Famed for their vodka shot sticks and quirky cocktails, Revolution is the go-to for great drinks. But that's not all. Offering everything from mezze boards and sharing platters to mac n cheese paired with sticky Asian duck and freshly baked pizza, you won't go hungry here.
Affordable Restaurants in Brighton
Fancy a decent meal without breaking the bank? From vegan kebabs to stone-baked pizza and freshly made sushi, we've handpicked the best places for dining on a budget. Check out our guide to the best affordable restaurants in Brighton right here.
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Not only does Patterns serve up a tasty array of affordable food in Brighton, but they've also got stunning views of the beachfront, as well as £5 cocktails and bottomless brunch from Lucky Beach on Saturdays. Oosh.
Whether you came for the jazzy interiors or the all-day breakfast dishes, this Lanes favourite won't disappoint. Think coffee-rubbed steak and eggs, pancakes topped with bacon and maple syrup and butties stuffed with sausage, chorizo and more.
It's all about stone-baked pizzas prepared from scratch each and every day at this North Lanes spot. Head to Dead Wax Social for meaty, vegan and veggie options, as reasonably priced slices are served up by Wolfsmouth and accompanied by the sweet sound of vinyl tunes.
A coveted spot right on the seafront and quirky cavernous booths aren't the only things that The Tempest Inn has going for them. Expect crayfish tacos, mussel fritters and seitan burgers; all coming in at less than a tenner.
Born in Brighton, Honest Burgers is the affordable burger joint serving up mouthwatering munch with a succinct menu. Choose from chicken and beef or veggie and vegan options, plus craft beers and cocktails to boot.
Head to Preston Street for a taste of Mexico as Halisco promises cheap eats like chipotle pulled chicken tacos, refried beans and fire-roasted corn on the cob alongside boozy bottomless brunching come the weekend.
Fried chicken is the name of the game at The Bok Shop and that means free-range birds in all their glory. Make your way through loaded burgers from just £8, all the way through to matcha wings, vegan nuggs and plenty more.
If you're after cheap restaurants in Brighton that won't skimp on quality or character, then La Choza is right up your street. Soak up South American vibes from the punchy interiors to the mouthwatering menu.
From vegan sushi to fully-fledged fish dishes, Moshimo is Japanese food at its finest. There's a wide range available, with sake and whisky, as well as maki, handrolls and sushi platters. Our tip? Visit on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, when members score 50% off.
With pizzas starting from only £5, Franco Manca is a top choice when it comes to affordable restaurants in Brighton. Keep it classic or choose a butternut squash base, with toppings from Yorkshire fennel sausage to roasted aubergine. We didn't choose the pizza life...
Think you know your kebabs? Think again, because What The Pitta is serving up their vegan take on the Middle Eastern classic and they've got mezze boxes, falafel wraps and snack boxes available too.