Brighton breakfast spots

Your guide to the best breakfasts in Brighton

Bill's

A contemporary restaurant chain dishing up a range of breakfasts from full fry ups to eggs served any way you like, all for under a tenner. Big enough for large groups but it's best to book a table in advance to ensure you get a seated straight away.

Buddies

What you see is what you get at Buddies, open 24 hours and serving breakfast all day it's the place to go to soak up booze from the night before or for a late night meal. Tackle the huge 'Ultimate Buddies Buster' breakfast which includes a 5oz minute steak, three bacon rashers, three sausages, fried bread, hash browns, onion rings, baked beans, mushrooms, fries, black pudding & fried eggs.

Cafe Coho

This homely cafe has three locations across Brighton, one directly in The Lanes and one next to the station. Great choice for all-day breakfasts and brunch with a counter filled with homemade cakes and sandwiches made from local produce. Many of their dishes are vegan and gluten-free too.

Cafe Marmalade

This quaint cafe, located in Kemptown, has a rustic charm and a great selection of fresh food, salads, homemade cakes and coffee to start your day in the city. Make sure to get there early as the place is always buzzing with people.

Lovefit

If you enjoy a detox after a heavy night drinking, then Lovefit Cafe is a great choice with a range of fresh food such as pancakes, scrambled eggs and granola plus juices, smoothies and organic coffee. Vegetarian and gluten options are also available.

The Breakfast Club

Appropriately named, this venue has a whole host of breakfast options to cure the headache of the night before and get you raring to go for the next. With everything from a full monty, to avocado and salmon on toast to all-American pancakes, you're really spoilt for choice.

The New Club

Take in the sea air as you head to this New York inspired coffee house on Brighton seafront. You'll find a selection of brunch classics such as full English breakfast, pancakes with streaky bacon and maple syrup, smashed avocado on toast, and their special Mexican baked eggs.

Wetherspoons

No matter where you go in the UK, you're never far from a Spoons. With one on West Street and the other in North Street, you can have a decent breakfast; a debrief of the night before and the hair of the dog before getting ready to do it again the next night.