HarBAR Cocktail Masterclass The conversation goes something like this: RB: Would you like to review cocktail making at the Brighton Harbour Hotel, HarBar? We’re doing a photo shoot too. Me: Yes, but I don’t want to be photographed, a camera lens in my face has the same effect as nerve gas. RB: Really? Me: Really.…

Savouring Sussex Tucked away in the North Laines, Issac At is an unassuming restaurant, which has been making waves since it opened in 2015. It’s owned by 24-year-old Isaac, who runs the kitchen with his team of young chefs. I’ve been hankering for an excuse to visit for a while, so I readily agreed to…

UNAPOLOGETIC FLAVOURS AT FOURTH AND CHURCH It actually feels like summer as we head off to sample small plates at Fourth & Church. The restaurant’s modest, tasteful wooden tables and glass shopfront is drenched in warm light. The lucky ones have already settled in to enjoy a bottle at sunset with their nearest and dearest.…

The Urchin Hove –  Review Having moved away from Hove a few years back, we are yet to have the pleasure of trying the food at The Urchin. We are very excited that on a warm Sunday afternoon today is the day. The Urchin is a wonderful, warm and inviting pub with a great beer…

Hilton Metropole Brighton –  Bottomless Brunch We’re lucky in Brighton and Hove to have an abundance of brunch options. Infact, I dare say that you could enjoy brunch at a different venue every weekend of the year if you so wished. Well, here’s another must-visit to add to the list: The Waterhouse Bar & Terrace…

The Better Half Pub On a Sunday evening after a gorgeous weekend in Brighton (which for the last month or so has been an unusually common occurrence), my partner Jonny and I vow to go until at least Wednesday without too much indulgence. This in our household predominately suggests no booze and dinners at home,…

Wake up to Breakfast at Drake’s restaurant in Brighton. A hearty hotel breakfast should set you up for the day in both body and mind. A tasty nutritious meal in an environment that makes you feel good. This is exactly what you get at Drake’s restaurant in Brighton. Seaside Boutique Set below stairs in this…

Gars Brighton The Chinese. A coveted part of the British menu, it’s as treasured as fish & chips, as cult as buttered crumpets and as comfortingly familiar as a steaming hot cup of milk-&-two-sugars-style builders’ tea. You’ll be hard pressed to find a UK resident who hasn’t at some point indulged in the Friday night…