The Breakfast Menu Breakfast reviews from the South Coast and beyond

18Mar/118

The Chequer Inn, Steyning

The Chequer Inn [map]
41 High Street
Steyning
West Sussex  BN44 3RE
Tel: 01903 814437
www.chequerinnsteyning.co.uk

Opening Hours: Breakfast is served Monday to Saturday, 10:00am - 12 Midday and on Sunday from 10:00am - 11:30am

Last Visited: March 2011

When a breakfast menu taunts you with the slogan, "If this was your last day on earth, this is what you’d have for breakfast..." , it's difficult to pass up an invitation. So with our last supper potentially on the plate in front of us, would we find breakfast heaven or would it really be the Armageddon waiting for us?

12Mar/112

The Steyning Tea Rooms, Steyning

The Steyning Tea Rooms [map]
32 High St
Steyning
West Sussex
BN44 3YE
Tel:  01903 810064

Opening Hours: Breakfast is available from 10:00am to 12:00pm daily

Last Visited: March 2011

In order to try and make our website more respectable, the Breakfast Menu team decided to indulge in some of the finer things in life. The delicate floral wallpaper and china tea cups are a slight change from our usual haunts. So, what does the Steyning Tea Rooms have to offer our over-indulgent tendencies?

2Feb/112

Nia, Brighton (sadly as of 13-Aug-2012, Nia have ceased trading)

Nia [map]
87-88 Trafalgar Street
Brighton, BN1 4ER
Tel: 01273 671 371
www.nia-brighton.co.uk

Opening Times*: Breakfast is available everyday from 9am until 17:00pm

Last Visited: January 2011

*Sadly as of 13-Aug-2012 Nia have ceased trading. A sad loss.  Good luck to everyone there for the future from all at TBM)

Located on Trafalgar Street at the end of Brighton's North Laines, Nia offers contemporary breakfast from an "eclectic" menu, which in their own words reflects "Brighton’s diversities with a great British twist".  But with local favourite cafes Bills and Farm nearby, does the cafe match up, or more importantly live-up to their own bold statement?

19Dec/103

Bills Produce Store, Lewes

Bills Produce Store, Lewes [map]
56 Cliffe High Street
Lewes
East Sussex BN7 2AN
Tel: 01273 476918
www.bills-website.co.uk

Last  Visited: June 2011

Breakfast times: Monday-Thursday: 8-11am, Friday: 8am-11:30am, Saturday: 9am-11:30am and Sunday: 9-10:30am

Even on a cold, grey, damp November morning the Sussex town of Lewes looks nothing but idyllic and the quintessential Sussex experience.  It’s quirky set-up contains many concentrated features which add to the character of the town and demonstrate what there is to offer.  Within the boundaries of the small town there is a castle, a brewery reminiscent of the factory from Charlie and the chocolate factory, numerous boutiques and a unique football ground.  But more than this, in amongst all these features there is a Produce store which provides a breakfast that can rival any other in the county and beyond.

1Nov/100

Farm, Brighton

Farm Cafe/Shop, Brighton - ExteriorFarm [map]
99 North Road
Brighton
BN1 1YE
01273 623143
www.farmsussex.com

Opening Times: Mon-Sun 9:30am-4:30pm

Breakfast Prices: From £6 (Free Range Omelette) to £7.50 (Sussex Farm Breakfast). Smaller breakfast items such as Bacon and egg sandwiches, croissants and fruit smoothies are also available.

Last Visited: September 2010

Located next door to Brighton's most decorated cafe, 'Bills', Farm offers an Independant experience with all food sourced from their own local farms or from sister farms within the county.  The main selling point of the cafe is that all products used have been reared without the use of artificial chemicals of fertitlers with "Locality, husbandry, sustainability, freshness and taste" their key priciples in providing a breakfast which reflects just what the local area can provide.

1Apr/102

The Real Eating Company, Hove

The Real Eating Company [map]Real Eating Company, Brighton
(Please note that as of September 2011, this establishment has ceased trading)

86-87 Western Road
Hove
East Sussex
BN3 1JB

T: 01273 221444
www.real-eating.co.uk

Last Visited: March 2010

Found in the heart of Hove, this popular eatery uses locally sourced produce as the foundation of its breakfasts.  A short wait may be required for a table as its clientele pack all the tables and peruse the papers from the first moment of its 9am opening time.  If there is a queue to be seated, the cheese shop located on the first floor can whet your appetite whilst you wait.