Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Master of the Macaron

By Anya Zervudachi I must admit, it certainly doesn't feel too much like a hard days work as I step into Julien Plumart's Boutique Et Salon de Thé, on Duke Street in the centre of Brighton. In contrast to t...

Service with Civility

Ghyll Manor is a million miles better.  "Just forty miles from Brighton, feels like a million miles away," declared the advertisment. The first half of the statement was certainly accurate. The journey to Rusp...

Flavour of the Lanes

  Classy settings in a fabulous pub, with plenty of character. A stone throw from Brighton Beach. Range of packages available. The Greene Room’s plush surroundings and quirky layout lends itself perfectl...

No Need To Fly For Street Thai

Words by Anya Zervudachi As I stepped though the doors of Street Thai in Brighton Square, out of the thoroughly miserable cold, wet British evening, had I shut my eyes, I could almost have believed I had been ...

Best Roast

Hove Place by Claire Beveridge Tucked away from the baying Sunday lunch crowd lies Hove Place on First Avenue. Slightly off the beaten track this bistro-cum-pub is full of charm, charisma, class and a cracking...

A Recipe For Success

Hotel Du Vin Head Chef Rob Carr tells Daniel White about life in the kitchen. How did you get into cooking? I did a lot of cooking with my mum when I was younger and when I was at school it was either footbal...

The Giggling Squid Review

I tend to be on a plane to somewhere, on book promotion, once a fortnight on average around the year, and a lot of people ask me how I cope.  Well, I always reply, good food and nice booze goes a long way to oi...

Living The Dream

The Grand’s executive chef Alan White talks to Daniel White about life at GB1. How did you get in to cooking? The first TV programme I ever saw on Channel 4 was called ‘Take Six Cooks’ and it was all the seri...