Hen Brighton Hen Brighton The new opening!

Okay, so it's not that new (in the world of food I'm sure that having been opening nearly two months warrants it as a fully fledged restaurant toddler) but boy was I excited to try Hen in Brighton last weekend. After being introduced by the lovely Laura, we made sure to book a table for our dinner date with Suzie and Josh- and could have easily eaten our way through everything on the menu. With brunch options including gluten free waffles and homemade broth (perfect for this weather), homemade cakes- and the dinner menu offering both chicken and veggie burgers as well as quarter, half or wing options- you're seriously spoilt for choice. With all food locally sourced, it's as healthy as a naughty meal can get- with a range of nutritious salads to accompany your meal too- I'll take it all!

Visit Hen: 87-88 Trafalgar Street, Brighton, BN14ER

Marley Spoon Marley Spoon Home cooking- to your door?

If there was ever a way to try new dishes, play with new ingredients and get a tasty meal at the end as reward for your (not so) hard work- it's with Marley Spoon. The service provides a weekly menu of fresh, tasty ingredients (including herbs, meat and veg) that you can chose from- to have delivered to your door on your chosen date ready to cook for dinner. Each box costs about £9+, but the satisfaction of learning how to use new ingredients, create a new dish and please (and impress) a guest is all but worth it!

Shop Marley Spoon: http://www.marleyspoon.com

Food at 52
Try a cooking class!

After receiving for my birthday the chance to attend a Food at 52 Italian cooking class, I was pretty. damn. excited. Having waited since June to try the class, it finally rolled around this January and I couldn't have loved it more. Cooking 5 courses from scratch (and eating them all) is one of the most satisfying ways to spend an afternoon, and I learnt everything from how to make pasta, pesto, ice cream, biscuits, risotto and a perfect chicken dinner- which left me feeling incredibly inspired, full and desperate to try another class! A must visit for any budding cooks in London looking to expand their kitchen skills!

Visit Food at 52: 96 Central Street, London EC1V 8AJ

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Hen Brighton Hen Brighton The new opening!

Okay, so it's not that new (in the world of food I'm sure that having been opening nearly two months warrants it as a fully fledged restaurant toddler) but boy was I excited to try Hen in Brighton last weekend. After being introduced by the lovely Laura, we made sure to book a table for our dinner date with Suzie and Josh- and could have easily eaten our way through everything on the menu. With brunch options including gluten free waffles and homemade broth (perfect for this weather), homemade cakes- and the dinner menu offering both chicken and veggie burgers as well as quarter, half or wing options- you're seriously spoilt for choice. With all food locally sourced, it's as healthy as a naughty meal can get- with a range of nutritious salads to accompany your meal too- I'll take it all!

Visit Hen: 87-88 Trafalgar Street, Brighton, BN14ER

Marley Spoon Marley Spoon Home cooking- to your door?

If there was ever a way to try new dishes, play with new ingredients and get a tasty meal at the end as reward for your (not so) hard work- it's with Marley Spoon. The service provides a weekly menu of fresh, tasty ingredients (including herbs, meat and veg) that you can chose from- to have delivered to your door on your chosen date ready to cook for dinner. Each box costs about £9+, but the satisfaction of learning how to use new ingredients, create a new dish and please (and impress) a guest is all but worth it!

Shop Marley Spoon: http://www.marleyspoon.com

Food at 52
Try a cooking class!

After receiving for my birthday the chance to attend a Food at 52 Italian cooking class, I was pretty. damn. excited. Having waited since June to try the class, it finally rolled around this January and I couldn't have loved it more. Cooking 5 courses from scratch (and eating them all) is one of the most satisfying ways to spend an afternoon, and I learnt everything from how to make pasta, pesto, ice cream, biscuits, risotto and a perfect chicken dinner- which left me feeling incredibly inspired, full and desperate to try another class! A must visit for any budding cooks in London looking to expand their kitchen skills!

Visit Food at 52: 96 Central Street, London EC1V 8AJ

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31 comments:

  1. great photos! these food look so yummy!

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  2. I love the idea of getting new meals delivered to your door :) great little foodie post! :)

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  3. Hen looks incredible. The chicken looks awesome and totally delicious and the pink lemonade in the milk bottle is the cutest. I'd totally order it just because it looks so adorable and so photo friendly!

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  4. I really loved this post Olivia, I'm definitely going to have to give that place in Brighton a try :) I'm a vegetarian and it can be a nightmare to find places that actually do veggie options so I'm very excited to give the veggie burger a try!
    Love Holly x

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  5. Lovely photos, the food looks incredible! I'd love to have a go at a cooking class :)

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  6. That Italian cooking class sounds like a dream! Lovely photos.

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  7. Now Hen is on the ever expanding list of places to eat when I go to Brighton someday! Also I need something like Marley Spoon in Dublin. Fingers crossed!
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  8. Love love love the sound of the cooking class, I would love this! :)

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  9. Ooo I would love to try a cooking class, they look like so much fun! Also, I desperately need to visit Brighton in the near future - to pop into Hen and... Bens Cookies... Ix

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  10. I've added Hen to my list of places to visit if ever I'm in Brighton. I've been loving your travel posts about the best of New York and Amsterdam but the way you talk about Brighton with so much love makes me want to go there so badly! Hopefully I'll have the chance sometime soon xxx

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  11. Yummy these all look good
    xo
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  12. Yum! All of these look so delicious! And your photos are amazing.

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  13. Love the idea of Marley Spoon! Food always feels so much healthier when you cook it yourself and know exactly what's in it, without having to deal with finding everything in the supermarket yourself :D

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  14. I'd love to do a cooking class - yours sounded wonderful. I would have been too scared a couple of years ago but I've been doing HelloFresh for a year which is similar to Marley Spoon and I'm a lot more adventurous now. Love your pictures - they are making my tummy rumble! xx
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  15. Definitely going to have to book myself on one of those cooking classes ASAP!
    Sophie
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  16. These places look amazing <3

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  17. I really need to try Hen because I live in Brighton and every time I walk past I always notice how nice it looks inside.

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  18. Wow all of this looks so yummy!
    Lana
    Lana-sultana.blogspot.com

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  19. Great post Olivia - all the photographs are incredible and well executed as always! I love the idea of ingredients delivered straight to you door - I will have to check it out!
    M x

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  20. Oooo Hen sounds great. I'm heading to Brighton in a couple weeks and need a lunch spot.

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  21. This looks incredible! Would love to take a cooking class xx

    Abi | abistreetx.blogspot.co.uk

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  22. The cooking class sounds incredible - look how perfect your pasta looks!

    Luxxmint

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  23. That cooking course sounds insane, that has given me a birthday present idea!

    Lauren x
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  24. Oh I love a good food post. I've always wanted to try a cooking class.

    Jackie | fashionxfairytale | bloglovin' |

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  25. wow this made me hungry!

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