So I was having a look through the categories for the Observer Food Monthly Awards 2016 and they have one for best UK Foodie Instagram feed. Now I am completely aware that I have very little chance of winning this, but I think it would be bloody hilarious to even be in for a shout … More Food Booze and Reviews Needs You!
For this recipe I combined the oxtail with another of my favourites, chorizo. I really love making stews infused with those magnificent Spanish flavours … More Oxtail and Chorizo Stew
H.en is a relatively new player in Brighton’s food scene and pride themselves on being a high welfare chicken restaurant with an ethical approach to business. Situated on Trafalgar Street they are a day time café/restaurant that serves up fried and grilled chicken, waffles and burgers with a selection of craft beers to wash them down with … More Tony Rodd Pop Up at H.en
Over the weekend of the 8th to 10th of April Brighton became the centre of the UK’s craft beer movement. The Brighton Tap Takeover is a new style beer festival that celebrates one of the fastest growth industries in the UK at the moment. … More Brighton Tap Takeover
Choices, choices, choices. Life is so full of choices that making a decision can often be a debilitating experience – especially when food is involved. I have often found myself on the brink of a total breakdown, wandering aimlessly around the streets of Brighton in a haze of desperation, when the combination of hunger and indecision strikes. … More Wriggle food app review
One of the many success stories of Brighton’s food renaissance has been the nose-to-tail and plant-based dining pop-up Flank. Fresh off the back of a very respectable 18th place in the recent ‘Brighton’s Best’ restaurant awards, head chef and owner Tom Griffiths hosted a one-off evening at Silo – Brighton’s trail-blazing zero-waste café/restaurant/bakery/brewery. … More Flank at Silo Brighton Review