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What’s in a name? For the absolute bejesus of me I couldn’t remember the name of this place that I’d fleeting seen on the feeds… ..read more
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Easy Tiger is one of Brighton's latest successful pub kitchen pop ups, and we have quite a few to choose from to be honest. I don't think ..read more
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What’s good about pizza? Ooozing creamy buffalo mozzarella, affettati like salami, prosciutto and everyone’s favourite sausage du jour ..read more
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Lucky Khao is the evening offering in the Instagram worthy Red Roaster cafe, having taken over from Pike and Pine. In place of edgy fine ..read more
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Respect to the restaurants that weather the decades, rent rises and diner demands and fashions. Gars is one of the few still going strong ..read more
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Hero are the restaurants that thrive in difficult locations. And they do...look at Chilli Pickle from their original nook in the back and ..read more
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Ah, beautiful, beautiful bread. Vilified in recent years by the trend dieter bores, the loaf is back on the table and so happy I am it is. ..read more
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The Rathfinny Wine Estate is the new kid on the block of the booming English sparking scene, having been planted up in 2010 and with the ..read more
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Set in their ways these guys are are not. I don’t think any other local restaurant has been so fearless in both risk taking and adapting ..read more
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Wagamama has been around for 26 years. 26! Older than half of my social media followers for sure. I remember going up to London as a young ..read more

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