Tag: Brighton food bloggers

WIN The Brighton & Sussex Cookbook!

WIN The Brighton & Sussex Cookbook!

A brand new cookbook has been released, featuring over 25 recipes from some of our favourite restaurants, cafes and suppliers in Brighton & Sussex. Some of our most loved foodie joints across Brighton & Sussex have shared their secrets in a brand new cookbook, published […]

The Third Place 1st Birthday Giveaway!

The Third Place 1st Birthday Giveaway!

The Third Place turns one! If you follow me across social media, you may have seen that I recently celebrated my blog’s first birthday! I can’t quite believe it’s been a whole year since I threw all caution to the wind and started The Third […]

Win 2 tickets to the Brighton Foodies Festival!

Win 2 tickets to the Brighton Foodies Festival!

This giveaway has now ended. Get your stretchy pants at the ready, the Foodies Festival is coming back to Brighton! The UK’s biggest celebration of food, drink and wellbeing is kicking off at Hove Lawns this May Bank Holiday. I’m super thrilled to be heading over for […]

Brewed

Brewed

Brewed is a place that I seriously don’t think gets enough credit. Barely a year old, it’s still a relative newcomer to the Brighton coffee and brunch scene. I remember watching them spring up during my final commutes, and feeling thrilled when I realised it was a coffee […]

Edendum | A Tasting Evening

Edendum | A Tasting Evening

You might remember my review of Edendum, a charming (and authentic) Italian in the heart of the Lanes. After a great first visit, I was super excited to be invited back for an evening of tasting. Pizza, prosecco and… more prosecco With Brandon in tow, I arrived to the familiar, […]

Three nights in Copenhagen: Day Four

Three nights in Copenhagen: Day Four

As I’m writing this post, I’m sat on a plane with some bloke’s knees in my back. He’s snoring and the girl next to me keeps slapping her hair in my face. Not the way I’m choosing to end my trip to Copenhagen, I’m bringing […]

Three nights in Copenhagen: Day Three

Three nights in Copenhagen: Day Three

Day three in Copenhagen started, as all days should, with pizza. We’d decided to visit Rosenborg Castle in the city centre, and stopped by a bakery to keep us going. Rosenborg Castle A summer home for the Danish monarchy in the 17th century, Rosenborg revealed […]

Three nights in Copenhagen: Day Two

Three nights in Copenhagen: Day Two

Our second day in Copenhagen got off to a sunny start. Before we left the apartment. Whilst dry for the first couple of hours we were out, the rest of the day was pretty wet. Did we take an umbrella out that day? We did […]

Three nights in Copenhagen: Day One

Three nights in Copenhagen: Day One

I’m writing this post from the squishiest bed in Copenhagen – although maybe don’t fact check me on that. Rather than write one colossal summary post of my trip, I’d like to bring you a roundup of each day that we’re here. Three nights, four […]

Rosina Makes | Vegan and gluten free bakes

Rosina Makes | Vegan and gluten free bakes

Recently, I received a rather sparkly delivery… in the form of six gluten free AND vegan doughnuts from Rosina Makes. “Wait”, I hear you say, “you’re not vegan or gluten free?!”. It’s true, I’m neither, but it doesn’t mean I can’t taste these from a different perspective. Rosina […]

Trading Post Coffee Roastery

Trading Post Coffee Roastery

Hold up, there’s a new brunch spot in town: Trading Post Coffee Roastery. Up until quite recently, Rickshaw Oriental stood in its place. I can’t say I’d been although from what I’ve read, things didn’t end too well there. Anyway, Trading Post moved in and began […]

Cafe Chilli | Thai food in Brighton and Hove

Cafe Chilli | Thai food in Brighton and Hove

As we entered 2017, I began compiling a list of all the places I had yet to try around Brighton. One restaurant I’d continually heard great things about was Cafe Chilli, so of course it was on there. Well you can imagine my absolute delight when […]

Sweet Potato Taco Boats

Sweet Potato Taco Boats

As I’ve said before, I like to try and create meals that are light on carbs or meat free throughout the week. This is mostly to make up for the fact that from Friday through to Saturday, all I do is go out for food! […]

Looking back at my first year of blogging

Looking back at my first year of blogging

Well okay, I’ve only been running this blog for 9 months, but that doesn’t sound as good does it? 2016 was a pretty shit year in terms of current events. But on a more personal level, it saw the start of an entirely new side of […]

Grubbs

Grubbs

I’ve been a little absent lately amongst preparations for starting a new job and leaving another, but I’m back now with promises of being a better blogger and a review all about… GRUBBS. A big part of me thinks you’ll know it well. When I […]

Nowhere Man | Pancake Club

Nowhere Man | Pancake Club

I was very recently invited* down to Nowhere Man with Jess to review their Pancake Club and, as  we knew would need the pick me up, we chose to visit the morning after the Brighton Girl Halloween Party. Boy, were we right. Struggling to walk in a […]

Trollburger

Trollburger

The Troll’s Pantry has been on my burger list basically since we moved to Brighton, and I’m not really sure how we managed to go so long without trying one. I like saving places until the time feels right, and lately I’ve decided that my quest […]

Smashburger

Smashburger

What is Smashburger? Smashburger has been a hotly anticipated addition to the burger scene in Brighton; one which, unlike other American burger chains such as Five Guys and Shake Shack, many of us have not tasted or perhaps even come across before now. The brand […]

i gigi Café

i gigi Café

2018 update – the cafes in i gigi has now sadly closed. I recently stopped by i gigi for a Top Five Most Ingrammable Cafés feature I worked on for Brighton Girl and instantly fell in love with the beautiful aesthetics and serene setting. My […]

Fatto a Mano

Fatto a Mano

I’ve been saving a review of Fatto a Mano for quite some time, although I don’t really know why that is. Perhaps because this place is quite special to me and I wanted to do it right, or perhaps because every time I go I […]

Café Plenty

Café Plenty

At the top of London Road you’ll find Circus Parade – for a long time a strange, degenerate little corner that added to the shabby reputation London Road is still slowly trying to forget. Finally, and a few months ago now after a newly developed building, […]

Street Thai | Brighton

Street Thai | Brighton

I feel like blogging has brought out a braver side in me recently. Once an incredibly fussy eater, and never one to walk into a restaurant that looked empty, my curiosity about trying new food and places for myself has taken over. I mean, I ate an Octopus […]

Polpo

Polpo

If you haven’t already heard of Polpo, then today I would like to tell you about it. And if you have, well then I trust that you’ll want to learn some more, so stick around 😉 Well-loved by Londoners and an immediate dining hotspot in Brighton, […]

CIRCO (Formerly Señor Buddha)

CIRCO (Formerly Señor Buddha)

Almost a year ago, Señor Buddha popped up along the somewhat degenerate parade of shops in Preston Road to inject some new life into the street. The brainchild of owner Lee Shipley,  Señor Buddha is a celebration of two popular cuisines fused together: Spanish tapas fused […]

Black Mocha

Black Mocha

Black Mocha has caught my eye ever since it surfaced in place of Chocaffinitea on Gloucester Road. I’ve since found out that it is in fact the very same establishment having gone through a complete rebrand, and I have to say it 100% looks all […]

NEW: Franco Manca Sourdough Pizza

NEW: Franco Manca Sourdough Pizza

Tonight I had the very exciting privilege of taking three guests for an evening of pizza trialling at the much anticipated Franco Manca, a Neapolitan style pizza restaurant opening on Regent Street in Brighton this Friday! When I heard Franco Manca was the latest Neapolitan style […]

Brickwood Coffee and Bread

Brickwood Coffee and Bread

This weekend just gone, I got to explore a little of what Tooting and Clapham have to offer when I went to visit one of my best friends. Before she moved, I did a little research (of course) ahead of our inevitable visits to stay […]

Glazed

Glazed

After a short absence due to final year uni assignments, which I’d like to add are DONE FOREVER, I return to you today with a wonderful new find in Brighton – Glazed. Popping up about two weeks ago opposite The Level, Glazed is a coffee […]

Stock Burger Co.

Stock Burger Co.

Stock Burger Co. is a place I’ve wanted to check out since the weekend it opened back towards the beginning of the year. For a while, my boyfriend and I went through a burger obsession phase, and whilst we’ve moved on from that, are still on the hunt for […]

My third place: Pelicano Coffee and Tea House

My third place: Pelicano Coffee and Tea House

I thought today I’d write a post about one of my top third place spots around Brighton: Pelicano Coffee and Tea House (you’ll soon learn that I am way too indecisive to have one third place). Based in Sydney Street at the top of the […]


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