14 of the best brunch spots in Sussex
PUBLISHED: 14:00 24 May 2019 | UPDATED: 14:00 24 May 2019
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We present some of the best cafés and restaurants across Sussex to head to for eggs Benedict, Bloody Marys and lashings of coffee
Whether it's a hangover cure, a quick bite, or sit-down meal with friends, there are plenty of places to enjoy brunch in Sussex. We round up a few...
Recently refurbished, Coast in Worthing is an ideal place to stop for a late breakfast with coastal views. Menu options include scrambled eggs on toast, Parisian breakfast and the Coast special breakfast.
Breakfast hours: 9am-11.30am
Metropole Bar, Hilton Brighton Metropole
The Metropole Bar has a bottomless brunch menu. The hotel in Kings Road offers a £25 one-course menu daily with vegetarian, vegan and non-vegetarian options and free-flowing Prosecco or Bloody Marys for 90 minutes from sitting down.
Brunch hours: 11am-5pm.
The Ship Inn, Rye
This charming old inn, based in The Strand, has a rich history and lots of character. The breakfasts are very good and include eggs Benedict, kippers, eggs and smoked salmon, and toast. Ingredients are locally sourced, sustainable, organic and seasonal where possible. Dogs are welcome.
Breakfast/brunch hours: 8am-11.30am daily.
The Beach Deck, Eastbourne
Slap bang on the beach in Royal Parade the views, sea air and surroundings of the Beach Deck are hard to beat. Tasty brunch options include avocado and poached egg on sourdough; chorizo hash; and bacon butties. Dogs are welcome inside on one side of the restaurant and outside all day.
Breakfast/brunch hours: 9am-11.30am daily.
The Double Decker Café, St Leonards
All aboard! The Double Decker is a bright red bus serving hearty breakfasts, such as full English platters with bubble and squeak, veggie breakfasts and strong espressos. It's owned by the 1066 Bakery and many of the ingredients are locally sourced. There is a play area for children next to the bus in Highfield Drive.
Breakfast/brunch hours: 8am-2pm Monday to Thursday; 7.30am-2pm Friday; 8am-1pm Saturday; 9am-1pm Sunday.
The New Club, Brighton
Paradise for brunch fiends, the New Club was inspired by the brunch scene in the US. Tasty options at the King's Road venue include Mexican eggs, pancakes and plenty more.. Wash it down with something from the Hangover Cures menu (such as a Bloody Mary, or a vodka-spiked Hard OJ & Lemonade), as you soak up the sea views.
Breakfast/brunch hours: 10am-4pm weekdays; 9am-4pm Saturday; and 9am-2pm Sunday.
This is a lively location for brunch on the corner of Ash Lane, with two floors and a terrace outside. There's a great range on the brunch menu, including the Lounge Breakfast, avocado brunch, triple-stacked pancakes and a simple sausage butty. The smoothies are also delightful.
Hours: 9am-11pm Sunday-Wednesday; 9am-11:30pm Thursday-Saturday.
Tom's Food, Cuckfield
Being part of the Nicky C interiors shop in High Street, it's no surprise that this cafe is glorious to look at. But the food is wonderful too. Brunch options include Welsh rarebit, wild boar sausage roll and scrambled egg. Enjoy it with a cup of locally roasted coffee.
Breakfast/brunch hours: All day Monday to Saturday.
Morris and Jacques, Brighton
Loved by locals, this friendly St James Street cafe offers English and Mediterranean breakfast and brunch all day, every day, inside or out in the sunny garden. Dishes include the chef's big breakfast, omelette and mushrooms on toast.
Breakfast/brunch hours: All day
Billy's on the Beach, Bracklesham Bay
Gaze over the sea as you enjoy a lazy brunch at this licensed beach café in Bracklesham Lane, not far from Chichester. The tasty menu includes muesli pot, smoked salmon and crushed avocado. The café has a kids' menu, and disabled access.
Breakfast/brunch hours: 9am-11.40am.
The Hungry Guest, Petworth
This contemporary artisan café in Lombard Street offers daily breakfasts, which include Hungry Guest granola, eggs royale, pastries/croissants and fresh juices.
Breakfast/brunch hours: 9am-11.45am.
The Sussex Produce Company, Steyning
Behind their High Street shop selling locally grown fruit and vegetables, deli goods and pantry supplies, the Sussex Produce Company café offers excellent brunches. Enjoy pancakes with maple syrup and crispy bacon, full English, and eggs benedict with hollandaise sauce, alongside Bucks Fizz and organic coffee.
Breakfast/brunch hours: 8.30am-11.30am Monday to Saturday; 9.30am-3pm Sunday.
Cowdray Farm Shop and Café, Midhurst
The café serves food made with produce from the Cowdray Estate or from the local area. Enjoy scrambled eggs with smoked salmon, mushrooms on toast, and regular or vegetarian full English platters, washed down with coffee. Dogs welcome in the outdoor seating area.
Breakfast/brunch hours: 8am-11.45am Monday to Saturday, 9am-11.45am Sunday.
Lucky Beach, Brighton
The brunch menu at this eatery on Kings Road Arches includes fresh crab and avocado benedict, chilli eggs and bacon and the Beirut breakfast (egg, hummus, za'atar foccacia, goat shoulder, beetroot tahini, toasted seeds, roasted aubergine and herbs).
Breakfast/brunch hours: Until 11.45am
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