Starting a business and giving birth to a baby in close succession can’t be easy, but Tina and Harry at Sussex’s Little Fish Market seem to have things sussed.
The duo run the new (ish) fish shop, come deli, come cafe on Hove’s Upper Market Street.
Nestled in the heart of Hove, a stone’s throw from the hustle and bustle of Western Road, The Little Fish Market aims to be ‘your local fishmonger’, while serving a day-time menu of pates sandwiches, kippers, salads and pasties as well as locally baked cakes and coffee to boot.
As is standard these days, they boast sustainable fish and pledge to get it from boat to slab in 1-3 days.
The small deli is interesting and well-stocked, while the fish counter was ticking over doing a good Southern English Saturday trade.
The still-new cafe, not quite yet a favourite on the local’s map, is quiet, but the food is good. Lunch is simple, high quality seafood done well. The fish balls were light, fresh and tasty, served with salad leaves, beetroot, capers and a crisp glass of Sauvignon Blanc.
Weekend, evening opening is on the cards. Check it out before the secret’s out.