Dinner restaurant reviews

The Scoffers guide to the best Dinner restaurants in London & Brighton.

Scoffers is a guide to the best London and Brighton restaurants, food & drink offers and foodie events. On Scoffers you'll find honest and independent reviews of restaurants, pubs, bars and cafes in London and Brighton.

Deccan Tiffin supper club @ Cafe Plenty

An authentic journey through some of India's most popular street food dishes

SMOKESTAK, Shoreditch Review

Smokestak has made the transition from street food stall to full-blown restaurant, and chef/owner David Carter has done it in style.

Chick ‘n’ Sours, (Seven Dials) London Review

Chick 'n' Sours is all about free-range fried chicken and sour cocktails. Sounds like a match made in heaven.

Curry Leaf Cafe, Brighton Review

Brighton's Indian food scene is as strong as it's ever been, and there's more to come.

Cin Cin, Brighton Review

Simple food, incredibly well executed - Cin Cin is the hottest name in town right now.

Hawker House (Street Feast), London Review

Street Feast has been transforming derelict and disused spaces into unique eating and drinking environments, since launching in 2012.

Giggling Squid, Hove Review

An indulgent dinner at one of Brighton's most authentic Thai restaurants

Indian Summer, Brighton Review

Regional cuisine at one of Brighton's oldest Indian restaurants

Ember Yard, London Review

Three Salt Yard Group restaurants down. Two to go.

Fatto a Mano, Hove Review

One of Brighton's best pizzerias branches out to Hove

Silo, Brighton Review

Leading by example and being progressive by employing some very old fashioned ideals

Dead Wax Social, Brighton Review

Craft beer, Sourdough pizza and all the vinyl you can handle

Archipelago, London Review

Crocodile, Python, Kangaroo, Alpaca and Mealworms - an average night at Archipelago

Revisit: Senor Buddha, Brighton Review

Rediscovering the best tapas bar in Brighton

Wahaca, Brighton Review

It's proved a hit everywhere else, but can Wahaca crack Brighton?

Stock Burger Co. Brighton Review

Another burger & craft beer joint. New player or tourist fodder?

The Salt Room, Brighton Review

A classy seafood and grill restaurant from the team behind The Coal Shed

Perilla @ Platform1, East Dulwich Review

A fine dining pop-up bringing high end dishes to the masses

Dina’s Kitchen, Brighton Review

Authentic Portuguese cooking from a mother and daughter team

Senor Buddha, Brighton

Spanish & South East Asian fusion comes to Brighton and no, we didn't know what to expect either

Dip & Flip, Wimbledon Review

Do you want gravy with that?

Fatto a Mano, Brighton Review

A neighbourhood pizzeria serving up the best Neapolitan pizza in town

The Chilli Pickle, Brighton Review

One of Brighton's best Indian restaurants has an English chef. Luckily, he knows what he's doing.

Cafe Chilli, Hove Review

Thai classics, fusion dishes and the tastiest sausage you'll ever eat

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