Brighton is brimming with top brunch spots to satisfy your breakfast cravings. From bottomless bubbles and tomato on toast at Patterns to nourishing brunch bowls packed with organic veg from Six, these places are sure to cater for all you plant-based people seeking the perfect morning pick-me-up. Let us be your guide to finding Brighton's best vegan brunches.
Patterns offer a bottomless brunch that’s pretty hard to beat, especially when it's enjoyed beachside on their terrace. Pairing free-flowing prosecco, bloody marys and mimosas with heirloom tomatoes on sourdough toast with olive dressing, za’tar and fresh herbs, this brunch is polished off with regular terrace takeovers from resident DJs.
This award-winning veggie and vegan spot know how to knock out a bloomin’ brilliant brunch. Food for Friends serves up organic brekkies of corn fritters with zucchini, red onion and corn alongside fresh guac and salsa, classic avo on toasted sourdough and homemade granola. This homely haunt really brings great British produce to the forefront of your experience.
Nestled in the arches of the beachfront, Lucky Beach is one lovely place for brunching in the sun. Whether you’re perfectly poised by the sea or cosying up inside, their vegan food offering of an almost famous brunch burger is one mouthwatering creation. Picture a Moving Mountains burger topped with veg, mushroom, fermented chilli and avo mousse, drool.
If you’re in the mood for some free-flowing bubbly with your brunch, check out the West Hill Tavern. Every Saturday, the Buckingham Place bar serves up vegan-friendly shakshuka, avo and mushroom inspired pizzas all of which can be made bespoke to your preference. Top that off with endless bubbles or mimosas and you've started your weekend in style.
Venture on over to Hove and you’ll find the floral haven that is Six. Come the weekend, this place dishes out brunch bowls of organic mushrooms, potatoes, avo, hash browns, hummus and more, alongside full-English-style vegan breakfasts and freshly baked banana bread served with peanut butter for those with more of a sweet tooth.
Brunch is all day, every day at The Breakfast Club, but if you wanna get Toatsed, swing by between 3pm and 5pm and you can drink unlimited prosecco, bucks fizz and lager while munching on their menu of appetising breakfast dishes. The Beauregarde pancakes with blueberries, lemon compote and Oatly cream are particularly enticing.
Hungry for more? Check out our guide to vegan dining in Brighton here.