Despite launching in Brighton in 2013, it wasn’t until I went on the VIB Food Tour earlier this year that I discovered Bluebird Tea Co Mixologists (clearly I’ve been walking around the Brighton lanes with my eyes closed!) On the tour I tried a wonderful refreshing cold Lemonade Matcha tea and it was love at first sip.
Having lived in Brighton for 28 years, I’ve made it my mission to eat in as many of the city’s 400+ restaurants, as possible. As a result, I like to think I know the crème de la crème of Brighton. But last weekend, thanks to Brighton Food Tours, I discovered there are still some indy gems missing from my radar.
Over the last few years, there’s been a rise in the popularity of recipe boxes and food kits. Brands like Able & Cole play to those wanting to support local and eat seasonally with a door-to-door delivery of veg boxes. Brunch Box Brighton is the latest addition to the club, launching at the end of December last year.