Brighton train station on a summer's evening

Brighton is the quintessential British seaside resort, with plenty of fine eating establishments for the hungry traveler. Below you will find a selection the best options, whatever the occasion.


Best Breakfast Near Brighton Station


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Cafe Coho is a funky little breakfast spot with a contemporary feel and a range of delicious selections, a 1 minute walk from the station.  Boasting fresh, free-range local ingredients, excellent coffee and friendly service, Coho is the ideal way to start your day.  Try a sumptuous tower of pancakes with bacon and maple syrup, or, if you prefer a lighter start, try the Eggs Benedict with Parma ham and delicious chive Hollandaise.


Best working Lunch in Brighton



A good working lunch is a healthy and energising one – no falling asleep at your desk!  Lovefit Cafe fits the bill perfectly, with their emphasis on healthy, fresh and delicious food in a relaxed setting.  Enjoy a bite from a series of light options including triple-decker club sandwiches, falafel pitta and homemade soups.  They also offer a spicy Chilli con Carne with either lean beef or vegetables.  The best part?  Because your lunch was so light on calories, you can enjoy one of Lovefit’s gorgeous cakes, guilt-free.


Fine Dining around Brighton Station



First things first, The Set is most definitely worth a ten-minute walk from the station to sample their haute cuisine menu of stunningly-presented food!  The fayre on offer is sophisticated and delicious; with three taster menus that include mouth-watering options such as BBQ Hake with smoked aioli, pulled ham and chicory, and the zingy Duck with peanut, runner bean and peach, there’s something to suit every palate.


Romantic Meal near Brighton Station


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Isaac at Gloucester Street is a modern restaurant with a warm and intimate atmosphere, serving adventurous food made from delicious locally-sourced ingredients.  Take your seat and you’ll be right in the centre of the action, as the chefs prepare and introduce the dishes in the dining room, making Isaac at Gloucester Street an unforgettable experience.  Isaac will turn your special night into something truly spectacular.


Quick drinks near Brighton Station


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The Blue Man cafe bar is a magical setting for late drinks, with jazzy decor and a wide selection of craft ales, gins and cocktails.  In their words: ‘Brighton soul with a North African flavour’!  After a long day, this hip little cafe is the perfect place to relax in comfortable surroundings, taking in live music and other live events (see their website for full details:  as you sip a cocktail, or, if alcohol isn’t your thing, a pot of fresh mint tea.  Bliss.


What’s at the station?


There are plenty of places to eat, drink and shop at Brighton Station. Popular outlets include Steam Coffee, Pizza Fuoco and Marks & Spencer. If you’ve got some extra time on your hands, pop into the Brighton Toy and Model Museum and take in some miniature trains, it’s right outside!


Contributors: Ryan Magee, Chris Lomas

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