Join us at Cin Cin Hove on 19 June at 7pm for a six course tasting menu with paired wines from Bisol and Rocca di Frassinello, supported by Bibendum Wines – last 1o places going fast so BOOK NOW:
Bisol Jeio Brut DOCG –
Culatello with melon mostarda & fresh mint
Bisol Superiore Cartizze DOCG –
Rabbit crochette, basil emulsion
Fondo Antico Grillo Parlante –
Gazpacho bianco with crab & wet garlic
Sughere di Frassinello 2015 –
Pappardelle with Venetian duck ragu
Rocca di Frassinello 2015 –
Lamb rump, crispy polenta, baby gem, smoked anchovy sauce
Castello di Ama Vin Santo 2013 –
Almond custard tart with Moscato poached apricots
Taste award winning DOCG Prosecco from Bisol in the heart of Valdobbiadene
And Rocca di Frassinello wines from Tuscany, a partnership between Castellare and Domaines Baron de Rothschilds, two giants of wine making
This is a night for lovers of great wine and great food
£60 pp + 10% service
Sir Elton comes to Hove this Sunday 9th June so join us pre show for cocktails, great plates and a Rocketman playlist!
We’ll be open at our Hove restaurant straight through from 1pm – 8pm, serving Italian aperitifs, seasonal small plates, handmade pastas and delicious desserts.
Good times. Guaranteed. Book now!
Tonight at Cin Cin Hove, we welcome Alberto Frea of Fontanafredda Wines – European Winery of the Year – to host a tasting of their award winning wines paired with a tasting menu from our head chef Jamie Halsall.
Here’s the menu:
Asti Spumante DOCG – Cacio e Pepe arancini
Pradalupo Roero Arneis DOC – Burrata, asparagus, salsa rossa
Barbera d’Alba Raimonda DOC 2016 – Pea and ham hock Agnolotti
Barolo Serralunga d’Alba DOCG 2014 – Lamb rump, pomme anna, buttered leeks
Moscato d’Asti Moncucco DOCG – ‘Peaches and Cream’
To keep up to date with our latest events including wine dinners and pasta masterclasses, sign up to our free membership scheme Club Cin Cin.
“Cin Cin has its kitchen on show at the heart of the restaurant which means that not only do you get to see the chefs hard at work but it allows you to chat through the ethos behind their food and flavours”
We are open at both restaurants this May Bank Holiday Weekend so join us for spring aperitivi, small plates, handmade pastas and the best service in town.
Good Times, Guaranteed. Book now!
Our ever popular Pasta Masterclasses are back in May and June. These classes sell out in a matter of hours so don’t delay booking your place! Click on the dates below to select your class.
Learn how to cook handmade pasta like a pro with our chefs.
Enjoy an aperitif + antipasti on arrival before being guided to create (and eat!)
your very own delicious handmade pasta dish, all finished off with a glass of fantastic Italian wine.
* Our ‘level 1’ class – learn to make short and long pasta
Thursday 16 May 8:30pm
Run by the Brighton and Hove Food Partnership, the Community Kitchen uses profits raised from their cookery classes to support their community cookery activities – where everyone can experience the benefits of cooking and eating together, regardless of finance, confidence or ability.
Jamie has generously donated his time for this class – which is now SOLD OUT – with funds raised to be used to run an autumn ‘Cooking on a Budget’ course for people on low incomes and benefits – one of their most popular and valued community courses.
Jamie was also the first Brighton chef to lead a class in the Community Kitchen during their launch in May 2018, so it feels right for him to return for their first anniversary.
For those lucky enough to secure a place at this masterclass, Jamie will share his knowhow behind his sensational, seasonal Italian cooking, creating a menu of:
Roasted asparagus, bagna cauda (anchovy sauce), focaccia crumb
Gnocchi Sardi, sausage and courgette ragu
You can find more information on the Community Kitchen and their courses here.
Our brilliant junior sous and all round nice guy Oliver Geering is competing at this year’s Chef Off at English’s of Brighton on May 9th, where seven of the best junior chefs from across the city will do battle in a 20 minute cook off for the title of Best Emerging Chef (and dish) of 2019.
Godspeed young Ollie!