Breakfast Club, Brighton
The Breakfast Club, Brighton was the first Breakfast Club outside of London. Its location is a bright, cheery building on Market Street in the Brighton’s famous Lanes. Those of you who have never been to a Breakfast Club restaurant should do. It’s a real treat and it celebrates one of my favourite meals. Given its name, you’d be forgiven for thinking that it just serves breakfast, but that’s not the case. They do all meals, for all times of the day, but the breakfasts are awesome and that’s what we enjoyed when we visited the Breakfast Club, Brighton.
We went on a Thursday morning, so it wasn’t too busy. We only had to wait a couple of minutes for a table. Be warned you may wait some time for a table on a weekend or bank holiday.
Once we were seated, we ordered two teas. I love the happy smiley mugs that our tea was presented in. The tea was also pretty good.
Food-wise, I ordered the chorizo hash. Which is chorizo, peppers, mushrooms, caramelised crushed potatoes and poached egg with a lemon and feta sauce.
My husband ordered a sausage, egg and cheese breakfast sandwich, which was served with red onion chutney. He also got a side of hash browns.
There’s lots of choice on the menu, the Breakfast Club is known for its pancakes, but you can go for more classics like porridge or a full Monty. There’s also plenty of choice for vegetarians and vegans.
Our food came out relatively quickly, which was nice as we were hungry! It was really tasty. My lemon and feta sauce was really nice against the chorizo and potatoes. My husband’s breakfast sandwich was well-cooked and the hash browns were huge. It definitely set us up for a day exploring Brighton’s famous Lanes. Breakfast cost us just over £20 which I think is very reasonable for the quality of the food we were served. The venue is really nice and in a great location. I’d definitely recommend it.
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