Don’t leave town until you’ve ticked all of these off your list…
BRIGHTON CEREAL CAFE
Café Trafe, 38 Trafalgar Street, BN1 4ED
After being envious of Camden’s infamous cereal café for too long, Brighton finally caught up and got its own cereal café. Located in the North Laine vicinity, it’s a perfect little location to stumble across when you fancy a treat or a place to plan your breakfast, a meal that can too often be a dull chore.
This wonderfully colourful café, where you can draw on the walls, lets you mix up to 6 different cereals in one bowl, all imported from around the globe, with a choice of 50 toppings and 12 different kinds of milk. This café will give you a burst of sweet nostalgia.
ROOSTERS PIRI PIRI
55 Western Rd, BN1 2EB 01273 731968
This is a place that prides itself on being healthy, affordable whilst still staying deliciously authentic to its flavours. With piri piri, Lebanese, Mexican and Tikki flavour bases there’s an exotic theme for every palette and Roosters offers a wide variety of food you can gorge on without destroying your health or waistline. Platters, prawns, wraps and wings are just some of the edible goodness you can find here as well as a load of regular and premium sides to complete your meal perfectly. As most the dishes are finished off on the grill for that irresistible flame grill taste, it’s something that has customers coming back for more.
PATTY & BUN
56 Ship Street, BN1 1AF
We are lucky enough to be the first place outside of London for Patty & Bun to share their incredible burgers with. The menu is like no other burger joint with a range of interesting toppings to satisfy your hunger. How about the ‘Lambshank Redemption’ Burger with a lamb patty, coriander & chilli, buttermilk baby courgettes, cumin aioli and feta? Or ‘The Whoopi Goldburger’ with a tempeh & mushroom fritter, bread & butter pickles, diced onion and smoked gouda cheese. Of course, you can get a standard beef burger, and some saucy sides that are more than just chips. Download the app to get loyalty discounts too.
12 Black Lion Street, BN1 1ND
The name of this Vietnamese restaurant derives from a national dish from, you guessed it, Vietnam. It’s pronounced ‘fuh’ and specialises in this aromatic and appetizing meal of noodle soup, vegetables and you can add a range of meat if you please. Served on the side of your dish are a selection of fresh herbs that you can add as much or as little of to suit your taste preference. A selection of Asian inspired salads and starters are also on offer, crispy crepes, spring rolls, tangy lotus stems and banana blossom salad just to name a few of the extraordinary foods that will have flavours dancing on your tongue.