Food bloggers are everywhere right now, making their mark and influencing the food scene. There are some that we should all be sitting up and taking notice of, who have honed their craft and are producing top content, honest food reviews and some gorgeous photography.
The Foodie Eshe website is incredibly lovely to look at and is jam packed with food reviews and her own recipes. Covering anything a Brighton foodie could possibly need with her easy to read guides and up to date food news, you are guaranteed to find something or somewhere to eat that suits you. Coupled with her beautiful photography you can see why this blog is award winning as well as incredibly popular!
Unsurprisingly with a name like "The Graphic Foodie" this website is fun, clean and draws the eye right in! With her Italian heritage a focus, The Graphic Foodie brings a great, to the point narrative to her food reviews, recipes and guides focusing on Brighton eateries. She also has a Pintrest Board nicknamed "The Black Book" providing a map and guide of the area and a fantastic Kids Menu round up for those who want something a bit more interesting than fish fingers to serve their little ones.
Rosie covers food and cosmetics in her packed blog and is great fun to read. She covers everything to eat and drink in the Brighton area, as well as a great series naming the best and worst food in the area, giving the pros and cons of each place. Her photos and blog layout are beautiful and she lists her favourite things regularly so you can live a slice of the Rosie Posey life!
Despite Tom getting a D in food technology, he has honed his recipe skills and palette to create Food, Booze and Reviews, a blog that definitely does what it says on the tin. Also writing for the Brighton and Hove Independent, presenting on Foodiez TV he is certainly making his name known.
The blog itself is easy to navigate, a great read and Tom obviously really cares about food and drink. He also used to play in Mea Culpa which as a fan, made me do a little squeal!
We love Sammy's blog because its all about honesty and promoting places you will want to visit as part of your normal routine rather than one offs. The Third Place is somewhere "we enjoy spending time, whether alone or socially, coffee shop or local library". Sammy is open about her mental health and how blogging has helped her and in turn wants to encourage others to spend time in places they love.
As well as these reviews she covers recipes, travel and interesting takes on modern life.
Bric a Brack by name and nature, Sarah's Brighton food, travel and everything else blog really has something for everyone! One minute she's hitting the vintage fairs, then she's having brunch and finishing with a Rum cocktail tutorial. Phew!
Sarah has a gorgeous writing tone that makes you feel like you're sat in front of her with a cup of tea being told about her last adventure and her photos of food are always a feast for the eyes.