Curry Leaf Cafe – Kemptown Kitchen
Curry Leaf Cafe offers an open kitchen & dining experience. This way you get to see your food being prepared from start to finish whilst enjoying the bustling atmosphere. Take a look at their drinks menu and try one of the spiced cocktails! Expect tapas-style ‘small plates’, an exciting range of…
Situated on the corner of St James’ Street & Kemptown Village, Curry Leaf Cafe’s Kemptown Kitchen offers an open kitchen & dining experience. This way you get to see your food being prepared from start to finish whilst enjoying the bustling atmosphere. Take a look at their drinks menu and try one of…
The Curry Leaf Cafe is just around the corner from the property and offers authentic Indian tapas with tasty small plates. Perfect for groups, families and couples with it's easy going, casual atmosphere!
Situated on the corner of St James’ Street the Curry Leaf Cafe’s Kemptown Kitchen offers an open kitchen & dining experience serving authentic Indian Street Food. The small dishes are so tasteful and are perfect for couples and groups alike!
“This new, independent coffee shop is definitely worth a visit. Grab a pick-me-up at this postage stamp-sized corner cafe, where you’ll find a few tables and chairs scattered out the front and a marvellous selection of freshly baked goods to go with your barista-brewed coffee. The cakes and sandwiches are amazing, with some tasty vegan options too! ”
“This trendy Bond Street hangout is a tribute to Brighton’s famed record shop and music industry. The vinyl theme runs deep, with walls splattered with vintage records and a playlist dedicated to traditional records. The booze front is heavily focused on craft beer, and Dead Wax Social serves a fusion of rare pints from local breweries. There’s a choice of top quality pizza offerings to make this a comfortable-but-cool hangout that captures the spirit of Brighton’s unique music scene. ”
“Not far from Brighton’s famous (and always slightly bizarre) Dome, you’ll find this cobalt-blue coffee shop selling perfectly crafted brews. Their single origin coffee comes from Horsham Roaster, just up the coast. Their menu changes constantly, always offering up fresh flavours, while the stylishly scuffed interior – all chipped-wooden floors, squeaky leather armchairs and record players – is the kind of place you can settle down in for the long haul.”
“Starfish & Coffee is an independent neighbourhood cafe, and winner of the Brighton Restaurant Awards ‘Best Brunch’ 2018. The space inside is light, bright and airy. And just like the food, the décor has a local theme, with all the fixtures and fittings installed by tradespeople from the area. As for the food itself, the focus on local Sussex produce in no way detracts from the choice or the quality. The menu offers amazing brunch options for meat eaters and vegans alike - definitely worth a visit! ”
“Purezza Brighton (purity) was formed by Stefania Evangelisti and Tim Barclay in 2015, setting out with the aim of providing a range of exciting Italian plant based, vegan options to the UK. The restaurant has a wooden and rustic feel to it, with bar stools at the counter where you can take in all the drama of the large wood fired pizza oven. Their delicious pizzas are made with gluten free, hemp or sough-dough bases - so perfect for intolerances! They also offer a selection of raw food dishes and gluten free pasta dishes. It is not all about savoury dishes either with a full dessert menu featuring a chocolate calzone and Oreo pizza.”