The Real Junk Food Project

Economical and eco-friendly: here’s an opportunity to improve Brighton by eating.

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We Love Falafel in Brighton on Brighton Source's food page at

We Love Falafel

They love falafel, apparently. It’s easily said, but do they actually mean it? Let’s find out.

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Foodillic, Brighton's healthy restaurant reviewed in Brighton SOURCE

Foodlilic Review

More of the same for the new Foodilic? Er, no actually – but the quality remains as high as ever.

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Jamaica Inn Review

Jamaica Inn solves the problem of not everyone wanting spicy food by serving both English classics and Jamaican staples.

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SOURCE Foodies Competition

Five pairs of tickets to be won for May’s Foodies Festival at Hove Lawns.

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Pie Society Arrives

Hot food store Pie Society moved into Western Road just before Christmas.

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E-Kagen Review

There’s a tendency for Japanese restaurants to be flashy but there’s little shiny about E-Kagen – it’s all there on the plate.

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Plateau Review

The setting is certainly up to scratch – a modern, chic bare-brick-and-metal industrial vibe – but can the food live up to the hype?

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Secret Eater: Kambi’s

They were the masters of the kebab. So you can imagine how excited we were to see Kambi’s open again recently.

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Competition: VegFest

Would you like a pair of tickets to a weekend that offers food stalls, cookery demo and er, the UK’s first vegan comedy festival?

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Namul, Brighton's Korean restaurant reviewed in Brighton SOURCE

Namul Review

Namul might just be the best Korean joint in the North Laine. If you like Japanese, give it a whirl.

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Warung Tujuh, Brighton Indonesian restaurant reviewed in Brighton SOURCE

Warung Tujuh Review

Warung Tujuh is an authentic Indonesian eatery, and a great place to explore a lesser known cuisine.

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Six Of The Best Brighton Vegetarian Eateries

We pick out six of the city’s finest vegetarian and vegan eating out specialists.

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Street Diner Launch

Brighton’s first weekly food market launches at Brighthelm Gardens on 26th April.

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Chequers Reopens

Traditional pub Chequers, on Preston Street, reopens after a full refurbishment.

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Best Independent Brighton Coffee Shops

When there are so many great independent cafés in Brighton why would anyone bother with Starbucks?

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Mock Turtle

Secret Eater: The Mock Turtle

With their legendary cakes having been a feature of the Brighton tearoom circuit for a while now, we decided to remind ourselves of how good they actually are.

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Dirty Blonde Review

Prohibition-era glamour in sumptuous surroundings – but is the new menu any good?

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Planet India review in Brighton SOURCE, Brighton's best authentic Indian food

Planet India Review

“Authentic homemade Indian food by authentic homemade Indians” is how they describe it – what did we think?

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Troll’s Pantry Review

Troll’s Pantry have settled into a booth in the beer garden of, aptly, The Hobgoblin. It’s time to find out if the hype is true.

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Food & Drink Festival Interview

Frightened by the horsemeat? Getting sick over GM crops? Brighton & Hove Food & Drink Festival has the answers.

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Troll’s Pantry at Hobgoblin

Gourmet burger stall The Troll’s Pantry finds a new home at The Hobgoblin pub.

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Neighbourhood Review

Ben Gill has a new café bar – a slice of New York settled in Kemptown full of street art, with a stripped back dive bar feel.

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Brighton Burger Review

Nine months after we crowned Burger Off! the best burger in Brighton there might very much be a new king in town.

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La Choza Review

Despite La Choza only being open a couple months it’s the talk of the town. And straight away it’s easy to see why.

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