Where the hell is Lower Beeding? How many times…

Taking Brighton by Storm Brighton Food Reviewer, Sarah Gathercole, Aug 2016 Franco Manca is one of Brighton’s newest restaurants and already one of its most popular. Having already tested the water across London since 2008, Franco Manca has now arrived in Brighton. It’s safe to say our city has cemented itself as a hotspot for fantastic…

A Sunny Spot for a Different Kind of Brunch Brighton Food Review, Emma Harrel, Aug 2016 Stylish yet Comfortable No. 32 Duke Street is a restaurant, bar and late night club venue in the heart of The Lanes that serves a delicious variety of food. It’s quite a large venue with two floors and three…

Exceedingly Good Roasts Weather wise it’s a peach of a Sunday afternoon and along the way to the Hove Place bistro pub, at the top of First Avenue, I ask my accompanying friend Dave whether he’s ever eaten here before, having not myself. Turns out that he has, casually remarking that it was one of…

Living Up To Expectations! When I was asked to visit Semolina I was delighted to accept as it had been on my radar of a place to visit since I set eyes on it back in January. And boy did it live up to my expectations! Sleek Interior Situated just off the London Road, in…

A top sustainable brunch spot! Brunch, in my opinion is something that one cannot have enough of, especially when it is done well. It certainly sets the day up to be a good one, and generally keeps you going until tea time too. Up there in my favourite pastimes is finding the best brunch spots…

A taste of Italy Drawing from vast Italian culinary traditions, Edendum is the latest independent venture to join the Brighton eating out scene. Set up by northern Italian natives Diago and Lorenza, their background story is by definition ‘authenticity’ at its finest. Despite there being a wealth of Italian restaurants in Brighton, Edendum promises to…

Reaping The Rewards. Head chef Murrali’s philosophy is: “if you do your job perfectly and honestly, you will reap the rewards”, and the perfect, honest food at Eastern Eye reflects just that. Looking out to London Road Located at the Preston Park end of the up and coming London Road, Eastern Eye is what I…

Open Dining Book a table at 64 Degrees Book Close The term ‘open dining’ conjures up images of group therapy sessions – a kind of Foodies Anonymous, where earnest ingredient hunters fess up to the fact it’s been three days since they last tasted baobab or freekeh. In fact, it’s the term coined for the…

Delightful, new independent cafe! Brighton Food Reviewer, Laura Stevens, July 2016 In the middle of the Marina Square shopping precinct, just off the Waterfront and a short walk from the harbour and the cinema, is a delightful new independent café. Impossible to miss with its striking red blossom motif, The Cherry Tree brings you a…

Fresh Flavours, Fresh Decor Brighton Food Reviewer, Isabella Cipirska, July 2016 Local Customers You would never guess that Café Plenty is only three months old. Confidently decked out in a distinctive décor and with an impressively wide menu, it already has a strong personality and- as immediately apparent from its bustling atmosphere- a loyal customer following.…

A Showcase of Vegetarian Flavours – Terre à Terre Brighton A Kid In A Candy Shop The prospect of reviewing the latest Terre à Terre menu is, to a vegetarian, like a being kid in a candy shop. Even for Brighton-based veggies, lucky enough to have a plethora of good quality vegetarian restaurants on the door…

Fun for all the family! Brighton Food Reviewer, Lyndsey Stoner, July 2016 The Bucket & Spade Café is set just below King’s Street, nestled into the Victorian arches just a stones throw from the Beach and the new British Airways i360. As child friendly locations go you would be hard pressed to find one better…

Simple Pleasures The Cricketers is Brighton’s oldest pub. Since 1547 it has been on this very spot in the old Brighton lanes, and with its cobbled stone floors and thick luxurious carpets – not to mention the Victorian splendour of the tiled walls in the toilets, it really is a charming traditional pub, full of…

A Must Try! The Urchin in Hove is one of those places that has been on my list of “must try” eateries for some time but one that I had yet to get round to. Having heard lots of good things about the classy pub that serves excellent shellfish and craft beer, my time finally…

Brighton Food Reviewer, Brittany Hart, June 2016 Book a table at Curry Leaf Cafe Book Close Happy Summer Everyone! My favourite time of year in Brighton, sundresses, sunshine, and sexy food everywhere! Lunch date anyone? Yes please! So on a particularly sunny lunchtime I found myself strolling through the lanes towards the seafront and popped…

A ‘Zero Waste’ Brunch Review: Silo Restaurant, Brighton Brighton Food Reviewer, Natalie, September 2016 Silo opened as I moved to Brighton, almost two years ago, and it couldn’t have been better timing for an eco-conscious food lover like me. In the last couple of years it has gained a reputation for being the most ethically minded joint…

Brighton Food Reviewer, Emma Harrel, June 2016 Traditional English Fayre The Oak Barn is a traditional style restaurant with English fayre, just a fifteen minute drive out of Brighton in the countryside of Burgess Hill. It’s situated next to a nine hole golf course if you fancy a game after eating here. The building is a…

A Sophisticated Seaside Choice! Going alfresco on Brighton seafront As concepts go, a seafood restaurant located 300 metres from the crest of a wave is a pretty good one. And while Brighton might lack the glitz (and weather) of Miami Beach it more than makes up for it with individual style and quirky food scene.…

Going ‘out out’ at Hotel du Vin Brighton Food Reviewer, Emma Pryke, June 2016 There’s certain Brighton venues that will always strike a chord in me after living in this city for over a decade. One of these is Hotel Du Vin, which stands in all it’s gothic glory at the end of Ship Street…

Wow… Brighton Food Reviewer, Ross Byatt, June 2016 Isaac At have started serving a lunch menu on Saturdays and Lucy and I are lucky enough to be attending the first sitting; is there a better way to begin a day than going for a luxurious lunch? It is Kemptown Carnival and there is real buzz…

An Easy Ten Out Of Ten! Brighton Food Reviewer, Jodie Wallis, June 2016 As we approached Kiki’s for our impromptu lunch ‘somewhere new’, my best friend Kerri and I both commented on how cheerful it looked from the outside. With bright sunshine yellow canopies hanging over the outside tables, and beautiful flowers littering the front…

A Triumphant Visit! Brighton Food Reviewer, Emma Harrel, June 2016 Limes of Lindfield is an elegant, small restaurant in the heart of the picturesque village of Lindfield, situated in West Sussex – forty minutes north of Brighton. It has a relaxed and stylish feel about it and very friendly staff. I was welcomed with a…

The Creperie are now completely gluten free! Brighton Food Reviewer, Ginny Sanderson, June 2016 Crème de la crème of all things crepe, The Creperie has just made its entire menu gluten free. The owner, Pete, told me why they decided to take the gluten free road: We had been receiving really positive reviews of our savoury…

Finger licking courtyard fun! Brighton Food Reviewer, Laura Stevens, June 2016 Over the course of the last year the fabulous Old Bank restaurant has become one of our firm favourites. Sitting in Kemp Town, near the sea front, in a lovingly converted old-fashioned bank, this fantastic cheery restaurant unashamedly caters to dedicated devourers of meat.…

A sustainable Sussex burger triumph! Book a table at Coggings & Co Book Close Brighton Food Reviewer, Ross Byatt, June 2016 I was delighted to be asked to attend Coggings & Co for a burger review. Being one of Brighton’s leading burger establishments, I am ashamed to say this is my first visit. In a…

Vegetarian and vegan options that compete with the striking menu! Brighton Food Reviewer, Ginny Sanderson, June 2016 Powered by solar energy and a love for organic beers, The Earth and Stars pub offers highly sophisticated pub grub, including a rapturously creative vegan menu. As the name suggests, it has kind of a pagan feel with…

Brighton Drink Reviewer, Xavi, May 2016  Oki-Bar is bound to become a hotspot for those who like to venture into new flavours in their drinks. Located in central Brighton on top of Oki-Nami they describe the bar as: our little intimate drinking den above the main restaurant. Under the stewardship of manager Sean DeRosa and his…

Brighton Food Reviewer, Ross Byatt, May 2016 Lunching in the North Laine… I finally have a week off work and cannot wait to relax and enjoy the great food that Brighton has to offer. Having visited the Foodies Festival at the weekend it has reconfirmed how great local and freshly cooked produce can taste. The sun…

Classic Pub Grub! Brighton Food Reviewer, Laura Stevens, May 2016 Next door to the fabulous Hotel Du Vin, at the sea front end of Ship Street in the Lanes, is its more laid-back younger sibling, the Pub Du Vin. The Pub Du Vin aims to combine good old-fashioned pub atmosphere with contemporary British food and…

Pho-nomenal! Brighton Food Reviewer, Emma Harrel, May 2016 The Big Bowl is a family run Vietnamese restaurant in the centre of Brighton on Preston Street. It’s the perfect place to meet for lunch or an inexpensive dinner, and at the quality and prices I will definitely be going back! Small and friendly Even though it’s…

Brighton Food Reviewer, Laura Stevens, June 2016 Old Meets New The Dyke Pub & Kitchen is a vast mock Tudor style pub on Dyke Road just a stone’s throw from Dyke Road Park and the recently installed Brighton Open Air Theatre. Built in 1895, but recently updated with a fresh, trendy new look, it is now…

Warm Happy Bellies! Brighton Food Reviewer, Ginny Sanderson, April 2016 There is a place somewhere between Preston Road and Dyke Road in Brighton where you could have been transported to a North London street. Nestled somewhat out of town in a residential area, Joe’s Cafe gives you the feeling of being involved in a local…

A Taste Of The Sea! Book a table at The Salt Room Book Close Aah the Salt Room. Somewhere I have been dreaming about going for months, and know all I can think about is when I can next go back. The Salt Room is a high quality seafood restaurant situated on Kings Road, just…

All About Quality Ten Green Bottles is a wine bar and shop located on 9 Jubilee Street right in the heart of the North Laine. Even though the name might be inspired by the nursery rhyme, Simon Broad and his team mean serious business when it comes to wine and that’s clearly reflected on their suggested…

Fun And Relaxed Education! Brighton Food Reviewer, Ross Byatt, May 2016 I had the great pleasure of visiting Morris and Jacques for an evening of fun, great company and, of course, a wonderful array of wine. Morris and Jacques is located in Kemptown, not too far away from the Old Steine. A great little coffee…

Seriously Good Gluten Free Food Book a table at The Chilli PickleBook Close What most people who haven’t been to India before think of when they picture Indian food is: spicy, oily curries, naan bread, maybe some tandoori chicken, saag paneer and poppadoms, right? I know that that was pretty much the extent of my…

A Wonderful Combination Of Flavours! I first visited Pelham House on a glorious summers day in July. Dressed to impress, a group of my girlfriends and I had booked a long table outside on their terrace ready to wine and dine our friend for her birthday. We had such a lovely day, the service was…

So Much Choice For Gluten Free! Book a table at The Schooner Book Close I had first heard of The Schooner a few months ago when a couple of my friends went there to try the Sunday Roast. It is a lovely gastro pub situated by the Brighton port and lady bee marina, just past…

Veggie and Vegan feast! With its cow-patch splotted exterior, it’s hard to miss the wacky Wai Kika Moo Kau when you are wandering through the North Laine. Buzzing with people on a Saturday lunch time, the interior is bustling and warm and a little bit higgledy piggledy which suits the cafe’s name. The menu describes…

A Lovely Local Spot! Brighton Food Reviewer, Georgie Luxford, May 2016 Morris and Jacques is a lovely little place nestled between the surrounding businesses half way up St James Street on the right hand side. Once inside you feel a world away from the hustle and bustle of the busy town. The place is beautifully…

Breakfast at Bills After living in Brighton for nearly 4 and a half years, you would be surprised that I had never visited Bills. I had heard mixed reviews from lots of different people, so I had always been apprehensive about going, as there were always other places that I knew were going to be…

A Wonderful Brighton Gem! Once again Saturday morning brunch options are a major decision of the weekend for Lucy and I. Recently moving from Hove to Brighton it seemed fitting to visit one of our favourite haunts and do a Market restaurant review; the sun is shining and the walk will help build up that…