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Cheap Dates in Brighton | 241 Burgers @ Vodka Revs

I’m gonna level with you here. I did not think that I would ever be sending you guys to Revs for food. It’s a place for drinking, most of the time it’s a place for a lot of drinking and not much remembering. However, I caught a glimpse of their food menu and the burgers looked fine. When I noticed that you can get ’em half price if you go on the right day, I considered it my duty to this blog series to head down and give them a try. So, off we went. Revs is on West Street, the bottom of, which doesn’t usually mean anything good for a menu. It’s also part of a big chain with a heavy focus on alcohol, usually another red flag where food is concerned. I can tell you now, the experience we had this week could not have been farther from what we were expecting. This is Tom’s Mother Clucker (usually Β£12.95, I’ll tell you how to get it cheapest in just a sec) comprising of …

Cheap Dates in Brighton | Happy Mondays @ Slug and LettuceΒ 

Before I say even one word, I need to apologise in advance for the low quality photos in this post. Sometimes, lighting is so minimal somewhere that it becomes near impossible to capture food in its most pornographic state with a camera so lowly as the one installed on the iPhone 6s. I point blank refuse to bring big digital cameras out to eat with me, so from time to time, this is something we all just need to deal with. Soz, soz, soz. Anyway, welcome to another episode of my favourite blog series! I’d been hoping to bring you loads of outdoorsy ones but the weather is just point blank refusing to get its act together. In the mean time, I have a juicy deal for you at Slug and Lettuce in Hove.. Tom and I were invited down this week to have a little look atΒ their brand new summer menu. The stars of said new menu are the selection of small plates and sharing platters that are perfect for twosomes or little groups …

Cheap Dates in Brighton | Mile Oak Farm

So far in this series we’ve only been on dinner and drinks dates, and to be honest that’s kind of not representative of how me and Tom (the actual person I go on actual dates with) generally spend our time. This week, I’ve got a (very) cheap date for you in our favourite category: gallivanting around. This date is so cheap that it’s free – if you walk, that is – if not it’ll cost you bus fare or however much petrol you use to drive over. If you head over to their website you can find out more about the best way for you to get to Mile Oak Farm, but for us it’s a 10 minute walk from Tom’s place or a 20 minute jaunt on the 1 or 1a bus from my end of town.   On your way in (if you’re lucky) you’ll be greeted by a couple of friendly donkeys. An enormous and slightly obnoxious turkey, loads of chickens and ducks, a couple of geese, a very affectionate goat and …