If you deem Notting Hill’s Farm Girl to be your London restaurant spirit animal, then we have a feeling you’ll love Wolfox Avenue. A glossy brunch spot that has that whole foliage and florals egg-shrine thing going on, we are lowkey obsessed with their thick, fluffy pancakes and locally-sourced vegetable dishes. If you’re coming to Brighton for a full weekend, please know that your hangover will love this place but their full English ft. merguez is also an excellent way to kick off your trip. This Kemptown spot makes a mean chai latte and has a few other locations dotted around Brighton that you can hit up if you need an afternoon caffeine boost later in the day.
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The Walrus is a Brighton pub that has a classic downstairs boozer, a sophisticated dining room, and a huge roof garden all rolled into one.
Wild Flor is an exceptional wine bar and restaurant in Hove that’s perfect for special occasions.
One of the best grab-and-go options in Brighton, Bready Delights serves Jamaican classics from their food van on The Avenue.
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Rustique is a ‘literary cafe’ with average food, but warmth and bookish vibes. Bring your moleskin and thickest glasses.
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The Kings Cross branch of Aussie coffee shop and all-day restaurant is perfect for flat whites and laid-back brunches. It’s also good for groups.
Princi is an Italian bakery and restaurant in Soho that’s good for pretty much anything. Hit it for a plate of cheap pasta or aperitivo with a friend.
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