Kooks, boho bistro, North Laine, Brighton www.restaurantsbrighton.co.uk_2660

Quirky boutiques and kooky cafes Nestled in the bustling North Laine, Kooks has been on the Brighton brunch scene since 2015 when Rebecca Monk took over and created an established independent favourite for coffee, cocktails and a ‘kooky’ food menu. We were warmly welcomed by Rebecca and shown to our table where we had a…

Window seat with a potted plant on the table

Welcome to The Roundhill Walking into The Roundhill felt like visiting a friend and being welcomed into their living room. The décor is unassuming with lots of plants, warm low lighting and a homely vibe – we felt instantly comfortable as we were greeted by the owner Max who showed us to our table. A…

Review at Kindling

Seasonal sustainability – Kindling Brighton Experience With gentle light flickering from an open grill and a low-waste ethos at its heart, there are a few places across Brighton and Hove quite as accommodating as East Street’s newest fine food opening, and none more deserving of its name: Kindling. Nature at work The 45 cover restaurant’s…

The Dorset Sunday Lunch Review

The Sunday Roast experience at The Dorset The Dorset Bar and Kitchen, located in the heart of Brighton’s bustling North Laine has cemented itself as a firm favourite amongst Brighton’s pub regulars after standing strong for almost 200 years. An all-rounder In true classic pub style, The Dorset embodies all that you’d want from a…

Planet India Brighton

Thali Nights at Planet India Tucked away on Third Avenue, Planet India Hove(now closed) is an oasis of colour against the drab November evening upon which we pay a visit. Inside this majestic turn of the century, building is a restaurant sparkling with texture and character; it is uniquely Hove and uniquely Planet India all…