What a fantasic place.
The feel is that of a stylish cafe in a continental fruit market with a very lively yet relaxing atmosphere.
Such a nice change from the formulaic coffee franchises that seem to be invading this city.
This will be the next big thing.
Eat-in or take-away.
Carlo Albertoli creator of La Cena, personal cooking services creates delicious options for your dinner parties and provides exciting buffets for special occasions.
Carlo can come to your house to give a cooking lesson, or you might want to gather a few friends and start a cook group!
Carlo's latest venture - The flying italian hijacks (for a fee) cafes and venues and installs there for a night, providing authentic modern italian home cooking to a small number of lucky diners.
The flying italian cooks two set menus - one completely vegetarian - which include dishes from his past life in Italy and his present life in Brighton & Hove.
"Brighton has long been a bit of desert when it comes to good food… Could salvation finally be at hand? Francesco Furriello, has taken up tongs at One Paston Place and is turning out clever, precision dishes…" Tatler 2006 Restaurant Guide
Critics Choice Time Out Eating & Drinking Guide 2006
“Imaginative cooking in plush surroundings…a delight to find…
dining here is a sensory experience” AA Restaurant Guide 2006, 2 rosettes, notable wine list award
“… a real delight” Egon Ronay Guide 2006 (1 star)
“…[Paston Place] has emerged a gem under it’s new owners” Harden’s Guide 2006
North African Cuisine
Majid, is Algerian and has developed a menu from original recipes sourced in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia. The restaurant is intimate and unique with lanterns rugs and artefacts brought back from travels. The restaurant is BYO.
The Castle Inn
London Road, Hickstead, West Sussex, RH17 5LZ Tel: +44 (0)1273 - No - 01444 881 223 View map
The Castle Inn, Hickstead, is one of those places you could easily miss or not know of its existence. A twenty minute drive up the A23 is too much to ask of many Brightonians who have an abundance of good restaurants within walking distance.
However, if you did venture past Preston Park you’re in for a surprise.