Plant Stories Kitchen has raised more than £5,000 to help feed children in need this half term. Brighton’s latest vegan community kitchen project – Plant Stories Kitchen – has raised more than £5,000 to help feed children in need this half term. Plant Stories Kitchen is run by Gemma Ogston of Gem’s Wholesome Kitchens and Aye Mya Oo of Fu Fighters and has already garnered … Continue reading Plant Stories Kitchen raises thousands to feed children in need
A new vegan cafe, Really Good Juice, has opened on Western Road, bringing the best coffee, food and you guessed it, juice to the sometimes-sunny streets of Hove. Really Good Juice, the cafe-centric sister of summer’s biggest vegan hit, Really Happy Chicken has opened on Western Road, just off of Brunswick Square. Bringing “Coffee, juice and really good feels” the brand new venture is 100 … Continue reading Vegan cafe Really Good Juice opens in Hove
Washed Out Festival has launched its own-limited run coffee, made in collaboration with Hastings-based Sham City Roasters. Washed Out Festival may have sadly been cancelled for 2020, but have no fear, the city’s number one punk fest can get your blood pumping all winter long with its brand new coffee. The Washed Out Roast has been made in collaboration with Hastings bean bandits, Sham City … Continue reading Washed Out launches its own coffee
Whether they are the saviour of a working class parent, or a reassuring culinary cuddle when in a pit of despair, kiddie dinners are wonderful and they must be defended. Kiddie dinner, orange dinner, toddler tea: We may call it different things but we all recognise the beige tsunami of kinda-crispy, very salty, things and we all secretly love it. Our proclivity for these meals … Continue reading In defence of kiddie dinner
August’s eat out to help out scheme was a roaring success. It was a month where we got all-too-accustomed to having a wedge of our dinner bill wiped off purely because it was early in the week, and as such the crash back to full-price reality was a hard one. Luckily a number of independent businesses across Brighton have extended the offer into September – … Continue reading Five great Brighton restaurants offering September eat out deals
Vegan fried chick’n has come to Brighton and it is good. Very, very good. One would be forgiven for thinking that opening a restaurant in the middle of a pandemic would be a bit of a misstep, but as we have been so reliably informed by numerous action movies that which appears crazy often work very well indeed. Such is the rather uncurious case of … Continue reading Really Happy Chicken, Preston Street: Vegan fried happiness.
Brighton is in for an absolute scorcher this weekend, 31 July – 2 August, we’ve locked in some Bison beach beers, a real deal Mexican pop up, Brighton’s best kept secret and the city’s first vegan chicken shop. Bison Beach Bar The sun is going to have his hat firmly on this Friday meaning that thousands upon thousands of revellers will descend upon the city … Continue reading Weekend what’s on: Fun in the sun
Really Happy Chicken, a totally percent vegan fried chicken shop is opening in Brighton boasting a menu inspired by KFC and Southern American fast food. The team at Really Happy Chicken are adamant about serving delicious, soul food first which just so happens to be vegan and will be doing so from Tuesday 4 August. RHC has turned to seitan for their chicken burgers and … Continue reading Vegan fried chicken coming to Brighton
Plant-based Mexican food specialists, Bendito Maiz will be posted up outside The Store, Fiveways this Saturday The Hollingbury-based company will be selling a range of its top products from 11am-4pm. Bendito Maiz specialises in vegan takes on classic Mexican cuisine, from handmade tortillas, moles, El Pastor-style seitan to pickles and sauces. The kitchen is currently running a supper club collaboration with Brighton legends A Tribe … Continue reading Bendito Maiz popping up at The Store Saturday 1 August
Freeloada is the vegan junk food spot you never knew you needed. Mac and cheez burgers, buffalo fries, korean wings, and a pink burger with ice cream in it. Certainly weird, definitely wonderful. It’s everything you’d hope and two scoops more. Vegan junk food has become an ever present in our lives since first emerging as a rare tonic to the kale days. be it … Continue reading Freeloada at East Street Tap: The vegan junk food you never knew you needed.