Fizz on Foot has successfully captured the fast-growing English wine industry, showcasing, in particular, the best of English sparkling wine.
Amanda Menahem records her latest month of food experiences
Hiding away in the beautiful countryside just outside of Uckfield is the East Sussex National Golf Club and Resort
The latest month of the food blog, including a London daytrip…
Announcing the Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Award winners 2016
The wine labels mean everything.
A round up of the counties latest food news, including a Masterchef winner opening his own restaurant!
Amanda and Luca Bercelli pick apart what they experienced at Isaac’s… which gives a very constructive, interesting read
A refreshing update about Amanda’s most recent food and beverage experiences
Bolney Wine Estate has been growing since 1972, but what specifics wines do they proudly offer?
The Hotel Du Vin, with the new bistro with a new out-look, offers memorable service, but how did Amanda Menahem review the food?
A beautiful countryside combined with some fine cuisine… Guernsey seems like quite a destination.
Wondering where to eat? Find out where Amanda’s been this month and her personal recommendations.
The Hotel du Vin in Brighton opened its doors for a big party to launch its luxurious new bistro.
The rise of the Rosé wine has given an incentive to find the flawless sample, as Jonny Gibson explains his views.
Amanda Menahem explores the exotic, fresh tastes of the Mango Tree.
Amanda Menahem documents her recent dining experiences in the local Brighton & Hove area.
The Mâcon wine region is a patchwork of villages, sedimentary soils and terroirs.
Quick bits of food news from around Brighton and Hove.
The Gingerman has been quietly and confidently producing excellent food in comfortable, elegant surroundings for years.
Amanda Menahem details her recent experiences with some of innovative and fantastic dining experiences around Brighton and Hove.
Here are Amanda Menahem’s top picks for taking business clients for lunch.
The Brooklands Hotel is a striking example of modern architecture and has received an accolade for being in the Top-100 ‘best small companies to work for’.
Nestled within the South Downs National Park near the Petworth Estate, the Horse Guards Inn certainly provides a splendid countryside fix
One of the best things about this time of year is when the signs appear at the end of dusty tracks around Sussex for fresh asparagus
The funky, modern branding of Wiston Estate Winery caught my eye long ago, and being a sucker for bubbles, I was destined to become a fan.
Ben McKellar is not one for the limelight. You may not even have heard of him, but you will almost certainly have heard of his restaurants – the Ginger group
The ever-popular Bagatti’s Italian restaurant can be found in South End, at the heart of Croydon’s restaurant quarter.
English wines are enjoying a renaissance at the moment.
Award winning Curry Leaf Cafe is fast gaining an impressive reputation in our region for both the cuisine and its regular charity events.
Located in the picture-perfect Sussex town of Petworth, The Leconfield is definitely a restaurant rather than a ‘pub with food’.
When Be Kassapian picked up the Leatherhead Business Person of the Year award, it was a popular choice.
Denbies Wine Estate, England’s largest vineyard, is situated on the outskirts of Dorking in the heart of the Surrey Hills.
With an ever-growing reputation for dining out, the South End area of Croydon has been officially recognised as Croydon’s Restaurant Quarter.
I decided to broaden my horizons when invited to dinner at The Kensington – by the new GM Simon Maguire.
The multi award winning Ridgeview wines are growing in popularity and acclaim.
The Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Festival hosts this year’s Spring Harvest from 19-30th May
There’s nothing like a curry and a few drinks on a Friday night to mark the end of a week and get your weekend off to a fitting start.
The first thing to say about food and wine pairing is that there is a lot of stuff and nonsense written about it. If something works well for you, then stick with it.
Fans of Masterchef may recall how Steven Edwards, a Sussex-based chef, won the sixth ‘professionals’ series at the age of just 26, making him one of the youngest winners.
The Croydon Food Festival – the biggest foodie event in London’s biggest borough – will be back with a new name and an even more ambitious programme for 2016.
Richard Hopton, the new Director of Operations at Hilton Brighton Metropole, tells Ian Trevett about the updated food and drink offerings at the hotel
Now, I could be accused of being a bit London centric at the moment since this will be my third London review in a row but let’s face it – so many of us Sussex and Surrey dwellers find ourselves there either because of Londoner friends or for work.