Now that life is slowly beginning to transition into a state of normalcy, one of the most popular meal times can once again reign as champion. That meal is, of course, brunch. When it comes to Brighton, there isn’t a shortage of amazing brunch spots to head to. Whether you’re gleefully returning to a re-opened favourite, or looking for a new stomping ground, we’re telling you all the best brunch spots Brighton has on offer.


Moksha Cafe Brighton
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Moksha is a local favourite and one you’ll find lots of people flocking to on the weekend. Moksha is an independent café which boasts a brilliant menu inspired by British brunch and lunch. With everything from pancakes, to huevos rancheros, to eggs of all kinds, you’ll be spoilt for choice and no doubt returning to try the whole menu.

Café Rust

Cafe Rust Brighton
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With stores in Brighton, Hove and Kemptown, Café Rust has become a thriving brunch spot since its first store opened in 2015. Rust is beautifully designed with tons of shabby chic charm that will have you reaching for your camera immediately. The food is just as beautiful as the décor, and the coffee is locally sourced, what more could you ask for?

Mange Tout

brunch at Mage Tout
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Mange Tout has been a hailed Brighton brunch spot since it opened its bistro doors in 2009. It’s organic, locally sourced and seasonal food has kept food lovers flocking, and the free-spirited, effortless ambience has solidified its reputation as one of Brighton’s most loved brunch spots.


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If you live in Brighton, you’re guaranteed to have seen a SIX stack of pancakes feature on one of your friends Instagram stories. Renowned for their incredible brunch offerings, a Brighton’s best brunch list wouldn’t be complete without mentioning this stylish gem.  The menu provides any brunch treat you could ever desire and caters for meat-eaters, veggies and vegans alike. The best part? You can upgrade your brunch with bottomless prosecco or champagne Friday-Sunday.


KOOKS Brighton
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Tucked away in the North Laine, Kooks is a quirky spot famous for its ‘Kooks benedict’ amongst other delicious dishes. Alongside a plethora of brunch options including, big plates, small plates and brunch classics, your visit is guaranteed to be accompanied by an enviable playlist curated by owner, DJ and producer, Tim Healy.  You’ll leave with your ears, eyes and stomach very much satisfied.

For more things to do in Brighton, check out our guide to the best things to do in Brighton for students.