We’ve got you covered with our reviews of brunch restaurants in Brighton & Hove.
Tucked down a quiet alley in the Lanes, LOST has collected a loyal following over the years. But is it worth the hype? We find out.
This back-seat-boulangerie-turned-brunch pop-up has been making waves since it burst onto the scene. Read on for our take here.
In our Shelter Hall Brighton review, find out what Brighton's independent food hall has to offer – including their take on bottomless brunch.
Moksha Caffe was voted Best Brunch in 2019's BRAVO awards – but does it live up to the hype? Find out in our Moksha Caffe review.
Dan Kenny's Bib Gourmand-awarded restaurant has gone from strength to strength – read on for what we thought of their brunch offering.
A charming neighbourhood cafe dedicated to the artists and artisans of Brighton & Hove – plus a rustic brunch to boot.
Patterns' bottomless brunch stays true to type with its colour-fuelled offering – but does it live up to expectations?
A large vegan-friendly selection and fabulous coffees set in a bright, green space. What's not to like?
Taste the rainbow at this veggie-friendly establishment, which looks over the beautiful Palmeira Square.
Flour Pot's seaside outpost takes the brand's breakfast offering a few steps further than croissants and muffins. Read on for our review.
Warm, rustic and cosy, this Brighton hideaway is named after its signature brew – a blend of couverture chocolate and top notch espresso. Yum.
Delicious vegan ingredients meet influences from around the world in this fab, plant-filled York Place cafe.
One of Hove's favourite brunch spots, V&H focuses on local ingredients and suppliers, elevating each dish with modern touches.
Cafe by day and pub by night, this charming Hove local is friendlier than most – plus its resident Pomeranian will have you by the heartstrings.
Nestled in the quieter end of Kemptown, this small and quirky cafe packs a punch with their coffee and brunch offerings.
Sugardough, Hove's favourite bakery, extends to more than cakes and tarts in their Market St cafe – and boy, are we glad they did.
You'll likely have walked past Western Road's quirky, bubble-spitting, pescatarian cafe – but have you ever actually been in?
Hanover's hilltop cafe-bar does huge portions for a fraction of the price you'll find in the city – definitely worth hiking up Elm Grove for.
Generous portions R Us at this much-loved family-friendly cafe in York Place. Read our thoughts in our Moksha Brighton brunch review.
Trading Post's flagship branch, the Ship St is best known as a hotspot for students and freelancers hidden behind laptops, their brunches spawning the ideas of the next generation.
Born from the owner's love for Brighton breakfasts, this cafe has won awards for their menu. Read about it in our Starfish & Coffee review.
Moroccan flavours, local ingredients and the best couverture chocolate this side of the Old Steine unite in this hideaway Brighton cafe.
Expect casual counter-service in style at this award-winning Anglo-Spanish restaurant – with a brunch to match.
With its excellent coffee, dishes and a pretty setting in a flint-walled garden, Cafe Rust has all you need to start your day.
Oodles of flavour is scattered across Black Mocha's meat, veggie and vegan brunch options – which include a specialised benedict menu.