'Brunch' is not a word that teeters happy with many. Often hipster-fied and towing the line with phrases such as 'hangry', people question its place; but let's be honest, ya being silly. Acting as a midday saviour to all hangovers, and giving us a reasonable excuse to drink from 11 in the morning, brunch is champion, so where to find some of the best, and most unique in Brighton? With spring all sprung like, it'd be rude of us not to......
The Kitsch Way
Bottomless Brunch at The Breakfast Club
While a British staple, (that don't worry, we can't let go of either) no longer is there need to command your breakfast in a greasy spoon. Brimming with kitsch trinkets and gaudy furniture, not only do they have the word breakfast in their name as a tell tale tasty sign, The Breakfast Club promise brunch plates the likes of their Veggie Breakfast Burrito or avocado and poached egg with fresh chillies and pumpkin seeds (£7.50) in a truly unique Brighton setting.
Bottomless, And In A Cave
Brunch at The Tempest Inn
Hark back to days of chest beating and scoffing in a cave, courtesy of one of the most unique venues in Brighton. Not only boasting a unique destination brimming with rock-clad nooks and unusual spaces, those that want to get a little boozy with brunch can enjoy their Bottomless Brunch for a mere £15 a piece. Bloody Mary's and Mimosa's? Aplenty.
Do It By The Sea
Brunch at The New Club
It's pretty hard to wrangle a spot by the sea, but The New Club pitted other restaurants to the post, snagging a location that looks prime upon the old pier. Not only can you snag a seat outside when the sun hits, you can gorge on breakfast plates the likes of smashed avocado on sourdough, and cinnamon buttermilk pancakes (£7). Look, I've been here on a hangover, I can vouch.
Enjoy It, Guilt and Waste Free
Breakfast and Brunch at SILO
We're a damn wasteful society, and that more than slightly sucks. But what if you could dose on a breakfast in Brighton that doesn't consider waste just a 'side step' in a good meal, and tries to curb it instead? Introducing Silo, who aim to 'reuse, reduce, share and repeat'. Holler. Try the sourdough with Silo beans and a slow cooked egg for just £6.
Thoughtful, and delicious alike, Silo have stepped up Brighton's brunch game.
Do It All Fancy Like
Brunch at GB1 Restaurant
While I normally look like raggedy Anne had a fight with a grub bucket come the morning, some of you probably don't; so why not try one of the plushest breakfasts in Brighton courtesy of The Grand. Housed in this hearty hotel, head to GB1 for a charming restaurant churning out breakfast nosh the likes of their smoked haddock with a poached egg, or eggs florentine. Side it all with champers.