Interview on Sustainability with The Coal Shed Australian born Jess Archer is assistant manager at the highly successful Coal Shed and the driving force behind the restaurant’s sustainability programme, which has earned it recognition by the Sustainable Restaurants Association (SRA). We talked to Jess about her passion for the environment and her work behind the…

Kenny Tutt interview Bank manager turned chef proprietor at Worthing’s hottest new restaurant, PITCH, Kenny Tutt is one of Brighton’s fondest success stories. We catch up with Kenny ahead of his appearances at The Foodies Festival 2019 on Hove Lawns (May 3rd, 4th and 5th) where he reveals menu teasers for the new opening and…

Q&A with Laura from Small Batch Coffee Small Batch Coffee started ten years ago as a single coffee shop. Now, with eight cafes, Small Batch is considered one of the big players when it comes to coffee in Brighton. Their Brighton roastery guarantees fresh and quality coffee in every cup and the Pavillion inspired logo ensures…

How to make a Brightini with The Metropole Bar The Metropole Bar boasts one of the most decadent and luxury spaces in Brighton with beautiful sea views and a cocktail and champagne list to die for. Matt Ottley, bar manager, is a true cocktail wizard. He has curated a collection of signature drinks based around the…

Terre à Terre Restaurant – veggie food but not as you know it The brains behind one of the UK’s most innovative vegetarian restaurants, Amanda Powley and Philip Taylor, have been setting taste buds alight for more than a quarter of a century. Launched in the Lanes back in 1993, Terre à Terre Restaurant has…

Smorl’s Brighton – Vegan Pitta Masterclass Not only do Smorl’s Brighton make, in our opinion, the best houmous you will ever taste, but they also serve hungry tummies, delicious and nourishing vegan lunches in Brighton’s Open Market. On the menu, a falafel bolognese, loaded salads, houmous pies, mezze cakes and their famous falafels pitta pockets, otherwise…

Brunch at Café Malbec We arrive at Café Malbec ravenous. We’ve heard rumours of picada, that delicious spread of cured meats and cheeses that tides Argentinians over until their main event arrives. If you are in Argentina, you can rest assured that this main event will arrive with fanfare. And meat. Unfortunately, at this point, we…

GungHo Brighton Talks Sustainability Julien Barnett, owner of GungHo Brighton and mixologist extraordinaire is also a strong sustainability advocate. We’re not just talking paper straws here, with GungHo Julien proves that it is possible to create inspiring and fun solutions to a very real problem. Right now, it seems the word ‘sustainability’ is on everyone’s…

Curry Leaf Cafe – Pakora Masterclass It’s a dreary day in November and we are in need of a little spice in our lives. Where better to head than too Curry Leaf Cafe in Kemptown? Well known and loved for their open plan kitchen, colourful interior and unique street food style Indian dishes, Curry Leaf…

Vegan Brighton Challenge If you don’t know, now you know. The great Moshimo vegan challenge brings together some of Brighton’s best chefs under one roof, all competing for the title of best Japanese inspired vegan dish. Eagerly anticipated by the veggies and vegans of our city, guests sample each chefs dish and score based on taste…