You’re having a curry so you wash it down with a pint of macro lager, right? Wrong!
When she visited for Fermentation Beer & Brewing Radio, drinks writer and beer sommelier, Jane Peyton, described the Curry Leaf Café beer list as one of the most extensive she had seen in any restaurant, anywhere in the world. Divided into sections like a regular wine list, it covers wheat beers, porters, stouts, and sour beers in addition to the arguably more predictable IPAs and pilsners, The beers are chosen with care, and staff will help you match them perfectly to your food.
Curry Leaf Café has three sites in the city: the original café in the Lanes; a kiosk at Brighton Station, and Kemptown Kitchen in the east of the city. A good range of beer is available from all.
You can hear Rachida and Stewart from Curry Leaf Café talking to Emma Inch and Jane Peyton on Fermentation Beer & Brewing Radio right here:
Lanes Café, 60, Ship St, Brighton, BN1 1AE
Kemptown Kitchen, 40-42, Upper St James’s St, Brighton, BN2 1JN
Brighton Station Kiosk, Main Concourse, Brighton Station, Queens Road, Brighton, BN1 3XP