Obviously there is loads more to it and warm, fuzzy stuff but hey, we're here to eat.
I think the combination of these two business minds is going to be paramount to the success of this place. Their mixed skill set, countless ideas as well as the clear passion is a real asset to the Brighton dining scene.
From the starters the Murg Tikka Chettinad, succulent spiced chicken pieces, was something I would be ordering again. I tend to coat fish in lemon scented polenta at home so loved the texture of the semolina coated marinated prawns. The tiny fishcakes were fresh and fragrant too, perfect for dipping into the chutneys. And the fish, battered in chickpea flour was a nice little twist for a dish very much at home in Brighton.
60 Ship Street
Brighton BN1 1AE
I was invited to the Curry Leaf Cafe. All images apart from the fish curry taken with the Nokia Lumia 1020.