A traveller’s guide for food in Brighton

There are many things Brighton is known for; its eccentric art, a friendly and open minded community and of course, the popular seafront. However, this town is also known for its the modern and traditional cuisine scene, making it an ideal place for everyone with different tastes in food.

Choccywoccydoodah       Photographer: http://www.Flickr.com/creative commons/lozwilkes

Think of chocolate being used as an ingredient for art. The creativity that you can use with our favourite treat is endless; and Choccywoccydoodah is living proof of that.The masterminds behind this chocolaterie always seems to fascinate everyone with their work; as the lavish, handmade cakes that stand proudly in the shop can be admired by everyone, along with the secret temptation to buy one just for yourself.

Tip: When visiting this place, make sure you visit their cafe upstairs as they serve one of the best proper hot chocolates in the UK. That’s pretty sweet right?

Address: 3 Meeting House Ln, Brighton BN1 1HB

Opening times: Monday-Saturday: 10am-6pm   Sunday: 11am-5pm

Phone number: 01273 329462

Iydea   Photographer: http://www.Flickr.com/creative commons/premasagar

Get your five a day at Iydea. This vegetarian restaurant has a relaxed and laid back ambience, as its concept is homemade canteen style food served in generously big portions. They have made eating vegetables more fun, as they’ve cleverly innovated classic dishes by experimenting and turning them into healthier, vegetarian versions.

Tip: Order the tzatziki as a topping. Their homemade Greek dip is absolutely divine.

Address: 17 Kensington Gardens, Brighton BN1 4AL

Opening times: Monday-Saturday: 9.3oam-5.30pm  Sunday: 10am-5.30pm

Phone number: 01273 667992


Bardsley’s Fish and chips    Photographer: http://www.Flickr.com/creative commons/Jeremy Keith

When in Brighton, you automatically think about sitting on the waterfront and having a lovely portion of fish and chips. Until the seagulls attack you and take every last chip there is. But fear not, for there is a better way to enjoy this good old traditional British meal, and that is at Bardsley’s. This award winning restaurant has been frying fish since 1926, making it one of the best in town. Not only has Bardsley’s been a historic part of Brighton’s community, but it also still has its authenticity.

Tip: Book a table in advance in order to avoid disappointment, as they can get really busy.

Address: 22-23a Baker St, Brighton BN1 4JN

Opening times:  Tuesday-Saturday: 12pm-3pm lunch time and 4:30pm-9.30pm dinner time (They are closed on Mondays and Sundays)

Phone number: 01273 681256

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