When you visit Nuposto’s website, you’ll immediately realise this isn’t your average pizza place. Not only is it run by an expert in the culinary field, but it has produced something truly unique, even though its goal was to replicate the classic Neapolitan pizza. With so many restaurants now available that specialise in Italian food and pizzas, the challenge was on. Yes, pizza is a Passion. A Passion that the Nuposto Team has for Italian Pizza.
They are a small team of professionals in the Italian cuisine and they want to find the best way to deliver a real Neapolitan pizza in London, Brighton Town Press (brightontownpress.co.uk). Nuposto aims to address the two main issues faced by traditional pizzerias when trying to sell their product outside Italy. Fancy an authentic Neapolitan pizza? At Nuposto the dough is proved for over 24 hours before being topped with rich tomato sauce and the freshest Italian mozzarella then cooked at a staggering 450F for just 60 seconds to seal in the flavour.
Need it in a hurry? Use their collection web service to have it ready for your arrival. Having a rough day? Can't get your head off work and just can't wait to have a beer and pizza when you get home? We all know how tough Mondays can be so why not pop out to Nuposto in Soho where they make their own dough for over 24 hours. It is then cooked at 450F in around a minute brilliant.
If you want a truly authentic Neapolitan pizza, then Nuposto is where you need to go. Using top quality ingredients, this restaurant is dedicated to providing fresh food to its customers. Hastings and Rye joined as a unitary authority on 1 April 1996. The high point is Whissonsett Mount at 213 ft (65 m) in the northwest near the village of Whissonsett. The geology of the County is varied, with the most extensive areas of limestone being in the east and clay being in the west.
OhSo Social's key benefits are its location, the outdoor seating and airy interior, and the value for money. The location is ideal if youre carrying out a lot of business in or around Brighton, especially for those people who live beyond the city limits in places like Lewes. Its a great place to meet clients as it isnt overly expensive or too ostentatious but offers a lovely airy atmosphere with a gorgeous view of the sea, which is always appreciated on those duller days in November that we sometimes get at this time of year.
OhSo Social is run by the same people as Cafe Havana and OhSo 21 (which are in my opinion two of the best restaurants in Brighton, only a stones throw away). I decided to visit this great venue as it had come onto my radar. It was a warm day, so we took advantage of its spacious patio which overlooks the sea front. When you walk into OhSo Social thats when you realize how big it is.
OhSo Social is situated on the seafront above Brighton Pier, smack bang in the middle of the city’s most popular beach (West Beach) and about a stone’s throw from its most popular promenade. Positioned on the first-floor of this double-fronted building, you wouldn’t think OhSo Social would have much of a sea-view but as it turns out, you couldn’t be more wrong. OhSo Social is a lively restaurant serving up a tasty mix of British, Mediterranean, and Asian-flavours cooked to perfection over charcoal grills.
The stylish restaurant takes pride in not using a microwave or a deep fat-fryer, its no-frills setting makes it the perfect place to enjoy good honest food consistently well prepared and served at reasonable prices. OhSo Social is a very trendy place that serves mainly small plates of food to share. I love choosing a selection of different dishes and being able to try lots of flavours. This is something OhSo Social makes very easy, not to mention the case with the gorgeous presentation of the food on each plate.
This is the perfect little cafe for taking a break (especially if youre at Brighton Beach) either on your own or with friends. Its hard to find breakfast places in Sydney that do a good job with breakfast, but Lucky Beach doesnt disappoint. While they specialize in burgers and vegetarian offerings, its the food youd expect from a proper breakfast joint. They have an unbelievable selection of sandwiches and toasts, its hard to decide is it better as a breakfast option or lunch.
Lucky Beach is situated on the beachfront and it’s easily one of Brighton’s best cafes. Open directly onto the beach, Lucky Beach shares a large outdoor terrace with the nearby beach bar so that you can bring your drink from inside to enjoy it on the patio. The indoor seating area is lovely and cosy with bench seats and low tables. Lucky Beach has a bright, fun decor with lots of brickwork and white tiles its really good fun.
Dont be confused by this beachside menu – the Lucky Beach lunch menu is to die for! I recently went with friends who ordered a big group of food that we could all share including surf & turf, burgers and chilli fries. We were all very impressed and loved trying each others meals out while taking in the stunning ocean view. This place is great if you like to share your meal. The Lucky Beach Cafe is a great place for a weekend brunch.
After strolling along the beach, you can grab a table on the patio and enjoy the coastal breeze. Lunch, dinner and drinks are also served at Lucky Beach Cafe and there's even a daily happy hour from 3pm to 6pm with drinks and snacks at a discounted price. The sun was out this particular lunch time when we dropped by. As befits a bar and restaurant built on the seafront, OhSo Social takes full advantage of its enviable position to serve a menu that features plenty of seafood options.
Plateau on West Street is Brighton’s only French restaurant, bar and deli. They feature an open kitchen where you can see the chefs at work. This gives the place a very relaxed and friendly atmosphere. They also have a nice courtyard at the back of the restaurant with larger tables to accommodate bigger groups and parties. The Venue [Plateau, Brighton] is a charming French-inspired bistro situated on Arch 3’s popular ‘vintage corner. ’ Created by Six Taverns (the same group behind many of Brighton’s cosy cocktail bars and restaurants), the venue is as romantic as it is sophisticated.
Coppa Club are the new kid on the block in Brighton and have recently opened their brand new beautiful restaurant at 69 Grand Parade. Their aim is to create the ultimate all-day dining experience, which means you can pop in for breakfast, lunch or dinner, with build your own coffee and dessert stations on offer all day. Coppa Club's main offering is a simple yet healthy, seasonal menu which is freshly prepared from scratch in-house by Executive Head Chef Dan Robinson.
The venue is split into two parts. The first being your main dining area, which has a brunch menu and the second is a cocktail bar, perfect for chilling out when friends pop in for a cup of tea. So whether you're enjoying a meal out with friends or family for food or drinks, Coppa Club will be top of your list in Brighton and Hove. With Coppa Club opening in the heart of the Lanes, it’s now easier than ever before to have that popular brunch by day, all-day-dining spot.
The new Coppa Club have their eyes set on bringing a fresh Mediterranean flare to the Lanes, with warm classic dishes prepared to perfection. With an incredible view of Brighton Beach, Coppa Club delivers a dining experience that you can’t resist. Quirky yet clearly defined, Coppa Club is the new all-day-dining venue that will leave you questioning why you’ve never visited before. Coppa Club have arrived in Brighton and bring a whole new vibe to town when it comes to all-day dining.
Hotel Du Vin
I was lucky enough to attend a bloggers afternoon at Hotel du Vin Brighton last week. The bloggers afternoon was held in the Bistro Du Vin, which is situated in the luxurious boutique hotel, Hotel Du Vin. Nestled in Brightons famous Lanes, just a pebbles throw from the beach its a perfect place to experience fine dining in a really relaxed setting. A luxurious boutique hotel in the heart of Brighton, England is seeking a French inspired Head Chef that will share their passion for modern European cuisine.
Terre A Terre
The idea of eating tofu and salad leaves for the rest of your life isn't usually a tantalising prospect. It was this thought that led Jeremy Lee and Lucy Moore to open Terre Terre in 1991 and create their own brand of high-standard vegetarian cooking. From the moment you step in to their small, discreet restaurant on Arlington Street, London, you'll be struck by the sense of anticipation. The smells wafting from the kitchen will lure you through into the main dining room and within seconds your eyes will be feasting on rows of startlingly colourful dishes like Italian braised aubergines with chickpea puree and toasted pine nuts or wild mushrooms a la Grecque and stuffed with pine kernels.
These are dishes you. My first introduction to Terre a Terre was a lunch with a colleague who had been before. From the moment we left work I could feel my excitement mounting; I wasn’t even hungry but lunch was going to be amazing, and I knew it. Presenting itself as quite industrial from the outside, one would never guess that inside lies the most exquisite setting. With only five tables the space is intimate, but not too crowded.
Two time BBC Good Food award winner, Terre a Terre in Brighton is a vegetarian's paradise! If you are looking for somewhere off the beaten track, then this place is just right there. The ambience has a very relaxed and refreshing feel to it. One can experience the amazing taste of their food in their outdoor garden or even in their chapel (for special occasions only). Terre Terre. Where vegetarianism is indulgence not abstinence, Terre Terre has been changing views about vegetarian cuisine for the past 21 years.
Imaginative and daring, the team at Terre a Terre use their skills and experience to really push the boundaries of traditional cooking creating the most exciting dishes. A lunchtime experience to behold, vegetarian or not. Their new signature restaurant, Terre a Terre is the culmination of three years work. A stunning basement room just off Seven Dials and behind the jazz bar Soho Jam, it takes vegetarian dining to new heights. Faced with a different menu every day, as well as an extensive wine list, the team at Terre Terre do not disappoint.
When it comes to vegetarian cuisine creativity is key and the team here excel. The impressive Hotel Du Vin offers unrivalled service with a French-inspired menu with a British influence. Housed in a grade “A” listed building, the Bistro du Vin at Hotel Du Vin Brighton serves breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and an extensive menu of dinner dishes. The refined dishes all feature locally-sourced ingredients, where possible. Choose from either the brunch or the all-day menu, giving endless choice no matter who you visit with.
Owned by husband and wife team, Craig and Emma Glassop, Kooks prides itself on using local suppliers and delivering good simple home cooked food. With a bar menu and specials board, as well as a main menu you will find burgers, fish cakes, bangers & mash, fresh seafood platters, steak specials (made especially when you order them), roast pork with crackling and triple cooked chips as well as sharing boards, which are served all week.
Kooks restaurant is a great little place in the North Laine which offers a relaxed environment for diners to enjoy a meal. Its one of those places that serves affordable food, with a range of fish dishes alongside burgers and the usual vegetarian options. The food is served quickly and without hassle, creating a relaxed atmosphere where you can enjoy your meal and head off. Kooks can best be described as a boho-bistro. There are a lot of chefs out there who try to do something different with their food but fall short of creating real taste sensations.
Kooks stands out because they pretty much serve up your old favourites, but they inject each one with an element of surprise that makes your taste buds howl for more. Sitting in a corner of the North Laine, tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the independent shops is Kooks Bistro. Built around a traditional bar and restaurant area this bistro welcomes you in with a simplicity of design and style, focusing on fresh food cooked to order instead of fancy decor or pretentious service.
Kooks is a North Laine institution and after following them on Facebook, we decided to see what all the fuss was about. It didn’t disappoint, it’s a lovely little place with comforting but stylish decor, as soon as you go in you feel like you’re being looked after by your own granny. The menu at Kook’s is short and sweet with a few meat dishes and an even smaller number of fish options. The chef’s daily choice follows this theme too.
Upon arrival you will be greeted by one of the bistro’s hostesses who will lead you through to the open, inviting space. With menus already in hand and some cheeky music (think early sunday morning pump up), you pretty much know what to expect from Mange Tout: a relaxed, chilled atmosphere where the staff are friendly and love to chat, the food is local and fresh, yet French inspired, and the interior design consists of mismatched chairs and tables, a bar counter which runs along most of the main floor space, funky lights, and a blackboard with not only their menu but also daily specials picked out to tantalise your taste buds.
On the occasion of my visit on a chilled Thursday evening, I was greeted by a woman who was charming and warm in a greeting that you would only expect at an upmarket establishment. She sat us down, and left us to page through the dimly lit menu. On a cold evening, I wanted something hearty and light, so devoured a delicious Pecan & Honey Crusted Lamb Rump with Mushroom Ragout and Tarragon Mash; which came with Mange Tout’s signature rosemary potatoes.
The moment you walk in to Mange Tout you feel a sense of spaciousness, with its bold use of windows, large wooden trestle table and numerous plants. Clean and simple lines make up the decor which is carried through to the menu, which if you are anything like me, you will enjoy reading. The menu consists of a number of sharing options, starters, mains and desserts as well as individual dishes that are neatly broken down into their contents.
I’m quite unfamiliar with Brighton, having only visited a few times. But from what I’ve heard, Mange Tout is an exceptional French-style bistro in the North Laine. The restaurant and bar are hip, warm, and welcoming places to hang out and enjoy some of France’s finest food. You may be aware that Brighton has a burgeoning microbrewery scene, but Mange Tout is the first local brewery to open a restaurant venture – and they’ve nailed it.
Coal Shed has been on my wishlist for a long time. Reuben and I have wanted to visit for some time now. So, you can imagine how happy we were when mum invited us here for dinner! There aren’t that many places to eat in Brighton. And since The Lanes are becoming more and more yuppie it is nice to still see the smaller independent businesses thriving. For me, I love supporting the local community business because it keeps Brighton unique.
What makes the Coal Shed so different, apart from our charcoal oven and unique ethos is our award-winning wine list. This is not your usual wine selection! Imagine you’re sat on the edge of a hill at the end of the working day with a glass of fine wine at hand and loads to think about within arms length this is the vision we have for The Coal Shed. Coal Shed has a relaxed and contemporary feel, with a menu to match.
With dishes that are simple but, crafted to perfection, this restaurant will have you coming back time and again for more. We also have an exceptional young cellar master who ensures the wine list offers something to suit all tastes. I did manage to grab 2 of the staff, Maria and Thomas, for some questions about what's on the go. From the specials list, I opted for the day’s offering of roast cod served with beans, spinach and coco bread.
Six years ago the idea for Redroaster was born in Matt Gillans mind. The goal. to create something that hadnt been done before in Ireland: A restaurant where the food is the star, and one that people would want to visit multiple times a week. Four years later an opportunity arose to bring his dream to life. Taking over an old retail unit on Georges St, Matt set about putting together a team of passionate individuals who could make his vision happen.
Redroaster. Serving from 7am-5pm, is the place to go if you’re looking for a sophisticated lunch. With exciting dishes like this epic Chicken Kiev with Black Garlic, Charred Gem & Onion Hash, alongside many brunch favourites with a twist inspired by Matt Gillan’s Michelin star background, you wont be disappointed!
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You can have a coffee in the morning alongside Eggs Benedict with Chorizo, or those eggs on the side with a slow cooked pulled pork hash for dinner! Theres also room for lighter dishes for lunch so you dont fill up too early. Although theyve been around since 2010, Redroaster doesnt have the overly done interior or caters to a multitude of different customers like the big chains do. Instead it embodies its luxury feel through their service and simple menu.
Such as the fact that all their coffee beans are roasted in house, thats why it tastes so good. On the weekends, Redroaster also has an array of dishes to suit all appetites. Light baps like The Big Man Baguette and Roasted Butternut Soup as well as hearty dishes like The Mary Poppins which features 2 poached eggs, chorizo, halloumi, spinach and our own black garlic hollandaise sauce on sourdough toast. Serving from 7am-5pm, Redroaster is the place to go if youre looking for a sophisticated lunch.
Starfish And Coffee
With the recent expansion of people turning to healthy eating, Starfish & Coffee provides an exciting and innovative menu which is bursting with flavour and fresh ingredients, designed to offer a treat for all. They believe that if you eat well – you’ll feel well. They hire only the finest chefs in Brighton who use only the freshest ingredients from local suppliers. Their aim is to serve delicious produce that can be enjoyed by everyone each day.
All Starfish & Coffee pastries are freshly baked early every morning in their state-of-the-art bakery kitchen, which is just around the corner from the restaurant. They use seasonal fruits, nuts and spice to ensure a unique and distinctive flavour which changes every few weeks. As well as fresh pastries each day, they also serve amazing breakfasts, brunch and lunch dishes. Catering for both vegans and vegetarians, Starfish & Coffee uses local suppliers where possible and heritage breeds of meat.
Their food is seasonal, fresh and very delicious. Having dined here on numerous occasions, I can also assure you this is one of the cosiest and coziest places to eat in Brighton. Starfish & Coffee’s skilled team who have worked at many top London bakeries and restaurants, together collaborating to introduce a unique twist to traditional classics. They use both tried-and-tested methods and innovative ideas to make pastries that have been described as fresh, light and fluffy.
Starfish & Coffee were the first vendors to sign up to snap and tell. Their ethos of fresh, seasonal, quality ingredients and honesty about where their produce comes from were a perfect fit for us. Plus, they are located very close to our office. How could we not get involved?. Starfish & Coffee is a cosy and warm place to enjoy some good quality food and drink, with an emphasis on breakfast. I visited them last week and whilst everything I tried was of high quality the smoked salmon bagel blew my mind.
Lunch In The Seven Dials/ Brighton Station Area Chimney House
A really cosy, friendly pub next to Brighton Station. It has a fully stocked bar. Spacious outside seating area which is great in the summer months. Outdoor barbecues in the summer too. Set menu on Sundays, and big nights with live music throughout the week. Will often book out for big parties so quite small inside but lots of outside seating and an upstairs private dining room available if you want to eat there. The food is proper pub grub but delivered in a polished way and created using the finest quality, local ingredients.
Chimney house is one of the few places that I still think about going back to. It would most likely be in the early afternoon for a pint or two, or maybe afternoon tea and cake (Yes, that's an actual option here). The food may be "pub grub", which isn't to everyone's taste, but it was very nice, and you'd struggle to find better quality ingredients than they use in their recipe's. And.
you get the added bonus of being in Brighton Station. which if you've not been there before will blow your mind away. ". The great thing about the Chimney house is that it's a pub for everyone. They've got a large space upstairs which can be booked with a projector, meaning they can cater for meetings, birthdays and all sorts. The downstairs area has a nice feel to it. There's a small beer garden at the front if the sun's out and you can always get a seat as its too small to feel overcrowded perfect if you don't want to scream over people at your table.
The Seven Dials area is a pretty funny place. They have a few cafes, some independent shops, lots of churches and a bunch of weird tiny alleys that don’t lead anywhere. It makes for an interesting walk and is well worth checking out on a sunny day. The Commercial Road is full of parking spots, which is also handy as The Chimney House doesn’t have its own car park. With exciting dishes from michelin starred chef, Matt Gillan, youll find dishes like his epic Chicken Kiev with Black Garlic, Charred Gem & Onion Hash, alongside many brunch favourites with a twist.
Vegan food can be delicious, rich and satisfying – and not just the same old hummus, lentil roasts or the ubiquitous banana-nice-cream. Smorls Kitchen serves up a menu inspired by all things chickpea: from earthy homemade falafel pittas filled with pickled turnips and radishes to huge salad bowls filled with cashew tahini dressing, baked aubergine, pickled onions and homemade falafel chunks. Let's be honest, vegans aren’t usually the first people that spring to mind when deciding where to go for lunch.
Great British Charcuterie
How could visiting a charcuterie, cheese and wine outlet help in the kitchen you may well ask. What would I possibly gain from such a visit? Whilst it is certainly true that Brighton boasts many wonderful restaurants, cafés and bars, The Great British Charcuterie Co. offers something different – an opportunity to explore our local food produce and its potential to enhance your cooking. By bringing together our finest cheese, wine and charcuterie suppliers we’re able to offer you really quite something different.
In 2016 S & P Bartley opened the doors to their store, today it boasts a wide portfolio of boutique dishes. The unique concept provides fresh, locally-sourced produce, accompanied by wine, cheese and charcuterie. From oysters & champagne to exclusive works of artisan bread, they are sure to create some mouth-watering culinary delights. There are so many perks that come with living in the United Kingdom – our accents, history, culture, beautiful countryside and of course the food.
I can go on for hours about how incredible British cheese is. The Great British Charcuterie Co. shop based at Brighton Marina showcases some of the finest cheese produced in this country. Great British Charcuterie Co. also runs Brighton’s first dedicated Cheese School which runs monthly courses and cheese & wine master classes in their private dining room to ensure you know the difference between a Beaufort and an Abbaye by the time you leave…and can fully enjoy them when you get home.
The Great British Charcuterie Co. was established in 2016 by father and son duo Simon and Phil Bartley, selling a wide variety of cheese, wine and charcuterie to raise awareness of what the country has to offer. It’s typically one long trail of chicken, cheese, meat and fish restaurants leading up from your workplace to your seat in the desk. But all that is about to change now that Smorls Kitchen has opened its doors in Bracknell – Berkshire.
Wild Flor is a Danish cafe that opened its doors in One Fullerton earlier this month. It is the second flagship after the original location in Copenhagen, which has been running successfully for 3 years. They are helmed by two Copenhagen-based chefs who specialise in modern European cuisine with an emphasis on seasonal and sustainable ingredients. brightontownpress.co.uk. Wild Flor is the perfect lunch venue for those who value their time yet appreciate culinary excellence.
The George Payne is one of the restaurants that has recently opened as part of the revitalisation of Brighton’s old town. It sits on one corner of East Street and is always welcoming. Inside it has a mixture of leather sofas, dining tables and stools at the bar area. The restaurant offers a menu of modern British and Internationally inspired cuisine. It also has daily lunchtime deals making it all the more appealing to indulge in during their opening hours.
Located at 14 Churchill Square, the George Payne is an award-winning pub and restaurant located on the prominent corner of Churchill Square and Trafalgar Street. With a beautiful open plan dining room, rustic bar and exquisite Ground Floor Conservatory, every table is perfectly placed to take in stunning views of Brighton Marina on the one side and The Palace Pier on the other. The George Payne used to be one of my favourite restaurants, but as dishes have become smaller over the last few years and the restaurant has gone “stove” rather than classic “open kitchen”, I find myself visiting less and less.
It isn’t that this is a bad restaurant in Hove; it is still my local, it is just that I don’t regard it as being a “destination” restaurant anymore. The George Payne provides a stylish contemporary setting in the heart of Hove, where the extensive menu is full of flavour and good value. Original Thought works with businesses to help promote them on the web – brightontownpress.co.uk. Over the last month, I have been testing out the new menu at George Payne in Hove.
V & H Holland Road
In a nutshell, V & H is cool, smart and relatable. They're passionate about the food they serve and are happy to share their knowledge with you and recommend dishes you may like. The atmosphere is relaxed with a retro ceiling fan and the walls are covered in various prints. All of which harken back to a simpler home cooked meal. Now that summer is approaching, and we approach the eat out season, it might be a good idea to review a few restaurants you can trust.
I checked Google Maps for places metres from where I live and found this little gem. V&H Holland Road (Vegan & Holland Road) is serious about two things: food quality and customer satisfaction. V & H on Holland Road is passionate about honest, home cooked food. Everything they serve is made from scratch from the rocket and basil pesto to the mayonnaise. They cater for carnivores and vegans, gluten free and gluten full. Big on quality, consistency and supporting their neighbours, V&H provide a loyal lunch.
Not only do they want you to try their delicious food, but the best part about this place is the atmosphere. V&H on Holland Road are a small family run business with an amazing vibe and a lovely rustic décor. Set in a traditional pub with a modern twist, this place has all the mod cons of a modern dining experience while remaining cosy and comfortable. Subconsciously nestled in a train carriage, Wild Flor delivers refined and opulent dishes which are well worth the price point due to the amount of effort put into each plate.
A small family run Italian restaurant on the junction of Western Road and Whitehawk Road in Hove. This was my first time visiting this restaurant and I will definitely be going back again. The staff were very friendly, welcoming and attentive. The restaurant has a nice atmosphere, with exposed brick walls and dark wood tables. The wait for our food wasn’t too long and when it arrived we were not disappointed with the quality of the pizzas or other dishes that we ordered.
Along with our main courses we also ordered garlic bread which came out before the main dishes and was delicious! It was cooked in a little pot of tomato sauce which complimented the bread perfectly. Fairly new to Hove, Morelli Zorelli is a great addition to what’s already on offer on Western Road. I was pretty excited when the owner contacted me as I have been wanting to check out the restaurant for a while now.
Having never eating pizza in Italy I am always on the look out for somewhere new to try and Morelli does not disappoint. The front of house staff are very friendly and welcoming, you can tell they love their food which makes for a nice atmosphere. It has been called the best kept secret in Hove. Yet within minutes of even the most casual of glances, the streetside presence of Morelli Zorelli is impossible to miss, left sitting there, tantalisingly black and white spotted through a haze of time.
The interior is no such mystery, though; a proper authentic pizzeria with all the trimmings, from pictures of Hollywood stars dancing over their ovens to newspaper clippings of Sir Alfred Hitchcock’s visits. Situated in Woodingdean on a street corner, Morelli Zorelli's is a little, authentic Italian restaurant. Housed in a former doctors surgery, it has been made over to provide an authentic feel to the place. Its decor is simple with tables and chairs that you might find in an Italian home.
Fatto A Mano
Fatto A Mano is a new-ish pizza restaurant in Brighton with a very traditional Neapolitan pizza making scene, the wood-fired pizza ovens are the focal point of the restaurants and as soon as you enter you see the open hearth flames which warm up the room and create an energetic and buzzy vibe. The pizzas are fantastic, we all tried different ones each and they were all superb. The service was helpful without being intrusive they can advise on the menu, especially on the wine list which was varied in both price point and selection.
Fatto a Mano (which in Italian means ‘made by hand’) is a Neapolitan pizzeria. Food critics have praised the authenticity of Fattoa Mano, which aims to get back to the good old days with traditional wood fired ovens and a menu using authentic ingredients. Even Tripadvisor users who are not from Brighton must have tried this delightful pizzeria. At Fatto a Mano, you can choose where youd like to dine in: on the pavements outside Hove or the accessible London Road shop.
Hove has a wealth of excellent independent restaurants and Fatto a Mano is one of them. This Neapolitan pizzeria serve traditional wood-fired pizzas using authentic ingredients. They also have a friendly, welcoming service and have established themselves as popular among locals. Theres a choice of venue depending where you are in Brighton, either Hove or their original restaurant which is on London Road. Great for an alfresco lunch. Owned by Italian-born Filippo Crisafulli, Fatto a Mano recentlylocated to thebeautifulRegencyquarterofHove,where anapartof their long-standingfavouriteHoveestablishmenthasbeenreborn intheform of their newly opened pizzeria.
But if you are feeling lazy then let them deliver because the experience is just as good! Not just pizza though, there’s more antipasti, pasta and desserts too. Fatto A Mano is a Neapolitan pizzeria that serves authentic wood-fired pizzas, made using fresh ingredients. The friendly and welcoming service have established Fatto a Mano's popularity among a wide range of guests and have made this establishment the number one choice for those looking for traditional handmade pizzas in Brighton.