Hyderabadi Murgh masterclass with Indian Summer Brighton A firm favourite in Brighton for flavour sensation dishes hailing from India is Indian Summer, on East Street. Experience authentic regional food cooked by highly experienced and skilled chefs, who’s menu will transport you across the globe for an evening of culinary excellence. We speak to co-owner Rob…

Kindling Restaurant Brighton – Pork skin masterclass Kindling Restaurant is soon to appear on the Brighton culinary map as one of the most innovative and exciting restaurants in the city. Focusing on foraging, fermenting and sustainable cookery, Kindling will be showcasing the best produce the seasons have to offer. We catch up with Jake, Sous…

The 83 Year Old Head Chef – Manju of Manjus Brighton Queen of vegetarian Indian cuisine, kitchen boss lady at Manjus Brighton and an overall joy to be around. Meet Manju, the 83 year old head chef proves that you should never give up on life long dream. We chat to Manju about everything from…

Brighton Cookery School – Messa Ben From hen dos and corporate parties to a ‘Teens Can Cook’ masterclass, Messa Ben at Brighton Cookery School offers an insight into his culinary brain to Brighton’s cooking phobes. We sit down with Mess Ben and dive deep into his world of Michelin Stared kitchens in Paris, his love…

The Great MOSHIMO Vegan Challenge The popularity of the event has seen it grow from an annual occurrence to a quarterly one and this year increasing again to four heats and a grand finale in November. The second heat takes place on 26 March with a lineup of top chefs from: La Choza Mange Tout…

How to fillet a sea bass We all know how delicious a locally caught sea bass can be, best served simply with fresh vegetables and some buttery new potatoes and a brilliant midweek fuss-free dinner. Head chef Taylor at Market Restaurant in Hove is here the process even easier for you by explaining and showing us how…

Redroaster Brighton Nineteen years in the industry means you can expect expertly roasted coffee from Redroaster Coffee. Diana talks to us about why Redroaster coffee is so special, what it is about her job she loves so much and even gives us tips on how to choose the perfect coffee roast.  Roastery cafe Other…

Bourguignon masterclass with New Steine Bistro Classic French cookery done well is hard to come by with experimental small plate dining something everyone wants in on. No foam or emulsions required at New Steine Bistro though as their expertly put together classical menu has been a go to for French food fanatics for a long…

Kooks in Brighton Found amongst the eclectic choice of cafes, bars and restaurants in Brighton’s trendy North Laine, Kooks in Brighton is a fantastic venue for any time during the day. Though we are partial to their home-baked cakes, flavour full burgers and expertly mixed cocktails, the Kooks brunch offering is one not to be…

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…