News

Christmas Break!

Hello everyone! It's nearly that time of year again. Same as every year, we'll be having a good long break over the Christmas period. The cafe will be closed from the 23rd December up to and including the 2nd January. So our last day will be Friday 22nd December (closing at 4pm) and we will re-open at 8am on Wednesday 3rd January 2024.

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We're on the lookout for venues in Sussex.

We're on the lookout for venues in Sussex.

We're on the lookout for venues in Sussex to host our supper clubs and events. Are you a small vineyard looking to branch out into dinners with wine pairing? Or a cafe looking to fill the space in the evenings? Or perhaps you own an unusual venue which would be perfect for intimate suppers? Please get in touch with Kat at info@salttheradish.com

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Right Said Veg: our vegan supper club.

We're extremely excited to be hosting our vegan supper club, Right Said Veg, at the cafe on Thursday. It's the last of this year and sold out very quickly but we're already planning menus for January and February next year. So keep an eye out for that! You can join our mailing list (at the bottom of the page) to be the first to hear about future events.     

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The winter menu has landed!

We have a couple of new winter dishes on the menu, which will be sticking around until Spring next year. Our maple porridge is back. This time with blueberries, cherry compote, sesame and almond brittle, orange zest and cacao nibs. Cherry-chocolate-orange flavours! We also have a beautiful cauliflower and cumin fritter dish served on a tomato, chickpea, chard and olive stew. Also, back by popular demand, is the dahl... red lentil and spinach dahl with mint yoghurt and tadka. She's on the main menu! So you can order dahl every single day until Spring next year. Great news, eh?!

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Coffee for your garden?

Sustainability

Coffee for your garden?

Our food waste and used coffee grounds are currently recycled by First Mile who feed it to an Anaerobic Digestor. It creates renewable energy and releases loads less damaging methane to the environment than food waste in landfill.  But we're looking into ways to re-use our waste locally too. We already save coffee grounds (occasionally) for a couple of local people who use it in their gardens. Apparently a good slug deterrent and fertiliser? If you would like some for your garden please email us on info@salttheradish.com and we can save you some!

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