Inside The Coal Shed The Coal Shed is an example of what happens when you take a real charcoal Josper oven, the freshest and best quality ingredients you can find and then cook those ingredients to perfection! We catch up with Nick to ask him all our steak related questions and get a glimpse of…

Food For Friends Brighton – Maria Salud Hellin Rico Maria’s journey developing as a Chef has been an incredible one. Having been a chef for over 12 years, starting out in Spain, Maria came to Brighton 5 years ago and started her working journey here as a waitress. After impressing with her extensive cookery knowledge, Maria…

The BIG interview Trained by some of the best chefs in the country, Steven Edwards of Etch in Hove trained at the 5-star South Lodge Hotel in Horsham before going on to win MasterChef The Professionals in 2013. Following the launch and great success of Etch in 2017 and finishing runner up in the 2018 Brighton…

Meet Jai from Brighton’s Oui Chef Hi. My name’s Jay Foster aka ‘Jai’. I was born and raised in Brighton and have been running Oui Chef Recruitment from early 2016. Since then I’ve helped a vast amount of people find work, as well as finding chefs/ KP’s for kitchens in and around Brighton, all the while…

Award winning Tropical Sushi. Tropical Sushi is the first Latín – Japanese restaurant in Brighton and are winners of this years Brighton Restaurant Awards Best Budget Bites. Here we meet the team behind Tropical Sushi and find out what it means to be crowned Brighton Budget Bites in 2018. How did the fusion of Japanese…

Meet Michael Bremner and 64 Degrees This is the second year running for Michael Bremner’s 64 Degrees to scoop first place in the BRAVO awards. Watch our quick fire Q & A with Michael below.  From Scotland to London Michael Bremner was born in Aberdeenshire, Scotland in 1978. He remained in Aberdeenshire to study…

One of the UK’s leading food innovators Few chefs get into cooking with a desire to change the way we eat and think about food. One Brighton chef who is doing just this is Douglas McMaster of Silo. He has created a restaurant, and movement, that is looking at sustainability and ethical sourcing and taking…

Chef interview: Alan White, GB1 restaurant Alan has been Executive Chef at The Grand Brighton for the last 12 years, something that is truly a grand achievement. As head chef of the GB1 restaurant, Alan oversees the day to day running of the restaurant and hotel food offerings, catering for up to 1500 guests a…

An Interview with Alun Sperring Head Chef, The Chilli Pickle, Brighton Book a table at The Chilli PickleBook Close Alun Sperring has been a chef for 27 years and 15 of those he spent working in great restaurants and hotels overseas in places such as Dubai, Australia, Bermuda, America, Switzerland and on the famous now…

A big fish in Brighton’s restaurant scene Duncan Ray is the head, and only, chef and owner of The Little Fish Market in Hove. He has been steadily establishing the restaurant over the past four years, often going unnoticed in the city, but making waves within the food scene. The Little Fish Market is the…

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