Brighton food bloggers to watch #1
If there's one thing you'll remember about Brighton, it's the food. Oh, the food! We have restaurants, cafes and bars galore in this (sometimes) sunny little seaside city, so many in fact that choosing somewhere to eat or drink can become a mind-boggling nightmare. But never fear, along with some of the best food, Brighton also has it's very own selection of brilliant food bloggers to help you navigate Brighton's foodie scene.
Eshe recently announced her big plans for a European food adventure, which looks like it's going to be amazing. She has such a fantastic range of posts; from product reviews of local Brighton butter to in-depth restaurant and experience reviews. Her Instagram game is strong - she has some of the best food pictures that will instantly make you hungry!
Filled with open and honest reviews of restaurants across Brighton, Rosie focuses on the quality of food and the quality of the restaurant itself (including pictures of the restaurant's bathrooms in each post - bathrooms are important people!) We've also been loving her recent recipe posts on Instagram.
With a range of content, we find ourselves constantly checking the Graphic Foodie's “Brighton Black Book” Pinterest page, which is full of her recommendations for the best places to eat at the moment. Her recent competition prize of a beautifully designed t-shirt was amazing, and we can't wait to see more merchandise coming from her soon.
A foodie couple with a fantastic range of restaurant reviews - it's always a nice change to have a team of opinions rather than just one. I’ve really enjoyed their recent addition of a weekly newsletter, filled with insights into their week and places that they would recommend. They also currently have a residency at The Square, providing breakfast and brunch throughout the week.
Sammy's classically beautiful food blog is filled with reviews of places across Brighton. With each review having the unique desire to find the Third place ,she looks at restaurants in a new way. Sammy describes the Third Place as the place that is “between our home and our workplace, acting as the core of our community”.
Amara is one of the few ‘true Brightonion’ bloggers in Brighton. With a unique focus on allergy concerns, her posts offer an insight into not only the service in restaurants but how allergy conscious they are as well. She also writes for Brighton Girl Mag regularly, so look out for her name!
I love This Weird Vegan Girl's bitesize posts with recommendations for not only places to eat as a vegan, but things to consider and try at home. Her posts are always great reads for the commute and full of bold pictures to inspire your own vegan cooking.
Do you know of any Brighton food bloggers we should be watching?
Written by Amara.