My Favourite Food Spots Across Brighton

My Favourite Food Spots Across Brighton

One of my all time favourite things to do, like most people, is to eat out with my friends and family – food is such a social, enjoyable part of my life as well as viewing it as a vital tool for health.

I have eaten my way round a fair few places local to where I live now *serial foodie alert*, so I thought I’d give you a little low down of some of my favourite places to grab some food and/or a coffee stop across Brighton + Hove… I frequently get asked for recommendations through social media so here we are: If you ever visit the South-Coast, give them (or one) a try and let me know what you think!

 

Breakfast/Brunch:

 

Baked, Hove – A solid brunch destination. Something to suit everyone and positioned on a busy road in central Hove, it’s perfect for people watching and sitting out in the sunshine.

V&H Cafe, Palmeira Square – Such a delicious variation of brekkies. From granola + greek yoghurt with ‘superfood’ toppings, to a full English. You can’t go wrong?

Eat Naked, Brighton – An absolute favourite of mine for lunch. Mix and match your lunch box full of freshly made, flavourful dishes with amazing wholesome ingredients to keep you fueled up and do your body some good.

Lost In The Lanes, Brighton – A calming little cafe in the lanes, with delicious plant based lattes and a great variety of healthy food options.

Gails Bakery, Hove – We all love a Gail’s Bakery! They’re mainly across London so I was super happy when they opened one locally to me. Such friendly staff and super good food: they make a mean porridge and their mini honey cake is the dream.

Red Roaster, Kemp Town – ‘The Insta Blogger Hang Out’ Aussie style brunch + cool interiors.

Treacle n Co, Hove – I recently went here for breakfast and it was so great! Relaxed atmosphere and everything on their menu sounded YUM. The Turkish eggs are TOP. I have a feeling I may become a regular here.

Cafe Marmalade, Brighton – A stylish, friendly cafe set back from the bustle in Kemp Town. Rustic, cosy + comforting homemade food.

Cafe Coho, Brighton – Cosy cafe in the city centre with great coffee, tasty breakfast options and some awesome vegan cakes for a pm ‘pick me up’.

42 Juice/SIX Brighton – Juice bar and nutritious food options (predominantly plant based).

The Flour Pot Bakery (Brighton + Hove locations) – Fresh bakes and they’ve perfected the mighty oat milk cappuccino to a T. Oh, and Friday is donut day FYI.

Small Batch Coffee Roasters (Brighton + Hove locations) – those who follow my insta stories will know the coffee love is real for this place.

 

Restaurants:

 

Food For Friends, Brighton – (vegetarian/vegan) Plant based at its very best! A firm fave and the menu changes frequently with the seasons.

Purezza, Brighton, Kemp Town – (Vegan Italian – an unusual but amazing combo!)

Gingerman, Brighton – A must for special occasions. Small, intimate and seriously delicious.

Archipelagos, Hove – Authentic Greek. The taztsiki + flat bread is life changing.

The Urchin, Hove – Highly recommend if you like seafood.

Silo, Brighton – One of my favorites. It’s a zero waste restaurant. Locally sourced produce + super creative dishes/flavour combos.

Casa Don Carlos, Brighton – A family run Spanish tapas in the heart of the Lanes.

 

 

 

 

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