In recent years restaurants in Brighton & Hove have proved that the city has a lot more to offer gastronomes than just fish ‘n’ chips.
The city’s food scene has been grabbing headlines for years, from firm veggie faves like Terre a Terre and Food for Friends to stylish, quirky restaurants like 64 Degrees, and Silo, which prides itself on having zero waste by trading directly with farmers and composting.
It’s not all about finding fresh and exciting places to eat as the city has a mixture of traditional pubs and contemporary cocktail bars. In addition to the fantastic array of cocktails, Shuffle Bar has the added twist of putting the visitor in charge of the jukebox; simply tap into the app and pick your top tunes.
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