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    Deccan Tiffin review: A culinary crossing through colonial India

    Deccan Tiffin review: A culinary crossing through colonial India

    A Fork in the Road reviews Deccan Tiffin – the Hove supper club by Priya Deshingkar. Aromatic, intense, diverse. There are any number of ways to describe Indian cuisine, of which we’re fortunate to have…

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    Deccan Tiffin review: A culinary crossing through colonial India

    A Fork in the Road reviews Deccan Tiffin – the Hove supper club by Priya Deshingkar. Aromatic, intense, diverse. There are any number of ways to describe Indian cuisine, of which we’re fortunate to have…

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    David Nash: 200 Seasons exhibition | Towner Gallery, Eastbourne

    David Nash: 200 Seasons exhibition | Towner Gallery, Eastbourne

    I’ve been saying for a long time now that the human race needs to rekindle its relationship with nature. Eyes glued to screens, popping pills to fix our ills and ignoring our basic needs wreaks…

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    David Nash: 200 Seasons exhibition | Towner Gallery, Eastbourne

    I’ve been saying for a long time now that the human race needs to rekindle its relationship with nature. Eyes glued to screens, popping pills to fix our ills and ignoring our basic needs wreaks…

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    Waking up to… Breakfast at The Set review

    Waking up to… Breakfast at The Set review

    The Set has long been one of my favourite restaurants in Brighton. As both an adventurous eater and traveller, I’ve always loved discovering unusual ingredients and new flavour combinations, then finding ways to add them…

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    Patterns’ Bottomless Brunch colours away the hangover blues

    Patterns’ Bottomless Brunch colours away the hangover blues

    Okay I’ll say it: we’ve reached peak millennial. I think if you counted, you’d probably find more venues in Brighton & Hove serve brunch than dinner, our obsession with any combination of avocado and eggs…

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    Patterns’ Bottomless Brunch colours away the hangover blues

    Okay I’ll say it: we’ve reached peak millennial. I think if you counted, you’d probably find more venues in Brighton & Hove serve brunch than dinner, our obsession with any combination of avocado and eggs…

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    Gin Journey arrives in Brighton: here’s what to expect

    Gin Journey arrives in Brighton: here’s what to expect

    After launching successful tours across five cities globally, Gin Journey has finally arrived in Brighton – much to the delight of the city’s gin lovers. Mother’s Ruin has been my drink of choice for a…

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    Gin Journey arrives in Brighton: here’s what to expect
    Manju’s serves beautiful family recipes in the North Laine

    Manju’s serves beautiful family recipes in the North Laine

    While we certainly have no shortage of Indian restaurants in Brighton, few tell a story as vividly as Manju’s – or have a main character quite as lovable. Named for its 82-year-old matriarchal figure, who…

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