Best Places to eat in Brighton
The Great British Charcuterie
This was a recent discovery, a British cheese and charcuterie shop in Brighton Marina.
We tried the Miller’s Damsel Charcoal handbaked wafers from Artisan Biscuits to go with our charcoal cheddar and Isle of Avalon cows milk cheese. They had a great selection of local british cheese, English wines and charcuterie. I saved the Wagyu charcuterie for our next visit.
There is such a thing as a perfect mouthful, it’s worth pursuing every time ..
Charcoal cheddar, cowls milk cheese, charcoal biscuit, homemade pickles and homemade tomato chutney.
Location: 40 Marina Way, Brighton BN2 5WA
I have seen the Sugardough in Hove a few times but I never got the chance to actually pop in and try some of the patisserie so when I saw the new sugardough in the centre of Brighton I thought it was time to see if it will become a new favourite. Sometimes just looking at the display is not enough to judge a place, you have to go in and try something or have a look at the full menu. It did not disappoint!
We had the sugardough granola with Greek yogurt and poached fruit and the Southsea Blue ear grey tea.
Whilst we were having our breakfast I could see lots of other tasty dishes including a lovely asparagus soup so I went back after a few days and I had a fantastic tomato soup. They told that us that every month they have a different soup based on a main seasonal ingredient.
Location: 8 Market St, Brighton BN1 1HH
This is one of Brighton’s little secrets, it’s lovely and cosy in the winter and has a sunny quiet garden in the summertime. Today they had a seafood platter for two to share and I was gutted that I couldn’t share that with anyone since I was with my vegetarian sister. I couldn’t resist and in the end I asked if they could prepare by any chance a seafood platter for one and I’m glad they said yes because it was fantastic!
Location: 50 Preston Road, Brighton, BN1 4QF
Redroaster Coffee Co,
The sun is shining, Brighton is buzzing and what better way to start the day with some wild flowers and nutella double espresso coffee.
Location: 1d St James’s St, Brighton BN2 1RE
Everything I’ve tried in this shop has been absolutely delicious, the space is nice and bright and when the sun is out it’s lovely to sit outside. Cakes are fresh, moist and come in generous slices. I tried the blueberry, mango, coconut cake and a fantastic chocolate shortcrust pastry with caramel and pistachio. Nice selection of savoury food and teas.
Lemongrass and mint tea
Location: 97 Trafalgar street, Brighton BN1 4ER
Best places to eat in Brighton for 2017
To be continued …