Review: The Fishbowl, Brighton

 I for one am not a huge fan of Brighton’s varied ‘pub grub’ offerings. There are some gems (Bath Arms, Chimney House, Basketmakers: I’m looking at you), in amongst, quite frankly, a lot of complete and…

Review: UniThai, Hove

I first discovered UniThai after asking on Twitter for people’s best Thai restaurant recommendations and this one came out tops. I was already a frequent visitor to their oriental supermarket at the front of the building,…

Review: The Good Food Shop, Hove

 It feels like a million years ago since I paid a visit to this charming, and relatively new cafe on Portland Road in Hove.  I first became aware of them when they followed me on Twitter,…

Review: Marrocco’s, Hove

Probably most famous for their icecream, Marrocco’s is a traditional, family-run restaurant on Hove seafront.  They opened in the 30’s as an icecream parlour but in the late 90’s they decided to turn it into a…

Review: The Little Fish Market, Hove

Tucked away in Lower Market Street on the Brighton & Hove border, The Little Fish Market first appeared on my radar when it was a fishmongers (same name) with a few tables in, offering a tiny menu of things like…

Review: Bistro Nantais

Bistro Nantais can be found in the site where former Brighton institution Harry’s restaurant used to be, opposite the flower stand near Palmeira Square.  I’d driven past a few times, but having heard absolutely zero about…

Review: Azaro, Hove

The first I heard about Azaro was when they followed me on Twitter a few months ago, I followed them back, had a quick browse of their menu and added it to ‘the list’ of places…