Tag: best coffee in Brighton

Breakfast at Sugardough

Breakfast at Sugardough

Breakfast at Sugardough, Market Street Sugardough is a well-loved bakery and cafe based near the seafront in Hove. Despite its out-the-door-queue popularity, few know of its unique breakfast and all-day menus the Brighton cafe has to offer. Not just your run of the mill avo 

44 Poets | Speciality Coffee

44 Poets | Speciality Coffee

Tucked along a quiet street just off of Portland Road is 44 Poets, Hove’s newest independent coffee shop. Unlike some of its neighbours, 44 Poets is the real speciality coffee deal and brings with it the vibes of a Melbourne coffee house, coupled with Scandi 

LOST IN THE LANES | Nile St, Brighton

LOST IN THE LANES | Nile St, Brighton

After two and a half years, I still manage to take a wrong turn and get lost in Brighton’s twisting Lanes. Of course there are worse places to wander into, but I’ll often find myself passing through to get somewhere else. So I was pleased to 

Mojo independent coffee | Lunch review

Mojo independent coffee | Lunch review

An independent coffee house on Queens Road, Brighton It’s been a while since I ventured out to review a coffee shop. Generally, now that I work out of town I tend to spend free time at my favourites – when time is short, it just ain’t 

V and H Cafe | Breakfast Review

V and H Cafe | Breakfast Review

V and H has long been a local favourite. After enjoying solid reviews over the last couple of years, they’ve earned a stellar reputation as a top spot for breakfast in Brighton. Although a little way out from us, I’d been getting a little itchy to 

Three Stack | Pancakes at The Square

Three Stack | Pancakes at The Square

Update 2018 – Three Stack have now moved to The Villas, Hove. If you don’t know already, I really like pancakes. They’re generally my go-to for breakfasts and brunches (and sometimes even early dinners) out. I’d had my eye on Three Stack for a little 

Coffefix

Coffefix

Yes, that controversial new coffee shop in Brighton. As much as it pains me to write the word Coffe, I felt a little investigation was needed. As someone who has worked in the coffee industry, I’m naturally very dubious of brands claiming to produce “barista style” 

Brewed

Brewed

Brewed is a place that I seriously don’t think gets enough credit. Barely a year old, it’s still a relative newcomer to the Brighton coffee and brunch scene. I remember watching them spring up during my final commutes, and feeling thrilled when I realised it was a coffee 

Trading Post Coffee Roastery

Trading Post Coffee Roastery

Hold up, there’s a new brunch spot in town: Trading Post Coffee Roastery. Up until quite recently, Rickshaw Oriental stood in its place. I can’t say I’d been although from what I’ve read, things didn’t end too well there. Anyway, Trading Post moved in and began 

LangeLees

LangeLees

2018 – LangeLees has now closed. I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to see another pig in blanket until next Christmas. So, I’m diving straight back into business as usual with a breakfast visit to LangeLees. LangeLees is rather unremarkable looking from the 

Café Plenty | Breakfast review

Café Plenty | Breakfast review

You might remember my review of Cafe Plenty a few months ago, in which I reviewed the place as a fairly new discovery. Throughout my previous visits, I’d only ever tried the fresh food from the counter, but never off the menu. Luckily for me, the 

Nowhere Man | Pancake Club

Nowhere Man | Pancake Club

I was very recently invited* down to Nowhere Man with Jess to review their Pancake Club and, as  we knew would need the pick me up, we chose to visit the morning after the Brighton Girl Halloween Party. Boy, were we right. Struggling to walk in a 

i gigi Café

i gigi Café

2018 update – the cafes in i gigi has now sadly closed. I recently stopped by i gigi for a Top Five Most Ingrammable Cafés feature I worked on for Brighton Girl and instantly fell in love with the beautiful aesthetics and serene setting. My 

Café Marmalade

Café Marmalade

Warning: blogging about Café Marmalade so soon after visiting will put me at great risk of sounding like a smitten teenager throughout this post. But here goes. I stumbled across Marmalade on Instagram and Pinterest and experienced full on love at first site. From its 

Black Mocha

Black Mocha

Black Mocha has caught my eye ever since it surfaced in place of Chocaffinitea on Gloucester Road. I’ve since found out that it is in fact the very same establishment having gone through a complete rebrand, and I have to say it 100% looks all 

Glazed

Glazed

After a short absence due to final year uni assignments, which I’d like to add are DONE FOREVER, I return to you today with a wonderful new find in Brighton – Glazed. Popping up about two weeks ago opposite The Level, Glazed is a coffee 

The Flour Pot Bakery, Fiveways

The Flour Pot Bakery, Fiveways

Whilst I’ve got you here, I guess I’d better let you in on a fact about myself: I live for bread. And pastries. And coffee. Slap the word artisan in front of any of these and I’m positively weak. So you can imagine my excitement, and the danger, 

My third place: Pelicano Coffee and Tea House

My third place: Pelicano Coffee and Tea House

I thought today I’d write a post about one of my top third place spots around Brighton: Pelicano Coffee and Tea House (you’ll soon learn that I am way too indecisive to have one third place). Based in Sydney Street at the top of the