When I moved to Brighton over a decade ago, I was used to not finding a decent, authentic Indian restaurant. I grew up close to a town with a large Sikh population, and that combined with growing up with friends who had Indian heritage made me a bit of an Indian food snob!
However, the tides in Brighton have been turning, and a year ago Azaro Dhaba launched in Hove. I can’t deny that at first I was a bit sceptical, but I was recently invited by Azaro Dhaba to try their vegan thali. Continue reading “Azaro Dhaba Hove Vegan Thali Review”
The area around The Lanes has no shortage of good restaurants specialising in the food of the Mediterranean, so when Olive Grove, already well-known in London, opened their new location in Brighton I wasn't quite sure whether or not they might be setting themselves up for a fall. How can you go about establishing yourself in such a saturated marketplace?
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One of the things people ask me about when I tell them that I don’t eat dairy, is “don’t you miss cheese?” – and to a lot of people’s disappointment, I tell them that I don’t. I was never really keen on cheese, but I know that a lot of people who stop eating dairy do miss it. With that, and my love of pizza in mind, I thought I’d start a new series reviewing vegan pizza options in Brighton, with my first being Morelli Zorelli.
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