Just a short stroll up from the seafront where Brighton meets Hove, this small but perfectly formed restaurant hides behind a very unassuming frontage. Don’t be put off by its plain exterior, as once inside the food and ambiance, combined with fabulous waiting staff, make a meal out with friends an evening to remember. Your palate is first awoken with a selection of appetisers, all bite size and a taste sensation. My starter was octopus and pork belly served on a bed of fresh vegetables. My main, guinea fowl with ham and cheddar croquette, celeriac puree and Savoy cabbage. All beautiful cooked and seasoned and all an amazing combination of delicious flavours. With friendly staff, who have good knowledge of the food and wine available, you leave feeling you’ve had a bit of a treat! So if you ever find yourself in Brighton for the evening and think you deserve a little bit of the best, check out The Gingerman as you won’t be disappointed.