Noble Achievements at The Restaurant at Drakes It’s Sunday and the time is approaching 1pm, we are taking a stroll up and along Marine Parade, heading towards Kemptown, on our way to The Restaurant at Drakes, which is situated below the chic hotel of the same name. Broccoli soup It’s currently the highest scoring restaurant…

Start Your Day The Right Way! Brighton Food Reviewer, Ross Byatt, May 2016 It’s a Saturday morning and being rather excited about the up and coming football, Lucy decides it is best for me to have a hearty breakfast before she becomes a football widow for the day. I love writing food reviews and trying…

Something I Can Definitely Get On Board With! Brighton Food Reviewer, Emma Pryke, May 2016 Terre a Terre first came onto my radar around six years ago when I was searching for a vegetarian restaurant to take my sister to. Since then it’s become a firm favourite of mine and I’ve often popped in for…

A Perfect Foodie Sunday! Brighton Food Reviewer, Brittany Hart, March 2016 Happy Spring everyone! I absolutely love to watch the seasons turn, and as Brighton shakes off its cosy winter layers it’s time to get out and enjoy the sunny days again. On a particularly bright spring day I was lucky enough to be invited…

A Memorable Collection Of Dishes! Brighton Food Reviewer, Matt Ainscough, April 2016 Most people would agree that East Asian and Spanish cuisines are equally delicious in their own right, but fusing the two together…there were questions to answer. This was the topic of conversation as my friend and I walked along to Senor Buddha, a…

A Great Eat Without The Meat! Brighton Food Reviewer, Ginny Sanderson, April 2016 Loving Hut can be found tucked in Gardner street, one of the famous North Laine. It is a purely vegan global chain whose vision is to provide ethical food at affordable prices. While many vegan and vegetarian restaurants seek to present a…

A Refreshing Taste Of Spring Brighton Food Reviewer, Brittany Hart, April 2016 Spring is finally here, and you can see the signs everywhere! Daffodils are blooming, the days are getting longer, and all of Brighton’s best restaurants are bringing out their fresh Spring Menus, hallelujah! You may also like Food Things to do in Brighton…

Morelli Zorelli’s – Brighton and Hove’s little bit of Italy It was a Wednesday night, and it already felt like we had done a full week. You know that feeling, when the days of the week are dragging by and you’re just living for the weekend. On this particular Wednesday night, both my boyfriend and…

Not Just A Standard Pub Fare! Brighton Food Reviewer, Laura Stevens, April 2016 Situated in Black Lion Street, near the seafront, The Cricketers stands proud in the heart of the iconic Brighton Lanes. If you were to just happen past and wander in off the street expecting standard pub fare you would be in for…

The Breakfast Club, Family Feast Style! Brighton Food Reviewer, Brittany Hart, April 2016 Just a few minutes walk from the seafront and slap bang in the middle of The Lanes is The Breakfast Club. I have spent many a morning here sipping Mimosas and tucking into their Huevos Al Benny which are downright delicious. The…

Humble And Laid Back Vegetarian Vegan Cafe Brighton Food Reviewer, Ginny Sanders, April 2016 Rarely as a vegetarian do you come across somewhere where your diet is not sidelined but celebrated. Even more rarely is this the case for vegans. Brighton is the place to be for us; it hosts a number of varied and…

Mi casa es su casa – Traditional fare at Casa Don Carlos Brighton Food Reviewers, Sharna Waid & Rachel Gregory, March 2016 Sharna: Declared as “the best spanish food in town”, Casa Don Carlos, a quaint spanish tapas restaurant tucked in the heart of the Laines sings traditional cuisine and distinct Mediterranean authenticity. From its red and…

Friendly, Generous And Gluten Free! Brighton Food Reviewer, Chloe McKellar, March 2016 Finding a decent brunch in Brighton has proved difficult over the years, however recently there seems to be a growing trend of places offering unique and quality brunch, a world away from your standard greasy spoon. South African Inspired LangeLee’s is a South…

A Welcoming Escape From The Cold! Brighton Food Reviewer, Georgie Luxford, March 2016 Since seeing that Havana had up sticks to pastures new and No.32 had taken over the premises I had been keen to visit for some time to see how the building and menu had changed. It didn’t disappoint. The building from the…

Swap Your Lunchtime Sandwich For A Burger At Moksha Brighton Food Reviewer, Sarah Gathercole, March 2016 About The Place Moksha is an independent, family run café and restaurant on York Place opposite The Level in Brighton that prides itself on locally sourced, good quality food. It is open Monday through to Sunday from 7am to 6pm…

Simple, But Perfect In Every Way Brighton Food Reviewer, Laura Stevens, March 2016 The Rainbow Inn is an attractive flint-walled pub twenty minutes’ drive from Brighton, just the other side of the beautiful historic market town of Lewes. Once through the front door you find yourself in a quirky little parquet floored, wood-panelled lounge, complete…

Jamie’s Italian – Bloody Marvellous Good Simple Food We all know what we’re getting with the Jamie Oliver brand. The man has made us all more aware of the food we put in our shopping baskets, where that food comes from, what our children eat at school and that having an all-important passion for creating…

Not your average takeaway curry… Brighton Food Reviewer, Matt Ainscough, March 2016 This evening’s dinner should be one to savour, being as it’s coming from the Brighton institution that is The Chilli Pickle Canteen via gourmet takeaway specialists Deliveroo. The Chilli Pickle restaurant originally opened in the The Lanes area of the city on Meeting House Lane…

Great Value Without The Food Coma! Brighton Food Reviewer, Laura Stevens, March 2016 The very first Browns brasserie flung its doors wide in the heart of Brighton in 1973 and has, over the years, become a Brighton institution. The brilliant Bill Bryson even felt it worthy of an honourable mention in his travel book “Notes…

Cleverly Created With Perfect Proportions! Brighton Food Reviewer, Georgie Luxford, March 2016 Located just a short walk from Seven Dials, the Chimney House offers something for everyone from a cup of tea and a slice of cake, pint of Harveys, glass of prosecco, a cheeky little bar snack or a relaxed three course meal. They do…

A Deli Board of dreams plus mouthwatering steaks Brighton Food Reviewer, Laura Stevens, March 2016 Hove Place is a brilliant marriage of traditional British pub and high-end eatery. You can still find your classic pub grub, or sit in the beer garden with a pint but you can also indulge your taste buds with some truly…

Posh Fish and Chips at Stanmer Stanmer House is the elegant grade I listed manor situated in the big and beautiful Stanmer Park in Brighton. Once upon a time, the park was the estate of the house, all private until brought by Brighton Council in 1947. Stanmer House in all it’s glory! The house was built…

Brighton Food Reviewer: Jodie Wallis, March 2016 As we walked into the stylish but understated restaurant on Church road on a bitterly cold Thursday evening, the first thing I noticed was the music. The smooth and seductive voice of Ben E King filled the restaurant. I was quite surprised as I was preparing myself to…

Thai With A Difference Joint review,  Rachel Gregory and Sharna Waid January 2016 Hidden in a quaint fisherman’s cottage down the iconic Lanes overlooking Market Street is Giggling Squid – simple, fresh Thai food at its best. This is one of sixteen in its group across the UK, and with a £6.4m funding secured from Business Growth…

Climb every mountain… Brighton Food Reviewer: Emma Pryke, February 2016 The last time I cooked a roast at home was 2013. I remember the occasion, my friends were over, it was a Sunday and I felt like going all out. Fast forward three hours and I was a red-faced slightly hysterical mad-woman who had gone…

A Pub To Be Proud Of… Brighton Food Reviewer, Ross Byatt, March 2016 Book a table at The Schooner Book Close Its Sunday morning and myself and Lucy have been planning a lovely walk along Hove beachfront to Southwick to try The Schooner that we have heard such wonderful things about. Unfortunately, we open the…

Not Just For Gin! Brighton Food Reviewer, Georgie Luxford, March 2016 The Office is a great pub on Sydney Street in the heart of the North Laine. It has been there for years and is a place that I frequented regularly in my younger years! It has always been known for the Thai kitchen there…

Brighton Food Reviewer, Laura Stevens, February 2016 Open since July 2015, Skyfall is a stylish new addition to the ever-evolving Hove restaurant scene. Situated on Church Road, not far from Palmeira Square, Skyfall is dead easy to get to by bus or by car and there is plenty of metered parking in nearby Grand Avenue.…

Chaula’s Home Delivery Brighton Established Indian restaurant Chaulas has two locations, one in central Brighton and another in the historic town of Lewes to the east of the city. This evening though there’s no need to walk down to restaurant or even contemplate catching the train to Lewes; charming as they both are. The restaurants’…

You Will Go Back… Brighton Food Reviewer, Ross Byatt, February 2016 Work has been very busy and the weekend is a welcome break. Lucy and I wrap up warm and brave the cold winds on this Saturday afternoon, heading in to town for a spot of lunch. After a meander through North Laine, we pull…

Not Just For A Special Occasion! Brighton Food Reviewer, Lizzie Enfield, February 2016 The last time I had lunch in Hotel du Vin it was graduation day and full to bursting with excited students clutching evidence of their academic achievements and proud parents ordering champagne to celebrate. It is the kind of place you might…

Indian Summer new Sunday Roast menu Brighton Food Reviewer, Emma Pryke, February 2016 Book a table at Indian Summer Book Close The term ‘Sunday Roast’ is synonymous with British culture – conjuring up mental images of cosy country pubs, jugs of gravy and plenty of yorkshire puds. Imagine my surprise then when I was asked…

Brighton Food Reviewer: Emma Pryke, February 2016 Moonstone is a shining beacon of warmth in deepest Hove as we approach on a cold Wednesday night, huddled in our winter coats. Greeted with big smiles we choose a seat in the middle of the restaurant near to the bar. Moonstone’s decor is tasteful, with touches of…

‘Soul of the Vietnamese Nation – Pho’ I was delighted when Pho opened a branch in Brighton, which I guess means I’m a ‘Pho-natic’, a term they use on their website to describe Pho fans. You may also like.. Venues in Central Brighton Thai restaurants in Brighton and Hove  Foodie Things to Try in Brighton…

Not Just A Cure For The Night Before! Brighton Food Reviewer: Emma Pryke, December 2015 There’s something decidedly comforting and wintery about a smoky flavour, which meant that my visit to the newly revamped Seven Stars came at just the right time – a blustery, cold Sunday lunchtime. Located on the busy shopping area of…

Italian food done properly Brighton Food Reviewer, Sarah Gathercole, February 2016 Edendum (from the Latin, ‘eating’) is a brand new Italian bistro on East Street, taking up residency in the space formally occupied by Indian Summer. Comprising an Italian restaurant, café and food shop, Edendum has a lot to offer; the time-honoured culinary tradition of Northern…

Nice And Breezy Dinner is on its way to our house for 8.30pm as specified thanks to the services of gourmet takeaway specialists Deliveroo. With a host of top Brighton eateries featuring on their website it’s simply a doddle to enjoy restaurant quality food in the comfort of your own home.   Choose The Time…

A Rare Home Cooked Treat! Brighton Food Reviewer, Carissa Wyten, February 2016 As a European, to me a perfect restaurant experience is one that can transport you back to a holiday somewhere at sometime, on the Mediterranean coast … where you can hear gentle waves crashing in an ancient fishing port, feel the warm sun…

A taste of the Mediterranean Brighton Food Reviewer, Ami Thornton, February 2016 I approach The Olive Grove, a Mediterranean restaurant swallowed up in the touristy Lanes, just around the corner from legendary Riddle and Finns, and there is an attractive young lad handing out soggy flyers to usher in a lunch time crowd. I couldn’t…

Affordable Breakfast And Great For The Kids! Brighton Food Reviewer, Georga Bullivant, February 2016 Having seen Eatalio on my travels into town it was a place that had been on my radar for a while, but hadn’t actually found the time to venture in. So, when asked if I’d like to go with the family and…

Farm To Fork Sunday Lunch! Brighton Food Reviewer, Jodie Wallis, January 2016 Who doesn’t love a Sunday roast? We try to cook one most Sundays but sometimes it does feel like a bit of an effort. It’s January and it’s finally cold as Winter should be after a strange few months of unusually mild weather.…

Classic Italian For A Great Price! Brighton Food Reviewer, Ross Byatt, January 2016 Topogigio, named after an iconic Italian 1960s puppet mouse, is situated on Church Road in Hove, just around the corner from my house. Ashamedly I have to say this is my first visit, although I have been meaning to try it since it’s…

Eating The Brighton Way… Brighton Food Reviewer, Ross Byatt, December 2015 Lucy and I do enjoy a midweek treat, certainly after a long day in the office. We both have lots of vegetarian friends and have heard wonderful things about the Prince George. Situated in the North Laine this is a short walk away from…

The Best Of Both Worlds! Brighton Food Reviewer, Sarah Louise Gathercole, November 2016 Lee Shipley is the man behind Señor Buddha. Well-travelled and well-fed, he used his experiences to create a menu with a twist. And so was born Señor Buddha, which has made its home on Preston Street, Brighton after starting life as a pop-up…

Perfect For A Bite To Eat At The Seaside! Brighton Food Reviewer, Georgie Luxford, December 2015 The Bucket and Spade café is tucked away in one of the arches opposite the children’s park on Brighton Seafront. With seating outside you can tell that this would be a gem on a warm Summer day – somewhere to…

A Feast To Remember! I had heard of Limes via the Restaurants Brighton website, and I had always intended to go and check it out. Sometimes it’s nice to get out of Brighton for a change and visit another area, and Lindfield’s high street is very pretty, with little shops and pubs and lined with…

Authentic, Exciting, Indian dining! Brighton Food Reviewer, Sarah Gathercole, December 2015 I have eaten at Chaulas before, I visited their Lewes restaurant a while ago now. I don’t remember exactly when, but I remember thoroughly enjoying it. So when I was invited along to their Brighton restaurant, I didn’t hesitate to accept. Tucked away off East…

Not Just For Breakfast! Brighton Food Reviewer, Sarah Gathercole, December 2015 The Breakfast Club has come to Brighton. Starting out in Soho, they have headed south to open their eighth restaurant. Each restaurant has a different theme; for their restaurant by the sea, they have chosen to go tropical. Pink flamingos, flower lights, bunting and…

A Refreshing Change To The Norm! Brighton Food Reviewer, Chloe McKellar, November 2015 For a long time now I have been hanging out for a decent neighbourhood wine shop that I can trust to provide me with affordable wines with a wealth of knowledge and friendly service. When I lived in Melbourne, I was spoilt…

Consistently excellent Brighton Food Reviewer, Laura Stevens, November 2015 Twenty three year old Isaac is an ambitious young entrepreneur who has worked as a professional chef for seven years. His focus is contemporary English fine dining and he firmly believes in using locally-sourced, seasonal ingredients. Obsessively Passionate About Food A natty little label tied around…

It’s A Wrap, But Not As You Know It The Piada, typically associated with the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy, is an Italian hand rolled flatbread traditionally cooked on a hot flat stone with the principal fillings of meat, vegetables and Italian cheese. It’s an Italian wrap. Eatalio, Queens Road If you want to eat a…

Six Restaurant, Brand Spanking New Brighton Food Reviewer, Laura Stevens, November 2015 Six is an exciting, brand spanking new restaurant on Western Road near the Hove/Brighton border. You may have been there in one of its former guises as Barneys or Richards or latterly the Good Food Club. Many restaurants have been and gone here…

The Grand Night Out Book a table at GB1 Seafood and Oyster Bar Book Close Have you been to the spa at The Grand Hotel Brighton? Oh my goodness me what a treat! My sister and I went along a couple of Thursdays ago and we can’t sing its praises highly enough. We were treated…

Inspiring And Guilt Free! Brighton Food Reviewer, Chloe McKellar, November 2015 As someone who is gluten intolerant and is not very tolerant of many other foods, when I heard Eat Naked was opening in East Street Arcade I was really excited about it and very keen to head down. Owned by Stacie Stewart, previous Masterchef…

Always Where I Need to Be! Brighton Food Reviewer, Ross Byatt, November 2015 Book a table at Kooks Book Close As the temperature drops and the nights get dark there is nothing like a meander through the Lanes with Lucy, my girlfriend. My reward following a window shopping stroll is a three course meal with…

Breakfast of Champignons My flatmate Dave and I work different hours and don’t get to hang out as often as we would like. What are the chances that we both have a late start on a Thursday? We decide to make the most of it by taking a visit to Joe’s Café for breakfast, having…

Traditional Irish Fare! Brighton Food Reviewer, Ami Kang-Thornton, November 2015 The bore that I am, I’m generally not a huge fan of rowdy pubs filled to the brim with pumped up sports fanatics, mainly for the fear of finding a tightly-sculpted mega arm in my face when someone scores or lukewarm beer in my carefully coiffed hair.…

Generous Portions, Beautiful Views! Brighton Food Reviewer, Laura Stevens, November 2015 Ohso Social is a large seafront bar/nightclub, which has a family feel and serves classic pub grub by day, then transforms into a lively night spot after sundown, with DJ’s providing revellers with an Ibiza vibe at the weekends. You will find it next to…

A Thai Menu With A Twist! The Green Mango has had a face lift… and a name change. Rebranded and redesigned, Cafe Chilli promises something a little different. Deciding to make some drastic changes to their menu and the decor, the folks behind The Green Mango decided to go the whole hog and came up with…

A Little Flavour Of Pizza East In Brighton! Brighton Food Reviewer: Carissa Wyten, November 2015 There is a new food-mafia pizza joint in town, called Fatto A Mano! Aptly deriving its name from the Italian word for ‘handmade’, Fatto A Mano is a cosy, casual-style pizzeria – with punchy flavours that will take you back to…

Top Notch Local Love Brighton Food Reviewer, Brittany Hart, October 2015 I think every foodie in Brighton has a local’s spot that they just cannot visit for love nor money. It is usually a place that everyone you know raves about, and for some reason or another you just have never been able to go.…

Gorgeous Setting With Fantastic Food! Brighton Food Reviewer, Laura Stevens, October 2015 Lindfield is a beautiful little village on the outskirts of Haywards Heath in West Sussex. Rumour has it, it won Best Kept Village in Sussex so often residents were gently persuaded to withdraw to give others a fighting chance. At its heart is…

Food Glorious Food @ Marmalade Kemptown I confess that this is not the first time I have been to Marmalade. In fact, I have been there many times. We often go on a Saturday or Sunday, and the car journey is always full of hope. “I hope there’s not a queue. I hope there’s a…

Healthy Home Delivery Established Japansese restaurant Oki Nami is co-owned by renowned Japanese chef Mike Dodd and local bon vivant Norman Cook, man of big beats and big beach parties. The restaurant takes up a city central residency on New Road just along from the Theatre Royal. Despite it being late September, the evening is clement…

New Dinner Tasting Menu at Silo, Starting October 2015 Brighton Food Reviewer: Finola Robinson, October 2015 To celebrate a storming first year in business, the team at SILO on Upper Gardner St have launched a delicious new tasting menu available from Tuesday to Saturday evenings from 20 October. To mark the change in menu and new…

Affordable and fun! Brighton Food Reviewer, Kitty Perrin, September 2016 I’ve just been on holiday with a friend and wanted to take her for lunch to say thank you. I wanted somewhere that would extend the holiday mood, where the food was good and which I could afford on a teenager’s budget. I chose Côte…

An Italian Brighton Institution! Donatello is a Brighton institution, everyone has been there at one time or another. It was opened in 1991 by Sardinian-born Pietro Addis following the success of his first restaurant Pinocchio, which is also in Brighton, a stone’s throw from the Theatre Royal. Donatello, now run by Pietro’s three sons, has…

Absolutely Gorgeous! Check availability and make a booking online The Salt Room is a brilliant recent addition to the Brighton food scene headed by the talented folk who brought us the award-winning Coal Shed. It bills itself as a modern seafood and grill restaurant, which celebrates the fruits of the sea and champions sustainable local…

Everyone Knows Gars! Residing in the bustling The Lanes area of the city, the doors to Gars restaurant have been open since 1983; their reputation now resolutely allied with some of the best Chinese food that Brighton has to offer. So much so that when someone says they’re off out to Gars, rarely does anything more…

Did Somebody Say Eighties Kitsch? Brighton Food Reviewer, Laura Stevens, September 2015 Well you can find it in spades at The Breakfast Club cafe in the bustling  Lanes in Brighton. The name of the game is full-on immersion in the past and, whether you love it or hate it, you have to admire their dedication…

Feeling the Heat on Taco Wednesday. Last Wednesday we thought we would go and visit the much talked about La Choza authentic Mexican street food restaurant in central Brighton. A venue which has been creating quite a stir in the last year. Did you know La Choza was voted ‘Best Newcomer’ at the recent Brighton…

One Of The Greater Joys In Life! Brighton Food Reviewer, Brittany, September 2015 Book a table at The Coal Shed Book Close One of my greatest joys in life is dining out with friends. The pop of a champagne cork welcomed with a whoop, excited chatter while you examine the specials, and of course my personal…

Confident Offerings Brighton Food Reviewer – Ami Thornton, September 2015 Book a table at Indian Summer Book Close Indian Summer has been a stalwart of ‘proper’ Indian food in Brighton since 2001 and has spruced up their offering with a glitzy face lift plus adding a few extras to the menu, all the while keeping a hold…

24 St Georges has now closed – June 2017 Relaxed Dining in the Heart of Kemptown. The great thing about ‘relaxed dining’ is it’s totally one sided: the diner does quite a bit of relaxing while the restaurant staff do everything they can to make you feel at home. 24 St Georges illustrates this point…

Fresh, Healthy, AND Gluten Free! Brighton Food Reviewer, Chloe McKellar, September 2015 It was a lovely sunny Saturday in Brighton – a Saturday where there were streams of rowdy visitors and locals pouring their way down from the station. A few of my friends from London where among this bunch, and as they had invited me…

Family Friendly Fun! Brighton Food Reviewer – Brittany Hart, September 2015 Situated right on the promenade with a sun catching patio and overlooking the sea is a wonderful little family run cafe, Bucket and Spade, that is as tasty as it is homey. Famous for being family friendly, this colourful little cafe has all the charm…

All You Can Eat Ribs And Wings Brighton Food Reviewer – Laura Stevens, September 2015 Situated in the middle of trendy Kemptown, less than ten minutes walk from the Old Steine, is this fabulous restaurant. The Old Bank has been voted in the top ten Brighton restaurants in the annual Foodie Awards and deservedly so. We…

Fantastic Seafront Dining Book a table at The Salt Room Book Close When out of Brighton friends come to town they always want to eat “somewhere on the seafront.” They imagine the promenade is backed by gourmet restaurants, bistros and bars. But in reality, unless you want to sup from a polystyrene tray and sip…

My Favourite Local Haunt If you are in the London Road area and fancy something fresh and yummy, then Al Campo is the place for you. It arrived on the scene two years ago and it never disappoints. Situated in the old Blockbusters building on the north side of the newly converted Co-op site, it…

Fish and Seafood Afternoon Tea at The Grand Book a table at GB1 Seafood and Oyster Bar Book Close When I hear afternoon tea, I think dainty finger sandwiches, warm crumbly scones with lashings of clotted cream and strawberry jam and petit fours to finish off. What doesn’t spring to mind is fresh local crab,…

Reliable, Casual Mexican Food! (Now Closed at The Hare and Hounds) I’ll be honest. I have a real hard time believing in good Mexican food anywhere beyond Mexico and Southwest America – it’s a snobby and naïve mentality, really. It’s all down to growing up in the cultural melting pot that is Los Angeles where…

Nations Favourite Takeaway It’s the nations favourite and quite possibly mine as well; we are of course pertaining to the omnipresent Indian takeaway. Only this evenings offering should turn up trumps in the quality stakes as it’s coming courtesy of top Brighton Restaurant Indian Summer via the well oiled wheels of the Deliveroo team.  …

Authentic Italian street food Brighton Food Reviewer, Isabella Cipirska, October 2016 Italian has always been my favourite cuisine. There’s nothing quite as comforting as a big bowl of pasta coated in cheese or a hot slice of pizza scattered with toppings. But when it comes to eating out, it can be hard to find a tasty dish…

Proud Brighton – 50 Shades of Cabaret. (Seduction, stripping, stroking, curves, collars and cuffs) The apprehensive excitement started for me on the afternoon of the show. I’d received an email from the management of Proud, laying down ‘The Rules’ of the evening…  I’ve been to burlesque shows before, once right here at the Hanbury Ballroom…

Gluten Free Dining With Beach Views Brighton Food Reviewer – Chloe McKellar, July 2015 It was a cool, calm summers evening, I had had a stressful day at work and the last thing I wanted to do was think about cooking dinner. Lucky for me, I had been invited to head down to The New Club…

One For The Cool Kids! Book a table at Kooks Book Close When approaching Kooks on Gardener Street, you can tell that this place has been through a real transformation from the previous cafe that was there. Gone are the big glass cake counter at the front, traditional artwork and décor (and the knitted seagulls…

The Perfect Place For Pre-Pride Peace… Brighton Food Reviewer – Brittany Hart, July 2015 It has been said on more than one occasion that I am somewhat of a brunch addict. I have often indulged in two per weekend, some of which have been known to last for 5-12 hours depending on the orange juice…

There is no excuse not to visit this place! Situated on York Place by the bustling London Road, LangeLee’s is a real find. Brilliantly located, this place in on most bus routes, near a good car park or easy to reach by foot. Located on York Place, Brighton The exterior is big picture windows and…

Traditional Pub At It’s Best! When I was asked to visit the Lord Nelson to sample their Sunday roasts, I wasn’t sure what to expect. Situated in the busy North Laines on Trafalgar Street (the road that leads to the station), this pub has been there for as long as I can remember but yet…

Realigning the senses Dinner this evening comes courtesy of Nuposto, the Neapolitan pizzeria based in the heart of the city centre on West St, serving authentic antipasti and pizza, not to mention insalate, coffees and puddings. Do I need to reserve a table? Think about which bus to catch into town? See what the weather…

Perfect City Escape Brighton Food Reviewer, Laura Stevens,  July 2015 The Shepherd and Dog is a charming little pub nestled at the foot of the stunningly picturesque Devil’s Dyke. It is just North of Brighton and to find it you will have to leave behind the hustle and bustle of the city and take a…

Simplistic, Pure and Seasonal Dining Brighton Food reviewer, Finola Robinson, July 2015 The restaurant, bakery and coffee house Silo is now most of the way through its first year and business is brisk. As the UK’s first zero-waste restaurant, Silo’s opening last October was so exciting even the national press got on board, with articles…

Seduced Brighton Food Reviewer, Lizzie Enfield, June 2015 Book a table at The Chilli PickleBook Close Brighton has had a long running affair with the Indian sub-continent. If you need evidence of the relationship, look no further than the Royal Pavilion, its domes and minarets inspired by the Taj Mahal. Or listen to the large…

Have you been? You should go. Brighton Food Reviewer, Lizzie Enfield, July 2015 Book a table at Indian Summer Book Close At the start of the new millennia, in the days before twitter and Facebook, when word of mouth was word of actual mouth, the words that were being mouthed were “Have you been to…

The Luxury High Tea Brighton Food Reviewers, Mr & Mrs RB, June 2015 It was a hot and humid Friday early this June that we all headed out to Wickwoods Country Club and the Glass House restaurant in the beautiful Sussex countryside to indulge in a much anticipated high tea. Mr RB, new baby RB, and…

Breakfast at Blanch House Brighton Food Reviewer, Laura Stevens, July 2015 Blanch House is a hugely popular boutique Hotel located in quirky, fashionable Kemptown, a stone’s throw from the seafront and a short walk from Brighton city centre. This AA 3 Star Town House Hotel is owned by Kerry Turner and Jeremy Ornellas who clearly…