North Laine Restaurants in Brighton

This eclectic and trendy district of central Brighton is home to some of the best restaurants the city has to offer. Bill's of Brighton was the first of a now expanding chain serving classic dishes in a rustic open plan environment. Favourites among the locals include the blueberry pancakes for breakfast and the fish pie for supper. The place can get very crowded during weekends, so booking is advised. La Choza is a tiny Mexican street food restaurant that serves up big food with big flavor. With a basic but satisfying choice of bases, fillings and salsas, it's an ideal choice for any Mexican food lover. For those who are vegetarian and gluten intolerant, Lydea is a neat little cafe serving breakfast and lunch.

Brighton Restaurants by the Sea

Sea fronts are often disregarded when it comes to quality food, but Brighton has plenty of delicious options. For classic fish and chips head to Regency restaurant. While it may be a little lacking in decor, you come to this place for the fresh seafood, and on that point it unquestionably satisfies. Smokeys serves up diners authentic American road-side cuisine. They're open from breakfast until late, and they serve all the classic American standards ranging from pancakes to ribs cooked seriously well and for a reasonable price.

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