The owner of this cute café a short stroll from Brighton station helped to develop the Benugo deli/restaurant chain, and has put the experience to good use in his own business. Housed in a compact corner site with great street views, Bread & Milk fits seamlessly into the vintage vibe of the North Laine. Antique-style gold lettering and charming retro teapots combine with industrial design touches (stark white tiles and cable lighting) to create a stylish but welcoming space. The tiny kitchen cranks out soups, rolled flatbreads and breakfast muffins for a steady stream of Brighton hipsters, who loll on the wooden benches sipping espresso and eyeing the excellent chocolate brownies. Seating is limited and there is no toilet, so Bread & Milk is best for a quick bite rather than a long lunch.