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  1. hoiyinli says

    Thanks for your insights! I haven’t visited Ireland before, let alone Dublin! Would love to go one day though.

    I visited Brighton a few years ago for the first time but was only there for a day so didn’t really catch too much of the food scene unfortunately. Would love to go back again though!

    • LauraJ says

      I haven’t been to Brighton in a couple of years, so I most-likely will visit this summer. The food scene is great if you can go back,! 🙂

  2. whatismaria says

    I’m so happy that you’ve mentioned Brighton – I have been living near there for nearly ten years and new delicious restaurants seem to pop up on a weekly basis, not to mention the availability of vegan options is incredible! I’ve only been to Ireland once and didn’t get to explore much of the food scene because I was only there for a few days, but I would love to go again and familiarise myself with it. Thank you for sharing your suggestions and insights xox

    • LauraJ says

      Yeah the vegan options are amazing! Where I live, I have to go to restaurants and awkwardly ask if they can somehow add a vegan option. I went to Cote at Christmas and the waiter just said…sorry, everyone loves their meat and cheese. They then offered this bland risotto.
      xxx

    • LauraJ says

      Thank you. I didn’t take the photos, I found them on pixabay. I wish my photography looked that good!

    • LauraJ says

      Thank you! Sometimes I don’t appreciate visiting there that much because I’m used to just rushing round the crowds etc. But it’s amazing for walking and dining. x

    • LauraJ says

      If I’m going to Brighton, I’m definitely eating too much! And it’s one of the only places where walking for ages with a big pile of chips makes total sense, xx

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