Sussex Escorts: Best Brunch Places in Sussex
We list some of Sussex’s best cafes and restaurants serving Eggs Benedict, Bloody Marys, and coffee.
Whether it’s a hangover cure, a snack, or a meal, there are plenty of places where you can enjoy brunch with your Sussex Escorts.
Late breakfast with a newly renovated beach view. The Coast in Worthing is the ideal place to stop. Menu options include toast, Paris breakfast, and eggs for a special beach breakfast.
Metropole Bar, Hilton Brighton Metropole
The Metropole Bar has a barren brunch menu. The Kings Road Hotel offers 25 vegetarian menus daily with vegetarian, vegan, and non-vegetarian options and free-flowing Prosecco or Bloody Marys for up to 90 minutes from sitting down.
The Ship Inn, Rye
This charming old inn, located on the Strand, has a rich history and lots of character. Breakfast was a very tasty meal and included eggs benedict, caps, eggs and smoked salmon, and toast. The ingredients are locally sourced, sustainable, organic, and, where possible, seasonal. Dogs are welcome.
The Beach Deck, Eastbourne
It’s hard to beat the slap’s sound, sea breeze, and the beach deck environment at Royal Parade on the beach. Delicious brunch options include avocado and eggs with tamarind salt. Chorizo hash And bacon butties. Dogs are welcome on one side of the restaurant and outside during the day.
The New Club, Brighton
Heaven for brunch fairies, inspired by the brunch scene at New Club America. Delicious choices at the Kings Road venue include Mexican eggs, pancakes, and more. Clean with something from the Cure Hangover menu (like Bloody Mary, or Hard OJ and Lemonade filled with vodka). Oceanview
This is a live lunchroom on the corner of Ash Lane with two floors and an outside terrace. The brunch menu has lots of variety, including breakfast in the lounge, avocado brunch, triple stack pancakes, and simple sausage batter. Smooths are also fun.
Tom’s Food, Cuckfield
Being part of the Nicky C indoor shop on High Street, it’s no surprise that this cafe is an honor to visit. But the food is also great. Lunch options include the Welsh Rare Beach, Wild Pork Sausage Roll, and Scumbled Egg. Enjoy it with a cup of locally made coffee.
Morris and Jacques, Brighton
St. Cafe James Street is a local favorite, serving British and Mediterranean breakfasts and lunches daily in the sunny garden. Meals include a chef’s breakfast, omelet, and mushrooms on toast.
Billy’s On the Beach, Bracklesham Bay
Watch the ocean as you enjoy a slow brunch at a licensed beachon Bracklesham Lane not far from Chichester. Delicious menus include muesli, smoked salmon, and crushed avocado. The cafe has a children’s menu and passive access.
The Hungry Guest, Petworth
This sophisticated cafe on Lombard Street offers a daily breakfast, including Hungarian guest granola, egg yolks, pastries/croissants, and fresh juice.
Sussex Production Company, Steyning
Behind their street shop selling locally grown fruit and vegetables, deli goods and pantry goods, the Sussex Production Company Café offers the best brunch. Enjoy pancakes with square pizza and organic coffee, maple syrup, and crispy bacon, whole English, and egg yolks with Dutch sauce.
Cowdray Farm Shop & Cafe, Midhurst
Cafe Cowdray serves food prepared from the state or local. Enjoy smoked salmon from smoked eggs, mushrooms on toast, and plain English or vegetarian dishes that have been washed down with coffee. Dogs are welcome in the outdoor seating area.