Dinner dating in brighton
It all felt a bit separate, so everything just tasted of itself and didn’t gain any flavours from the things around it. The rice balls were battered and fried which wasn’t actually mentioned on the menu.
She tried the crispy coating, but found that it didn’t have much flavour and was just too heavy.
She’s dairy intolerant and is all too used to skipping dessert as everything comes with ice cream, cream or custard. Before I talk about my dessert I’d just like to say that I tried Jen’s pud and OH MY FRICKIN’ GOD it was so bloody good!
I was invited to review Food For Friends and I didn’t pay for the meal myself.
8/10 Food for Friends, 17-18 Prince Albert Street, The Lanes, Brighton BN1 1HF Tel: 01273 202310 Open: Mon-Thurs: 12noon-10pm, Fri-Sat: 12noon-10.30pm, Sun: 12noon-10pm (serving roasts from noon), Afternoon tea served daily 12noon-5pm.
It was completed in 2006 and is still in use today,' he said.
They found that in 2015, 29 out of the 45 towns in the South of England had an average house price in excess of £200,000 compared to just three out of 63 in the North and Midlands: Harrogate, in North Yorkshire, and Solihull and Sutton in the West Midlands.
There’s an area to the left of the entrance with a table – a booth, if you will – that seats about 8-10 and is walled on three sides so it’s private. Anyhoo, to the food…we were given menus and offered water while we decided on which wine to have.
There was a fantastic choice of starters and it was difficult to choose, so after asking a few questions, we settled on a sharing platter.
Jen enjoyed it overall, but left the outer battered bits of the rice balls. Ordinarily, I’d forego this as, by this stage, I usually have no room for a third course, But today, I was taking one for the team (that’s YOU – don’t say I never do anything for you).
We chatted with the waitress about options and it was at this point that young Jennifer started to get quite excited. She chose a classic sticky toffee pudding with (vegan) ice cream.
I returned earlier this year to try the afternoon tea – results of that visit can be found here.
It’s obvious that the place has had a lick of paint all round; the stark white has gone and has been replaced with lots of muted greys.