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Food & Drink

Kooks, Gardner Street, BrightonTA8615A8.Picture Terry Applin

Explore the new kooky restaurant in Brighton's North Laine

The Midsummer Fish Festival marquee at The Stade Open Space in 2014

Hastings celebrates its fishy heritage on The Stade Open Space

The Guide.Dead Wax Social, Bond Street, Brighton..TA4615E11.PICTURE TERRY APPLIN. (28148666)

A new Brighton bar for music lovers

Indian Summer. Picture by Tony Wood

Full of Eastern promise

Chef Michael Bremner from 64 Degrees serving at the Food Lab

A banquet of big days out: Ten events not to miss at the Spring Harvest

The Half Moon pub in Warninglid

Never mind the bus stops, on the Sussex Gourmet Bus Tour

Pic by Roarke Pearce

Semolina: affordable and refined eaterie

Chefs Dan Kenny, left and Semone Bonner at The Set of Scales – picture by Sam Stephenson

Fast food fish on the menu

Isaac Bartlett-Copeland

Taste of enthusiasm and ambition

Easter food and dring festivities

Easter food and drink festivities

A veggie feast

A veggie feast

Presuming Ed, London Road, Brighton

Colourful café for community

Dan Kenny, left, and Semone Bonner in the kitchen of The Set

Classy newcomer shows playful side

Coalition, King’s Road, Brighton

13 of Brighton's top entertainment venues named as the best in the country

Cavernous new seafront pub The Tempest to go down a storm

Cavernous new seafront pub The Tempest to go down a storm

Adorable treats come in shot glasses

Save room for dessert

Picture by Sam Stephenson

A new meaning to paw service

The Salt Room is to fish what The Coal Shed is to meat

The Salt Room is to fish what The Coal Shed is to meat

Bartender Toby Scott at The Plotting Parlour

In the mix at The Plotting Parlour

The Park Crescent

Some great meaty treats

The Salt Room, Brighton – picture by Terry Applin

More salt?

Sussex's best fish and chips

Eight venues which produce Sussex's best fish and chips

Fantastic fish and chips on the seafront

Fantastic fish and chips on the seafront

The Hope And Ruin pub, Brighton

New start with renewed Hope

No.32’s head chef Matt Hudson

Theatrical space provides luxurious setting for restaurant

Rosie Cole and Veronica Thomason at Ropetackle Cafe

Veronica's cracking cakes

Antipasto mare

It’s a little piece of Italy

Jazz up your dinnertimes

Jazz up your dinnertimes

Gar’s stylish interior

Delicious high quality chinese food

Pavel Indian Restaurant

Curry with a view of sea

The Joker

I dare you to try the Viper

The Black Lion, Brighton

Taste of guilt and pleasure

Amberley Castle

Castle serves food that’s fit for a king

Paris Wine Bar, 119 Church Road, Hove.  Tel: 01273 778013

Enjoy a continental flavour at the Paris Wine Bar in Hove

David Taylor, right, in Paris Café and Bar. Below, dining outside

It’s the Med and Paris too

Head chef, Aldrin Maminta and owner Ryan Zhu at Brighton’s new Asian fusion restaurant, Sunoso

A new taste of the Orient

An evening to remember

An evening to remember

Periodic Table Of Cheese, La Cave à Fromage, December 7

You’ve Gouda give it a taste

Tasty food hits the right notes

Tasty food hits the right notes

The Great Beauty

New level to cinema food

Customers enjoying the food at Into the Blue, Shoreham

Seafood that’s just too good to share

Stefanos Lianakis and partner Angeliki Zafeiropoulou at their deli, Sage & Relish, Western Road, Hove – picture by Terry Applin

Sage and Relish, Western Road, Hove

The Craft Beer Company on Regent Hill

Reviewed: Craft Beer Company

Food served from the new hot counter in Infinity Foods Kitchen

Reliable 100% organic food

Eastern Eye, Brighton

Trends catch up with Eastern Eye

The world in your cuppa

The world in your cuppa

Brighton Chocolate Ecstasy Tours

The road to chocolate heaven

Chef Simon Hatton

Friendly food gets Seven Stars

River Spice Restaurant

Traditional Indian with a difference

Joint owners Andy Tinker-Taylor, left, and head chef Alistair Doyle

The French connection: L'Eglise

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