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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There’s a new bar in town, and I’m sure it has passed many of you by!
You’ll find this chic, speak-easy inspired establishment above the newly-refurbished Grand Central pub, close to Brighton Station.
Continue reading “The Nightingale Room Brighton”
If you follow me on instagram (if you don’t, why not? Do it now!) You’ll see that a few weeks ago I went to Coast to Coast in Brighton to sample their Christmas menu. I really love my food, as you can tell from many of my blog posts, and the lovely people at Coast to Coast invited myself and a number of other lovely Brighton bloggers (I’ll list them below) to come along and enjoy their foodie goodness!
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I’ve been wanting to head to Coggings & Co for a while, so when one of my friends moved to a new flat, right on Seven Dials, it had to happen! I’d been chatting to the guys from there for ages on Twitter, and the opportunity to try delicious local burgers with my friends was something I had to do. So thanks for moving, Kate!!
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