Top places to enjoy breakfast in Brighton
A good breakfast can set you up for the day and leave your appetite satisfied for hours. Once upon a time, breakfast may have been a limited meal that cafés and restaurants unenthusiastically offered, but this is changing. Now, many establishments go all out to impress with a varied menu created from fresh produce. Brighton is no exception to this trend, and breakfasts can range from delicate pastries through to the full English.
- The Coach House in Middle Street is a well-established Brighton venue. The traditional Coach House Breakfast is one of the most popular items on the menu.
- Browns Bar in Duke Street is a sophisticated place to enjoy your full English in both traditional and vegetarian form. This eatery also serves pastries and yoghurt for a lighter bite.
- Market in Western Road serves a variety of tasty breakfast treats, including pancakes with wild boar bacon and Frangelico syrup.
- Smokeys American Restaurant in Kings Road serves all the American favourites, including blueberry pancakes and eggs Benedict.
- Café Plenty in Circus Parade serves coffee from Coffee@33 and 20 types of tea to be enjoyed with their cakes, pastries and breads, all of which are freshly cooked in their micro bakery.
- Cup of Joe in Kemptown serves quality coffee, Nova teas and a tempting array of cakes.
- Terre a Terre in East Street serves a wonderful array of vegetarian treats, including toasted muffins topped with smoked tofu, tamari mushroom, satay and melon rind pickle jam.
- Infinity Foods Café in Gardener Street serves a range of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free treats using seasonal ingredients.
- LangeLee’s in York Place includes many South African dishes ion their breakfast menu. They also include a sparkling breakfast option with a glass of prosecco.
- Try Curry Leaf Café in Ship Street for an Indian-style breakfast, including the “Full Indian” of spicy lamb mince seekh, spiced potato cake, mushroom bhaji, chana masala, spiced scrambled eggs and a Paav Indian roll.