A stunning modern venue, Hove’s Havana Spoon restaurant and bar has the kind of edgy, cool styling more often seen in neighbouring Brighton. With an oversized neon sign announcing its presence, Havana Spoon proudly occupies a former building society spot on the corner of Church Street, attracting passers by with the promise of a slice of Cuban cool on the British coast. While the interior is seriously funky in its own right, it’s the lawned terrace space that really sells the Havana Spoon experience – it’s a lovely spot for al fresco networking with the most in the know folk of Hove, sipping a cocktail with friends or denying reality and wishing yourself away to a sandier shore. Somewhat surprisingly, Havana Spoon’s menu is a European brasserie style affair, providing excellent pasta, risotto and salad dishes, sharing platters and internationally flavoured mains featuring Japanese, Italian, French and African influences.
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