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Brunch Brighton: Tasty options for you to try


Brighton is renowned for its plentiful cafes, bars, restaurants and pubs.

Whether it’s a traditional fish and chip dinner, a slap-up meal or a big breakfast, you’re sure to find it all in this lively, seaside resort. And brunch is no exception ! 
There are countless options for a delicious brunch in Brighton, whatever your budget and taste. We’ll take a look at some of best places for you to discover on your next visit. 

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Lucky Beach Café 

Located right on the seafront, in between the piers, Lucky Beach Café offers a locally produced, organic menu with extensive brunch options available until 11.45am every single day. Providing everything from a traditional breakfast to salted caramel French toast, it’s one of the best brunch spots in Brighton. For a seaside twist on a breakfast favourite, try the fresh crab and avo benedict or opt for the Hawaiian B12 breakfast burger as a delicious, plant-based option. And there’s a variety of organic teas and coffees to choose from, including iced coffee, which is ideal on those balmy Brighton mornings . 

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Starfish and Coffee 

This eatery has a huge menu, making it one of the best brunch places in Brighton. Situated next to Queen’s Park, Starfish and Coffee offers English breakfast staples, including veggie and vegan options, as well as a choice of eggs Florentine or Royale and chorizo hash dishes. There’s a dedicated kids menu and a large selection of hot and cold drinks, including chai lattes and fresh smoothies. With locally sourced ingredients and gluten free options available, this is high on the list of venues to go for the best brunch spot in Brighton . 

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The Ivy in the Lanes 

For a fine dining experience, The Ivy in the Lanes is one of the best places for brunch in Brighton if you’re looking for a sleek and stylish venue with a gorgeous art-deco design. A unique weekend brunch menu offers options such as cured smoked salmon, eggs benedict and chips, pancakes and baked miso aubergine, making this an ideal spot for that special occasion. Served from 11am to 3.45pm on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays, it’s a good idea to book your brunch in Brighton with a reservation here in advance . 

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Café Malbec 

For something a little different, try Café Malbec, featuring traditional Argentinian Empanadas and tapas. With a variety of brunch offerings, including Argentinian breakfasts, omelettes and pancakes served every day from 10am until 5pm, it’s certainly worth a visit. For those wanting a bottomless brunch in Brighton, look no further. Café Malbec has the option to add sparkling wine to any brunch item, allowing you to enjoy a bottomless bunch for 1.5 hours. 

Breezy brunching in Brighton

If you’re wanting to experience one of the best brunch places in Brighton without the parking stress, head to Brighton by train and discover some delicious food and drink in this vibrant coastal city. 

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