Brighton & Newhaven Fish Sales Brighton Newhaven Fish Sales are located on the eastern end of Shoreham Harbour. Their fleet of delivery vans is a familiar sight around the streets of Brighton, bringing day caught fish and shellfish to the restaurants and hotels of our city. BNFS also deliver nationally to such esteemed establishments as…

Sunday Roast Brighton Survival Guide The Sunday roast is big business in Brighton, with pubs and restaurants pulling in hordes if they get that perfect combination of elements together. So if you’re after the big social ‘Sunday session’, a family get together or just a hearty meal to set you up for the week, there’s…

Viewing Vegan Brighton Whilst meat has a limited pallet, colour wise, the plant kingdom positively sings about its diverse vibrancy. For our city’s chefs the rise of interest in vegan Brighton provides an opportunity to experiment and invent, its not a case of being deprived, its a case of limitation breeds creativity. A quick look…

The vanguard of Indian dining Opening in 2001, Indian Summer was the first authentic Indian restaurant to open in the city, whilst a boom in Bangladeshi style ‘curry house’ was what most people in the UK considered Indian food to be. Nearly two decades later and they remain a strong favourite for locals and visitors…

Where to watch the World Cup Footie fans rejoice! The FIFA World Cup is on from June 14 to July 15, when 32 teams will sweat it out for the coveted trophy at Russia’s Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. Lots of great venues across Sussex will be showing the matches, so here are a few of…

A post-industrial revolution Douglas McMaster’s ambitious zero-waste, pre-industrial restaurant was predicted to be compost within six months of opening. Four years on and Silo goes from strength to strength, foraging for likeminded partnerships and upcycling the attitudes of public and critics alike. With a stack of worthy awards behind them, we take a look at…

All new Grow 40 An alliance of epic proportions has taken place in Grow 40 on Kensington Gardens. Proprietor and mentee of Wine Master Gerard Basset, Steve Pineau, has teamed up with the owner of GB Charcuterie and Hove Place Head Chef, Phil Bartley. So what can we expect from this Anglo-French partnership? Great things…

Home of Authentic Italian Pizza The pizza revolution has been well established in Brighton for some years now and one of the first to plant itself in the city was NuPosto. Owner Pasquale Biscardi comes from a successful restaurant background in Italy and was the first to open an authentic Neapolitan pizzeria in Brighton. Here…

72 Hours in Brighton A Bank Holiday or long weekend in Brighton is an opportunity for three days of top class excess. If partying hard is your thing you may find yourself heading straight for evening drinks, if you’ve kids in tow it’s three days of exciting lunches. Or, if you’re up for the challenge,…

Michelin Star Brighton – The missing constellation, by Tom Flint. The Michelin Guide has been around for more than a century, representing the gold standard in culinary excellence. It started as a means to boost car sales, and thus tire sales, in France but quickly grew in popularity due to its extensive restaurant listings and reviews.…