Friday, April 19, 2019

1847 Brighton review

As no meat has crossed my lips since a steamy weekend in Sitges, I’m probably not the best person to review anywhere serving...

My Slice review

Lunchtime for me is more of a brunch-time experience. This is always for the simple fact that when I wake up, I have a...

Thor’s Tipi Bar opens in Brighton

thors tipi bar
It is not often the God of Thunder sets up shop in the middle of a city, but Brighton now has Thor's Tipi bar...

The Crab Claw at The Tempest Inn review

We try out The Tempest's new seafood offering, The Crab Claw, Brighton's newest seafood joint.

Inside Sugardough – Brighton’s quaintest brunch stop

It's a little known fact that Market Street's teahouse Sugardough offers a generous brunch menu. Even lesser known is that this dainty little bakery...

Petit Pois Food Review

It is certainly quite unusual to have only heard great things about a relatively ‘new to the scene’ restaurant, but this was the case...

Northern Lights revisited

The first time I ate at Northern Lights was for our April 2015 edition. It was one of my first reviews and the food...

Gin tasting at Hotel Du Vin this April

Dig a little deeper into this botanical spirits history at this tasting event with Sussex Wine School at Hotel Du Vin, Brighton on Tue April 26.

Meet the winemaker tasting – Sussex Wine School and Foncalieu

I like to eat and drink. In fact, I would say that I like to eat and drink pretty much more than I like...

It’s a Dog’s Life at Chubby Chops Doggy Cafe

As any dog owner will only be too quick to tell you, attempting to enjoy an afternoon coffee in a café while in the...

Brighton Open Market ready for Business

Around 45 of Brighton’s newest entrepreneurs received the keys to their new spaces in Brighton’s historic Open Market. Now the revitalised shopping area will...

Flank review

It’s a long-established part of the dining experience, ignoring how those dishes adorning our tables have been precisely seared and fried by culinary artists....