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Meet Kim the singing cook in Brighton

The Argus: WITH VIDEO: Meet Kim the singing cook WITH VIDEO: Meet Kim the singing cook

FOOD glorious food – a Brighton chef has taken to serenading her customers as she cooks.

Kim Coghlan at Honey’s Food Bar in Crowhurst Road sings familiar tunes with original lyrics about the ingredients, meals on the menu and even their five-star hygiene rating.

But the 48-year-old of The Drove in Brighton is not quite pitch-perfect and her colleague Jamie Degnin, 48, lets customers know earplugs are available when Kim breaks into song.

Kim took over and rebranded Honey’s Food Bar eight weeks ago and her original combination of food and song – as well as the double comedy act with Jamie – is already going well.

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6:24pm Wed 21 May 14

NathanAdler says...

Ooooh she's a card isn't she, that Kim!!!

Not annoying in the slightest, honest.
Ooooh she's a card isn't she, that Kim!!! Not annoying in the slightest, honest. NathanAdler
  • Score: 4

11:12pm Wed 21 May 14

Elgabalus says...

I can handle the tone deaf singing, it is the amount of spittle and saliva she sprays the food with the turns my stomach
I can handle the tone deaf singing, it is the amount of spittle and saliva she sprays the food with the turns my stomach Elgabalus
  • Score: 1

11:03am Thu 22 May 14

Man of steel says...

I've always wondered why the van is allowed to permanently park on a road as this one does, blocking one carriageway, it is even worse when a bus is parked opposite.
I borrowed a caravan a couple of years ago, left it outside my house, not in anybodies way, for two days before going on a touring holiday, it received a notice of removal on the second day.
I've always wondered why the van is allowed to permanently park on a road as this one does, blocking one carriageway, it is even worse when a bus is parked opposite. I borrowed a caravan a couple of years ago, left it outside my house, not in anybodies way, for two days before going on a touring holiday, it received a notice of removal on the second day. Man of steel
  • Score: 1

2:51pm Thu 22 May 14

Klanker says...

According to the Oxford dictionary news is "newly received or noteworthy information". Noteworthy is defined as "worth paying attention to; interesting or significant"

Seeing as they opened eight weeks ago not one part of this story can be called news.

If you're going to add an advert-come-news-sto
ry at least give us opening times and a price list!
According to the Oxford dictionary news is "newly received or noteworthy information". Noteworthy is defined as "worth paying attention to; interesting or significant" Seeing as they opened eight weeks ago not one part of this story can be called news. If you're going to add an advert-come-news-sto ry at least give us opening times and a price list! Klanker
  • Score: 2

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