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Dorset's 'UK Seafood Restaurant of the Year' winner has opened a Brighton branch in the new waterfront Harbour Hotel. Our resident foodie heads to Jetty to explore what all the fuss is about....

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Here’s our pick of 5 great Sussex pubs worthy of an excursion from the city. All of them are reachable either on foot, by bike or by public transport. We provide here some straightforward directions...

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To celebrate it's new restaurant and revamp, the Bella Italia team invited us to taste-test the summer menu at the newly opened Brighton North Street branch....

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An independent Brighton gallery will play host to an exhibition featuring works by some of the nineteenth and twentieth century’s most iconic artists, among them Vincent van Gogh, Francis Bacon, Pablo Picasso, L. S. Lowry...

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Modest, down to earth bistro-style dishes with homegrown herbs and vegetables from its eponymous roof garden - Grow 40 is a gimmick free oasis of flavour on Kensington Gardens. ...

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Despite having a terrific vegetarian and vegan food scene, Brighton’s meat-free establishments tend towards the cheap and cheerful, leaving it to Food for Friends and Terre à Terre to fly the flag for high-end veggie...

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Having already firmly established itself as a hip London brand, Venetian eatery Polpo has taken another step in its quest to dominate the ‘small plates’ market, opening its first restaurant outside the capital on Brighton’s...

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MARKET is the latest undertaking from the team behind award-winning restaurant Graze, which has relinquished its prime spot on Western Road to this new venture....

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Rootcandi Brighton Review

August 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

Proving just what's possible with a plateful of plants, Rootcandi takes the best aspects of tapas-style dining and applies it to an entirely unexpected type of cuisine....

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Check out five of Brighton's best spots for eating outside this Summer in our 'al fresco dining in Brighton guide'....

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Semolina Brighton Review

Semolina Brighton Review

July 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

Situated opposite a white goods repair centre and a print shop on unassuming Baker Street, this tiny bistro has been open for eight months and has already earned a lot of fans with its unfussy,...

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The Marie Curie Project – Review

May 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

Real insight into the character of a remarkable woman whose shyness and dedication to her science meant that she was often misunderstood....

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Foodies Festival Brighton – Review

May 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

Tapping into the buzz over the bank holiday weekend, the Brighton Foodies Festival catered for those craving something a little less cultural and a little more culinary....

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We review Shit-faced Showtime, a perfect celebration of musical theatre, classic show tunes… and liver damage!...

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The Set Brighton

The Set Brighton Review

March 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

The chaps behind The Set, formerly a pop-up, have found a permanent home in the eccentric Artist Residence Hotel. We give them a try!...

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Salt Room Brighton Review

The Salt Room Brighton Review

March 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Salt Room Brighton is creating a real buzz with its trend-led menu and stylish interior. We gave it a try, here's what we thought....

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The Julie Ruin with Special Guests 24/05/2015

January 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Julie Ruin play a rescheduled show at Concorde 2 on 25th May 2015. This is no nostalgia-fuelled revival....

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Silo Brighton Review

Silo Brighton Review

November 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Silo, the UK’s first zero waste restaurant, has been designed around an ethos of absolute sustainability, with Head Chef Douglas McMaster setting out to prove that a less wasteful restaurant industry is a real possibility....

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Seafood Brighton – Our Top 5 Restaurants

November 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

It stands to reason that you should be able to find a decent plate of fresh seafood in a seaside town. Here's our pick of the best to be found in Brighton and Hove....

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Does Charm Thai, the new thai kitchen at The Marlborough Pub, hold its own against the other thai pub kitchens in Brighton? We find out....

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