The film festival returns with some classic 60s cinema, a slew of sci-fi flicks and a few choice music docs.
Everything is better with a cup of tea and a slice of cake (except, maybe, skydiving), but where are the best places in Brighton to go?
“Authentic homemade Indian food by authentic homemade Indians” is how they describe it – what did we think?
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.
Frightened by the horsemeat? Getting sick over GM crops? Brighton & Hove Food & Drink Festival has the answers.
Gourmet burger stall The Troll’s Pantry finds a new home at The Hobgoblin pub.
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.
Nine months after we crowned Burger Off! the best burger in Brighton there might very much be a new king in town.
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.
Sure, it’s the most famous restaurant in Brighton, but have we started taking it for granted?
They love falafel, apparently. It’s easily said, but do they actually mean it? Let’s find out.
More of the same for the new Foodilic? Er, no actually – but the quality remains as high as ever.
Jamaica Inn solves the problem of not everyone wanting spicy food by serving both English classics and Jamaican staples.
Five pairs of tickets to be won for May’s Foodies Festival at Hove Lawns.
Hot food store Pie Society moved into Western Road just before Christmas.
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.
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?
They were the masters of the kebab. So you can imagine how excited we were to see Kambi’s open again recently.
Tucked just behind the Blind Tiger, this is Mexican street food quite literally brought to the back streets of Brighton.
Namul might just be the best Korean joint in the North Laine. If you like Japanese, give it a whirl.
Warung Tujuh is an authentic Indonesian eatery, and a great place to explore a lesser known cuisine.
We pick out six of the city’s finest vegetarian and vegan eating out specialists.
Brighton’s first weekly food market launches at Brighthelm Gardens on 26th April.
Traditional pub Chequers, on Preston Street, reopens after a full refurbishment.
When there are so many great independent cafés in Brighton why would anyone bother with Starbucks?
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.
Northern Lights has become a second home for not just ex-pat Scandinavians but also Brits looking for something off the beaten track.