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10 Things to eat in Brighton and where

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When we visit a city it is not only interesting to know new places, visit museums and monuments and discover curiosities, but also ... eat!
Cooking is a great way to get to know the city thoroughly, knowing new flavors and distant traditions.

A trip to Brighton? Nothing better than planning authentic stops to discover typical dishes. So let's see together: 10 things to eat in Brighton and where.

Index

  1. English Breakfast
  2. Fish & Chips
  3. Sunday Roast
  4. Burger
  5. Cupcakes
  6. Cream tea
  7. Foot
  8. Benedict eggs
  9. Chicken Tikka Masala
  10. Fudge
  11. Where to eat in Brighton: best restaurants, typical bars and street food
  12. User questions and comments

1 - English Breakfast

Wherever you go in England, with the necessary variations, the English breakfast is a must try.

It is the mainstay of the British day, it is very different from the Italian breakfast and perhaps this is why it is so interesting to discover.

First it's a savory breakfast, consisting of strong and substantial dishes: eggs are a must, sausages, crispy bacon, beans cooked in tomato sauce, mushrooms, all accompanied by bread with butter, a bowl of pudding and a cup of steaming coffee or tea .

Consider our eating habits, probably, with an original English Breakfast you will remain full until the evening!



  • Recommended to: Breakfast
  • Average cost: £ 10,00 (€ 12,00)
  • Main ingredients: eggs, pork, beans

2 - Fish & Chips

One of the iconic dishes of England, it is impossible to leave without having tasted at least one.

Among other things, this is a seaside city, where this dish of fried fish and chips becomes even more important, it is always fresh and tasty, which is why it is particularly popular.

It is a single dish served with a generous portion of cod or other type of fish with a thick and crunchy breading, fried and served with a side of chips and savory sauces, including the garlic one. It can be ordered in almost any restaurant, but it can also be sold, particularly on the pier, as street food. To try!



  • Recommended to: Lunch Dinner
  • Average cost: £ 12,00 (€ 15,00)
  • Main ingredients: fish, chips, sauces

3 - Sunday Roast

It is the typical Sunday roast, proposed in many restaurants just as a Sunday lunch menu.

It is a single dish whose main ingredient is a roast of various kinds (pork or beef), which has usually undergone a long and slow cooking marinated with numerous spices and sauces, served with the very tasty cooking liquid and a series of side vegetables that can vary, but potatoes are always present.

Sometimes it is also served with a bowl of pudding, which goes well with many others. If you want bread, specify it: for us it is obvious, not abroad!

  • Recommended to: lunch
  • Average cost: £ 12,00-14,00 (€ 15,00- € 16,00)
  • Main ingredients: meat, vegetables

4 - Burger

Known throughout the world as the typical fast food dish, these sandwiches are served with succulent meats from the English pastures, topped with savory sauces, fried potatoes and much more.

As a main course or as a street food to be enjoyed along the pier with a cold beer, Brighton has numerous places where they serve excellent burgers of all kinds.

  • Recommended to: Lunch Dinner
  • Average cost: £ 10,00 (€ 12,00)
  • Main ingredients: meat, bread, vegetables, sauces

5 - Cupcakes

It's true, it is a typical American dessert, but in England it has taken root and in Brighton, in particular, there is a very famous pastry shop, even the star of a TV show, Catwalk Cakes.

Here you can find cupcakes of all kinds and toppings, to eat first with your eyes and then also have a good feast!

They are sweets made with a sweet dough and then decorated with colored or multi-flavor glazes: chocolate, vanilla, coconut, strawberry, any flavor can suggest your imagination.



  • Recommended to: snack
  • Average cost: £ 5,00-10,00 (€ 5,50- € 12,00)
  • Main ingredients: sponge-like dough, icing or cream, chocolate

6 - Cream tea

You cannot miss the appointment of five o'clock tea, an authentic ritual for British citizens.

Real tea is drunk without sugar, often accompanied by a drop of milk, and tradition has it that, while sipping the drink, you can taste the famous scones, typical sweet rolls, small but very leavened, which are cut in two and stuffed with butter and jam.

Butter is very popular and can be found practically everywhere.

  • Recommended to: snack
  • Average cost: £ 5,00-10,00 (€ 5,50- € 12,00)
  • Main ingredients: tea, milk, scones, butter, jam

7 - Pie

It is an excellent typical savory dish, not very well known but, for this very reason, it is worth tasting.

It is a savory pie made of brisee dough whose "lid" is cut and then comes filled with whatever you can think of: it can be meat, fish, vegetable, cheese ...

  • Recommended to: Lunch Dinner
  • Average cost: £ 10,00 (€ 12,00)
  • Main ingredients: baked brisee pastry, filling to taste, both meat and fish or vegetarian

8 - Eggs Benedict

Considered a separate meal or even the completion of the English Breakfast, these eggs are the most celebrated dish from British chefs, even Gordon Ramsay has included them as proof of the Masterchef program.

It is a compound dish really interesting: the scones cut in half, two poached eggs, slices of crunchy bacon and, on top of this tower of ingredients, a pour of so-called Hollandaise sauce, a kind of mayonnaise with the addition of butter.

A dish to be eaten with caution, given the high intake of fat, but very tasty and nutritious. It is rumored that the best Brighton Eggs Benedict are at Bill's.



  • Recommended to: breakfast lunch
  • Average cost: £ 10,00 (€ 12,00)
  • Main ingredients: eggs, bacon, egg and butter sauce, scones

9 - Chicken Tikka Masala

Originally this started out as an Indian dish.
Yet it has now so entered the gastronomic tradition of the country that it is considered an English dish.

This dish has become, after several reinterpretations, a sort of chicken stew, cooked with masala sauce, made with cream, curry and tomato, which gives the dish a very particular orange color.
The dish is usually served with naan bread and rice.

  • Recommended to: Lunch Dinner
  • Average cost: £ 10,00 (€ 12,00)
  • Main ingredients: chicken, cream, curry, tomato, spices

10 - Fudge

It is a typical dessert, so sweet that it is strongly not recommended for non-gluttonous ones par excellence.
It is sold on street corners in small squares, so you can also eat it as a snack or street food.

In Brighton you will find it more easily along the pier, in the small candy stands.
It's done based on milk, sugar, caramel, cream, butter: compound that gives it great softness and the ability to melt in contact with the palate. But it can also be found in other variants, such as chocolate.

  • Recommended to: snack
  • Average cost: £ 5,00 (€ 5,50)
  • Main ingredients: dairy products, sugar

Where to eat in Brighton: best restaurants, typical bars and street food

A charming English city to enjoy excellent seafood specialties, perhaps with a spectacular view.
The British just don't know how to give up the inimitable fish and chips and excellent beers or cocktails in traditional English pubs, perhaps revisited in a modern way.

The city offers everything in terms of food, from traditional dishes to healthier, vegan and vegetarian recipes! Here's where to eat in Brighton: the best restaurants, typical bars and street food.

1 - Lost in the Lanes

  • Description: a modern and bright place where you can enjoy fresh and healthy food, from breakfast to lunch with excellent sourdough products and freshly prepared smoothies
  • specialty: toast with avocado
  • Average price: from € 10,00 per person
  • Address: 0 Nile St, Brighton BN1 1HW, Get Directions / Website

2 - Riddle & Finns The Lanes

  • Description: beautiful restaurant with outdoor terrace overlooking the beach, ideal for enjoying good fish accompanied by excellent wine and a spectacular sunset
  • specialty: oysters and seafood
  • Average price: from € 15,00 per person
  • Address: 12b Meeting House Ln, Get Directions / Website

3 - The Salt Room

  • Description: restaurant decorated with a mix of old and new with tasty dishes representing the best of British cuisine with fresh fish cooked in a real charcoal oven
  • specialty: lobster and fish dishes
  • Average price: from € 15,00 per person
  • Address: 106 Kings Rd, Brighton BN1 2FU, Get Directions / Official Website

4 - Mrs Fitzherbert's

  • Description: a truly unique North Laine pub with a modern, colorful design and very whimsical decor with meat dishes, sandwiches, vegan specialties with excellent craft beers and cocktails
  • specialty: roast pork
  • Average price: from € 10,00 per person
  • Address: 25-26 New Rd, Brighton BN1 1UG, Get Directions / Official Website

5 - Regency Restaurant

  • Description: cozy restaurant with wooden chairs and tables where you can also eat with a splendid sea view on the West Pier. The crunchy batter of their fried foods is inimitable
  • specialty: fish and chips
  • Average price: from € 10,00 per person
  • Address: 131 Kings Rd, Brighton BN1 2HH, Get Directions
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