When the weekend rolls around? Kitchens all over this seaside city are primed and ready to satisfy your breakfast cravings. From bottomless bubbles and free-flowing pizza parties to pancake stacks doused in maple syrup, these places are sure to cater to all your plant-based needs. So, without further ado, here's our guide to Brighton's best vegan brunches.
Patterns offer a bottomless brunch that’s pretty hard to beat. The beachside party pad is pairing two hours of free-flowing prosecco, bloody marys. beer, cider and mimosas with an equally bottomless selection of pizzas, all polished off with regular terrace takeovers from resident DJs.
Food for Friends
This award-winning veggie and vegan spot in the Lanes knows how to knock out a bloomin’ brilliant brunch. Food for Friends offers diners organic brekkies of kimchi breakfast bao alongside garlic mushrooms on toast and chickpea frittatas. The homely haunt really brings great British produce to the forefront of your experience.
A treat on the eyes and stomach, Rockwater is a stunning seaside restaurant boasting incredible views and some of the best vegan brunches in Brighton. Never mind that it's actually in Hove. Spend a leisurely Saturday here sipping on strong coffee and tucking into smashed avocado on toast or a Buddha bowl as you gaze out at your watery surroundings.
The New Club
The New Club is providing you with a fabulous selection of classic and quirky brunch bites. Head over to the Kings Road restaurant for your fix of white bean and leek patties on toast, Buddha bowls and crispy cauliflower tacos. Top that off with some breakfast bellinis or hard OJ and you've started your weekend in style.
Venture on over to Hove and you’ll find the floral haven that is Six. Serving brekkie dishes daily, this place cooks up full-English-style vegan spreads alongside refreshing smoothie bowls and freshly baked banana bread laden with peanut butter for those of you with more of a sweet tooth.
The Breakfast Club
As the name might suggest, brunch is all day, every day at The Breakfast Club. But if you want to take things up a notch, swing by this retro restaurant between 3pm and 5pm on Saturday where you can get TOASTED over unlimited prosecco and lager while munching on pancakes topped with berries and Biscoff crunch.
Nestled in the arches of the beachfront, Lucky Beach is one lovely place for feasting in the sun. Whether you’re perfectly poised by the sea or cosying up inside, its vegan food offering is one mouthwatering creation. Picture a tasty brioche crammed with scrambled tofu, roasted aubergine, herby mushrooms and red pepper. Drool.
Purveyors of late-night antics and fruity cocktails, Revolution are coming in strong with their vegan bottomless brunches. The West Lanes party bar is providing you with beetroot burgers and meatless pizza alongside 90 minutes of unlimited Aperol spritzes, prosecco, beers and bloody marys. You can also expect a fun soundtrack of tunes to keep the good times going throughout.
Hungry for more? Check out our guide to vegan dining in Brighton here.