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Eating and drinking in Seven Dials Brighton

Found cafe and shop in Seven Dials Brighton

 

Welcome to a mini guide of eating and drinking in Seven Dials Brighton!

 

Seven Dials is my new local area and as I’ve already fallen in love with multiple places here as well as added about a gazillion to my list, I thought it would be a crime not to share them with you!

 

Seven Dials is very easily accessible from other parts of Brighton: it’s a mere 10 minutes walk away from the train station and about a 15-minute walk from central Brighton and the seaside.

 

I’ve divided this post into two parts: pubs and restaurants as well as cafes and bakeries – let’s get started!

 

Restaurants and bars in Seven Dials Brighton

 

Eating and drinking in Seven Dials Brighton: Pubs & restaurants

 

The Cow – Our closest pub and one that I’ve become very fond of due to spending a lot of time there with a cup of tea and a laptop. It’s a bit on the pricier side, but the service is really lovely and there’s lots of cosy nooks and crannies to hide away in!

 

Good Companions – This pub was recommended to us by our moving man, and oh boy do I love it! It has all the ingredients that make a great pub – gorgeous (slightly worn, but in a good way) wooden tables, mismatched chairs and a big beer garden.

 

The French Horn – A French pub! Their food menu looks amazing and I can’t wait to try the Sunday raclette, which is their alternative for Sunday roast.

 

Red Snapper – A small independent and colourfully decorated Thai restaurant serving food that’s free from MSG, colourings, preservatives and additives. There are lots of options for vegans and meat-eaters alike as well as lots of gluten-free options too!

 

Murasaki – A ‘Japanese gastropub’ serving a wide variety of Japanese tapas dishes as well as Japanese alcohol and organic wines.

 

French Horn pub in Seven Dials Brighton Good Companions pub in Seven Dials Brighton Good Companions pub in Seven Dials Brighton

 

Eating and drinking in Seven Dials Brighton: Cafes and bakeries

 

The Almond Tree – Vegetarian cafe with lots of vegan options serving cheap veggie dishes such as kebabs and buddha bowls. The best thing is that it’s super cheap, too – the most expensive dish is only £8!

 

Latina Cafe & Deli – A cafe deli serving everything from cakes and tapas to charcuterie and grocery items!

 

The Flour Pot Bakery – A lovely small bakery part of the little Brighton based cafe & bakery chain. They serve amazing cakes (try the orange polenta one!) as well as lots of savoury treats and it’s very beautifully decorated, too.

 

Small Batch Coffee – The Seven Dials branch of this coffee roastery chain, known for their amazing coffee. I personally love their sweet treats too – you gotta try the vegan banana and pecan cookie!

 

Found – A tiny shop/cafe selling old vintage furniture and other tidbits as well serving coffee and selling toasties and pastries!

 

Small Batch Coffee in Seven Dials Brighton Small Batch Coffee in Seven Dials Brighton Flour Pot Bakery in Seven Dials Brighton in Seven Dials Brighton in Seven Dials Brighton Found Cafe in Seven Dials Brighton Found Cafe in Seven Dials Brighton

 

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