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Brighton foodies support Stronger in Europe Campaign

Directors of the Brighton and Hove Food and Drink Festival, and Ridgeview Wines join volunteers in spreading the word about the benefits that being a member of the EU brings...
Posted On 29 May 2016

REVIEW: Wahaca: Mexican Street Market

Wahaca is a very welcome addition to the growing city food scene from the Americans and their modern, original and well balanced take on Mexican cuisine, coupled with their...
Posted On 28 Apr 2016

FOOD REVIEW: Senor Buddha

On my first visit to Senor Buddha last year I wrote "I look for three things when I go out for a meal, great flavours, fine wine and an exciting ambiance."

REVIEW: Sunday Social Club @ Patterns & The Dog Hauz

Patterns and the Dog Hauz have revitalized this old venue and provided a new, clean fun and engaging place to relax with friend, enjoy an raucous evening out or just kick...
Posted On 02 Mar 2016

FOOD REVIEW: No 32 on Duke Steet

No 32, on Duke Street introduce two new menus for the spring, offering brunch, fish and traditional grill options along with classic dishes including fish and chips.

Brighton restaurant backs young food writers

Brighton’s award-winning Indian Summer restaurant is backing this year’s Guild of Food Writers’ competition to discover the country’s most promising young food writers.
Posted On 15 Jan 2016

Gringa Dairy: Artisan cheeses in Peckham!

Eric Page chats to Kristen Schnepp who makes award-winning, delicious artisan Mexican cheese at her urban dairy in Peckham.
Posted On 03 Jan 2016

FOOD REVIEW: The Independent

Formerly the Walmer Castle, The Independent on Queens Park Road opened in June 2015, after undergoing a very smart re-fit.

City restaurant fined £11,937 for filthy kitchen equipment

Organic Moments Limited, which runs the Little Bay restaurant, 64 Kings Road, Brighton, pleaded guilty to 14 counts of food hygiene breaches and fined £11,937 by Eastbourne...
Posted On 07 Dec 2015

Curry Capitol of Britain® – Brighton comes third

Bradford won the crown for Curry Capital of Britain® for the fifth time in succession with Glasgow coming second, just 5 points behind and Brighton taking third spot.
Posted On 27 Oct 2015

Fantastic auction lots at the Beacon Halloween Ball

With five days to go there are just a few tickets available for the Sussex Beacon Halloween Horror Show at the Grand Hotel. The Ball on Saturday, October 31 will be hosted by...
Posted On 26 Oct 2015

Costume Games herald opening of Rugby World Cup

The Costume Games are the brainchild of MOSHIMO, Brighton’s popular Japanese restaurant, and will be taking place over five days (September 16 - 20), leading up to a weekend...
Posted On 03 Sep 2015

Vote for Brighton to win Curry Capital of Britain title

Voting closes in a few short weeks to decide which city or town is the National Curry Capital of Britain 2015. This year National Curry week takes place from October 12-18...
Posted On 02 Sep 2015

EATING OUT: The Setting Sun

You will find The Setting Sun Terrace Bar up the hill behind American Express at the crown of Sussex Street. It's a bit of a walk to get there, but well worth the effort as...
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