Starfish & Coffee | June 2018

Nammie Matthews
Nammie Matthews
4/5

starfish & coffee review

Took a little trip up the mountain that is Southover Street to get to this tucked away bad boy, which won Brighton Restaurant Awards’ best brunch this year.

Starfish & Coffee is a little way out of town so you’ll mostly find locals here, and it’s well worth the visit – amazing food, a perfect balance of casual yet carefully crafted interiors (check that mural!) and musical vibes to boot.

Owner Tony made a career as a radio DJ prior to opening Starfish & Coffee and while it’s a shame to no longer hear him manning the decks on Juice Brighton, what he’s created up at Queen’s Park is something pretty special.

Starfish & Coffee | June 2018

Nammie Matthews
Nammie Matthews
4/5

starfish & coffee review

Took a little trip up the mountain that is Southover Street to get to this tucked away bad boy, which won Brighton Restaurant Awards’ best brunch this year.

Starfish & Coffee is a little way out of town so you’ll mostly find locals here, and it’s well worth the visit – amazing food, a perfect balance of casual yet carefully crafted interiors (check that mural!) and musical vibes to boot.

Owner Tony made a career as a radio DJ prior to opening Starfish & Coffee and while it’s a shame to no longer hear him manning the decks on Juice Brighton, what he’s created up at Queen’s Park is something pretty special.

On our plate:

Smashed Avocado Royale, with smoked salmon and Roasted Tomatoes on Toast, accompanied with beetroot powder, parsley oil and onion seeds (£9), Americano (£2.30) and Fresh Orange Juice (£2.50).
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starfish and coffee brighton mural wall

Amazing artwork

Superb local artist Adam Moore create this visual interpretation of Prince’s Starfish & Coffee especially for the cafe. We love the inclusion of Queen’s Park & Queen’s Park Road.