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…

I wish, I wish, with all my might… For some time I had become quite captivated by the rumours I had heard about Chard Brighton, the resident pop up at Cafe Rust on London Road. I had oogled over many a tantalising instagram photo and became obsessed by the want to visit when I read…

The weekend buzz at GB1 I discovered GB1 – The Grand hotel’s seafront restaurant – last year when I visited on a Thursday night. Impressed by the seafood-focused menu and relaxed ambience, I was delighted to be invited back for a Friday night, when the restaurant and adjacent bar have a real weekend buzz. The…

Aren’t Country Clubs just for members? Wickwood’s Country Club and Glass House Restaurant (rosette awarded) is tucked away down a tree-lined road between Hove and Henfield. It’s an unassuming building from the outside and easy to drive past without really noticing. I’ve never ventured inside a Country Club before, so was unsure of what to expect. To…

Breakfast at Grow 40 ‘Early morning Saturday’ in almost any other town or city is probably around 8am, the North Laine however has it’s own opinion on that, a slow start at 10am seems the standard, with 11am feeling a little over zealous on weekdays. So it was that at an ‘early by Brighton standards’…