Redroaster Cafe Brighton

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Average Price
££££ - £30 - £49
Cuisines
British, Thai
Ambience
Cool, Quirky
Food Occasions
Bottomless brunch, Brunch, Lunch
Alfresco And Views
Outside seating
Special Features
Vegan options, Vegetarian options
People
Birthdays, Celebrations, Dates
Food Hygiene Rating

About

The first thing to be said about Redroaster Cafe Brighton is style. The decor is stylish and classy, with a long marble bar, parallel to a line of individual tables that both stretch across the long narrow room. The ceiling contains plant-life that dangles, framing the room. The design is white and minimalist, oozing ‘sleek and expensive’, with slight gold accents and gleaming retro machinery. You will feel a part of high society here, no doubt.

The second thing to be said is a single word: brunch. Redroaster Cafe is famed for its brunch, and it is a reputation well earned. The offer isn’t cheap, but does promise quality, with a choice of three brunch options and three egg options, all of which are hearty meals to start the day off right and line your stomach, the same of which can be said for the plant-based options. And line your stomach you must, as the unlimited spritz and Mimosas are available for 90 minutes, they are fruity and moreish – and if that wasn’t appetising enough, you can ‘upgrade’ to Prosecco for a charge.

As a matter of fact, Redroaster Cafe is the oldest certified organic coffee roasters in the UK. It prides itself on the quality of its coffee and the sustainable, Fairtrade sourcing of the beans, that are roasted in a Deidrich coffee roaster.

To go with your coffee, the menu of brunch and ‘comforts’ at Redroaster Cafe is intriguing and inviting. The brunch options are typically experimentations on classics: the bacon butty has pineapple included, the eggs benedict has crab and avocado as a feature. The Redroaster club sandwich is lobster, crayfish, sambal aioli, bacon, tomato, and leaves in white bread. A big mac bao also features, a go at Asian and American fusion, highly experimental, but impressive.

A visit to Redroaster Cafe Brighton is sure not to leave you wanting in style, invention, coffee, or Mimosas. They do take reservations and leave space for walk-ins, but we advise you book in advance to ensure your attendance at this must-visit establishment.


FAQs

Do Redroaster Cafe Brighton do reservations?

Yes, it takes reservations, we advise booking in advance as this is a popular location, particular if for bottomless brunch. Space is reserved for walk-ins.

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Does Redroaster Cafe Brighton cater for Vegans?

Yes, there are plant-based options throughout the main menu and bottomless brunch menu

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Does Redroaster Cafe Brighton have outdoor seating

Yes, there is a covered and heated seating area at the back of the cafe

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Location

1D St James Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 1RE

01273 686668 01273 686668

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Opening Times

All day
Mon 08:00-16:30
Tue 08:00-16:30
Wed 08:00-23:00
Thu 08:00-23:00
Fri 08:00-23:00
Sat 08:30-23:00
Sun 08:30-16:30

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