An architectural reflection of cosmopolitan Brighton
“This is Al Forno restaurant. If you look closely into the window up at the top you will see a Ulysses type bust looking down onto the square and everyone in it. We thought pehaps it was Greek but it had a very grand presence looking down over the entrance to the Lanes.
A mixture of cultures
We were also intrigued by the house itself which seemed very English and very old with possibly a new influx of different cultures. There are lots of different cultural groups and places represented in Brighton and this seemed a good example of one interacting with the other.”