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Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10am-3.30pm, Sat-Sun 9am-4pm
As one of the UK’s main tourist spots in both summer and winter, Brighton has a fantastic range of late breakfast and brunch spots to offer. From classic English breakfast cafés to an American-inspired diner, and places introducing new culinary cultures with Cypriot and South African breakfasts – Brighton offers a great variety from which to take your pick.
LangeLee’s was created with the aim of offering homemade, high-quality food at reasonable prices in a relaxed and homely atmosphere. The independent breakfast place has a varied breakfast menu, with everything from French toast, pancakes and eggs benedict to a full English breakfast. To add a unique twist, LangeLee’s also offers an authentic South African breakfast option alongside the classic breakfast choices. All the ingredients used in the restaurant are of the best quality – organic and, if possible, locally produced. When it gets warm, guests are invited to enjoy their breakfasts al fresco in the restaurant’s back garden.
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm, Sat-Sun 9am-4pm
30 York Place, Brighton, East Sussex, UK, +44 1273 684 840
The independent French breakfast café, Mange Tout, is open for both breakfast and lunch every day of the week. Mange Tout strongly believe in using fresh and sustainable ingredients that are locally produced in Sussex, and they even serve their own coffee blend of five different ethically sourced beans, roasted in the area. Following the tradition of French cafés, Mange Tout serves delicious sweet and savoury croissants accompanied by the exclusive coffee. Their dedication to sustainability and outstanding quality of their products, as well as the attentive service, have helped develop Mange Tout into one of the prime breakfast spots in all of Brighton.
Opening hours: Mon-Wed 10am-6pm, Thu-Sat 10am-10pm & Sun 10am-5pm
81 Trafalgar Street, Brighton, UK, +44 1273 607 270
The Crêperie, just off Brighton’s seafront, offers classic French cuisine combined with local British produce in a contemporary location. Traditionally, the Crêperie serves freshly prepared sweet crêpes and waffles, ranging from the Chocolate Dream and the Fruity Treat to Waffle On A Stick as takeaway options. Guests also have the option to customise their own crêpes with the wide range of toppings available. Until 11am, the Crêperie also offers classic breakfast options, including continental breakfast with butter croissants, an American breakfast with muffins, and the famous breakfast crêpe, which is a great alternative to the traditional bacon and eggs. The menu, which is further complemented with wraps and salads, definitely offers something for everyone.
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 12pm-6pm, Fri 12pm-10pm, Sat 10am-10pm, Sun 10am-6pm
2 Ship Street, Brighton, UK, +44 1273 323 830
Moskha Caffé is a family-run café, opened with the aim of providing a zen-like atmosphere for its customers; following the tradition of its name, which refers to the liberation of the spirit in Sanskrit. Liberation, total satisfaction and peace form the three pillars of Moskha Caffé. The local café serves a high-quality variety of breakfast choices, including classics such as homemade granola and American-style blueberry pancakes. However, Moskha Caffé does venture above classic breakfast options, with its inventive Huevos Rancheros breakfast, consisting of a crisp tortilla base with chorizo, black beans, sweetcorn and chipotle sauce topped with fried eggs and avocado salsa. They have a good range of egg choices and vegetarian dishes that can also be prepared vegan if requested.
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 7am-7pm
4-5 York Place, Brighton, East Sussex, UK, +44 1273 248 890