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Guidebook for Brighton

Sarah

Guidebook for Brighton

Food Scene
Lovely independent cafe at Fiveways. Great food and coffee.
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Tilt
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Lovely independent cafe at Fiveways. Great food and coffee.
Fabulous bakery and cafe at Fiveways - three minutes from the house. Amazing bread and pastries to be found here!
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The Flour Pot Bakery
138 Preston Drove
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Fabulous bakery and cafe at Fiveways - three minutes from the house. Amazing bread and pastries to be found here!
Local pub, chilled, cosy atmosphere and nice pub food.
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Preston Park Tavern
88 Havelock Rd
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Local pub, chilled, cosy atmosphere and nice pub food.
Wonderful restaurant that has been tipped for a Michelin star. Little sharing plates of interesting, clever food...fairly pricy, probably £60 a head if you’re having wine and definitely book well ahead. Worth it!
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64 Degrees
53 Meeting House Ln
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Wonderful restaurant that has been tipped for a Michelin star. Little sharing plates of interesting, clever food...fairly pricy, probably £60 a head if you’re having wine and definitely book well ahead. Worth it!
Our favourite Indian restaurant in Brighton. Currys, railway trays, street snacks, puddings...eat in or Deliveroo. On the pricy side but utterly worth it.
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The Chilli Pickle
17 Jubilee St
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Our favourite Indian restaurant in Brighton. Currys, railway trays, street snacks, puddings...eat in or Deliveroo. On the pricy side but utterly worth it.
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Curry Leaf Cafe – Kemptown Kitchen
40-42 Upper St James's St
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Upmarket veggie restaurant with aspirations for itself...cheffy and expect gels, crumbs, souls and so on.
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Food for Friends
17-18 Prince Albert St
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Upmarket veggie restaurant with aspirations for itself...cheffy and expect gels, crumbs, souls and so on.
Totally wonderful Mexican food. The burritos are to die for!
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La Choza
36A Gloucester Rd
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Totally wonderful Mexican food. The burritos are to die for!
Joint best curry in Brighton in our view! Cheaper than the Chilli Pickle and more informal. Street food is absolutely delicious. Eat in and Deliveroo.
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Curry Leaf Cafe – Brighton Lanes
60 Ship St
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Joint best curry in Brighton in our view! Cheaper than the Chilli Pickle and more informal. Street food is absolutely delicious. Eat in and Deliveroo.
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Fatto a Mano Brighton
77 London Rd
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Amazing pizza - eat in or take away.
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Fatto a Mano North Laine
25 Gloucester Rd
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Amazing pizza - eat in or take away.
Gorgeous pub five minutes from the house with great beer.
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Signalman
76-78 Ditchling Rise
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Gorgeous pub five minutes from the house with great beer.
Old school 1920s built seaside cafe on top of the cliffs with great views over the sea. Good stop off along the Undercliff walk (you’ll need to use the steps to get up on top of the cliffs)
Roedean Cafe
Old school 1920s built seaside cafe on top of the cliffs with great views over the sea. Good stop off along the Undercliff walk (you’ll need to use the steps to get up on top of the cliffs)
Shoreham airport is a perfectly preserved, still fully working tiny 1920s airport which is often used as a film set (see it in The Crown). The cafe, The Hummingbird, is a real architectural gem, located right by the runway, overlooking the Downs. You can sit on the terrace right by the runway and feel the breeze from the tiny planes taking off as you eat your brunch or tea. You can get there easily by bike along the seafront cycle path from Brighton.
Hummingbird Restaurant
Shoreham airport is a perfectly preserved, still fully working tiny 1920s airport which is often used as a film set (see it in The Crown). The cafe, The Hummingbird, is a real architectural gem, located right by the runway, overlooking the Downs. You can sit on the terrace right by the runway and feel the breeze from the tiny planes taking off as you eat your brunch or tea. You can get there easily by bike along the seafront cycle path from Brighton.
Divine brunches and lunches, veggie and carnivores all catered for. Local produce, avocado toast and delicious fry ups.
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Bill's Lewes Restaurant
56 Cliffe High St
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Divine brunches and lunches, veggie and carnivores all catered for. Local produce, avocado toast and delicious fry ups.
High end, gorgeous sea food. R and F is a Brighton institution, most famous for its oysters and champagne. Also have a branch on the beach.
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Riddle & Finns
12b Meeting House Ln
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High end, gorgeous sea food. R and F is a Brighton institution, most famous for its oysters and champagne. Also have a branch on the beach.
Old school fish and chip shop near London Road serving excellent fish and chips. Also do takeaway.
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Bardsley's Fish & Chips
22 Baker St
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Old school fish and chip shop near London Road serving excellent fish and chips. Also do takeaway.
Chi chi takeaway fish and chips five minutes walk away from the house. We haven’t visited yet as it was new summer 2021 but quickly getting a reputation fo being excellent. “Truffle oil and cracked pepper chips” plus vegan jackfruit based options.
The little fish and chip shop
Chi chi takeaway fish and chips five minutes walk away from the house. We haven’t visited yet as it was new summer 2021 but quickly getting a reputation fo being excellent. “Truffle oil and cracked pepper chips” plus vegan jackfruit based options.
Delicious Neapolitan pizza to eat in or takeaway. Three minutes walk from the house.
Rustico
300 Ditchling Road
Delicious Neapolitan pizza to eat in or takeaway. Three minutes walk from the house.
Activities with kids
Indoors soft play.
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Monkey Bizness Lewes
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Sightseeing
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Seven Sisters
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Chilled out river walks and you can also swim/kayak/SUP in the river.
Barcombe Mills
Chilled out river walks and you can also swim/kayak/SUP in the river.
1920s lido, in the process of being restored by the community and now open. Cold!
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Saltdean Lido
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1920s lido, in the process of being restored by the community and now open. Cold!
You can generally park for free by the lido in the council car park. Nice place to swim in the sea and there’s a cafe on the beach.
Saltdean Beach
You can generally park for free by the lido in the council car park. Nice place to swim in the sea and there’s a cafe on the beach.
Good place to swim in the sea even when it’s low tide - you can still get out to the deeper water fairly easily as it’s not too rocky. Park along the seafront or if it’s busy, head onto Braemore or Berriedale roads to park on the street.
Berriedale Avenue
Good place to swim in the sea even when it’s low tide - you can still get out to the deeper water fairly easily as it’s not too rocky. Park along the seafront or if it’s busy, head onto Braemore or Berriedale roads to park on the street.
Great beach with a lovely cafe (take away) that does great cake plus ice creams, bacon sandwiches and drinks. Great for rockpooling when tide is low. You can only swim comfortably two hours before and after high tide as the rocks make it hard to get to the deep water the rest of the time. Park on Greenways for free. Parking gets difficult on hot sunny weekend days (you may need to walk for 10 minutes to get from car to beach). You can also get to the ovingdean cafe and beach from Brighton by bike along the Undercliff path.
Ovingdean Café
Great beach with a lovely cafe (take away) that does great cake plus ice creams, bacon sandwiches and drinks. Great for rockpooling when tide is low. You can only swim comfortably two hours before and after high tide as the rocks make it hard to get to the deep water the rest of the time. Park on Greenways for free. Parking gets difficult on hot sunny weekend days (you may need to walk for 10 minutes to get from car to beach). You can also get to the ovingdean cafe and beach from Brighton by bike along the Undercliff path.
Path that stretches beneath the cliffs from Brighton marina to Rottingdean. You can cycle or walk.
Undercliff Walk
Path that stretches beneath the cliffs from Brighton marina to Rottingdean. You can cycle or walk.
Mostly off road, mostly flat cycle path from Guildford to Shoreham - 36 miles or so. Fine with a road bike as it’s mostly on proper path not mud.
Downs Link
Mostly off road, mostly flat cycle path from Guildford to Shoreham - 36 miles or so. Fine with a road bike as it’s mostly on proper path not mud.
Great views over Brighton and a pub (gets quite busy) where you can have lunch.
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Devil's Dyke - National Trust
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Great views over Brighton and a pub (gets quite busy) where you can have lunch.
South Downs Way
14 mile cycle and footpath from Hampden Park to Heathfield. Perfect for cycling with kids as it’s flat and smooth all the way. Passes through Horam and Hailsham where you can pick up food. You can access it by rail - get the train to Polegate. The station is very near the trail.
Cuckoo Trail
14 mile cycle and footpath from Hampden Park to Heathfield. Perfect for cycling with kids as it’s flat and smooth all the way. Passes through Horam and Hailsham where you can pick up food. You can access it by rail - get the train to Polegate. The station is very near the trail.
Typical beautiful National Trust.
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National Trust - Nymans
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Typical beautiful National Trust.
Gorgeous National Trust. Also has a fantastic woodland trail (you don’t need to pay to go in for this bit) which has been set up for den building...brilliant place to spend a drizzly afternoon building an enormous den.
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Sheffield Park
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Gorgeous National Trust. Also has a fantastic woodland trail (you don’t need to pay to go in for this bit) which has been set up for den building...brilliant place to spend a drizzly afternoon building an enormous den.
Cute working port town with plenty to while away a nice day out. Walk along the river Adur, hang out near the harbour, visit the amazingly preserved 1920s tiny Shoreham airport.
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Shoreham-by-Sea
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Cute working port town with plenty to while away a nice day out. Walk along the river Adur, hang out near the harbour, visit the amazingly preserved 1920s tiny Shoreham airport.
Stunning views over the Downs to the north and over the Channel to the south. Perfect place to start a walk east or west along the South Downs way. You can walk to Lewes from here - it’s 6 miles and you can get the train back to London road Brighton. You can park in the National trust car park at Ditchling beacon, and there’s normally an ice cream van parked there too.
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Ditchling Beacon
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Stunning views over the Downs to the north and over the Channel to the south. Perfect place to start a walk east or west along the South Downs way. You can walk to Lewes from here - it’s 6 miles and you can get the train back to London road Brighton. You can park in the National trust car park at Ditchling beacon, and there’s normally an ice cream van parked there too.
A lovely little town, famous for its antique shops and flea markets. Spend the day here nosing round independent shops, visit the Harvey’s Brewery and try the local beer, walk along the river Ouse.
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Lewes
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A lovely little town, famous for its antique shops and flea markets. Spend the day here nosing round independent shops, visit the Harvey’s Brewery and try the local beer, walk along the river Ouse.
Art Deco 1920s pier...more sedate than Brighton pier (no rides but there is a little arcade with shove ha’penny machines).
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Worthing Pier
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Art Deco 1920s pier...more sedate than Brighton pier (no rides but there is a little arcade with shove ha’penny machines).
Cycle from Brighton to Worthing along the coastal cycle path for a fun day out. https://www.sustrans.org.uk/find-a-route-on-the-national-cycle-network/south-coast-promenades-worthing-to-brighton
National Cycle Network Route 2
Cycle from Brighton to Worthing along the coastal cycle path for a fun day out. https://www.sustrans.org.uk/find-a-route-on-the-national-cycle-network/south-coast-promenades-worthing-to-brighton
Shopping
Treasure trove of second hand bric a beach, books, antiques, furniture.
Treasure trove of second hand books, bric a bric, antiques and furniture.
Lewes Antiques Centre
20 Cliffe High St
Treasure trove of second hand books, bric a bric, antiques and furniture.
Enormous rabbit warren of second hand/antique dealers’ stalls over two floors. You can get very lost in here! Then go to Bill’s cafe for the most amazing lunch.
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Lewes Flea Market
14A Market St
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Enormous rabbit warren of second hand/antique dealers’ stalls over two floors. You can get very lost in here! Then go to Bill’s cafe for the most amazing lunch.
Second hand indoor vintage market in Brighton’s North Laine
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Snoopers Paradise Ltd
7-8 Kensington Gardens
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Second hand indoor vintage market in Brighton’s North Laine