The Breakfast Menu Breakfast reviews from the South Coast and beyond

9Apr/121

Cocoa, Brighton

Cocoa
48 Queen's Road
Brighton, East Sussex
BN1 3XB
Tel:  01273 777412
www.cocoabrighton.co.uk

Opening Times:  Weekdays they are open from 8am to 7pm, on Saturdays from 9am to 7pm and on Sundays on Sunday from 9am to 6pm

Last visited:  March 2012

Recommended to us by friend of TBM, @TidyJade, this Parisian styled cafe can be found a short distance from Brighton's main train station.  On a street usually full of tourists and commuters; can a sophisticated start to the day really be found?

8Jul/110

Real Patisserie, Hove

Real Patisserie [map]
25 Western Rd
Hove, East Sussex
BN3 1AF
Tel: 01273 711 110
www.realpatisserie.co.uk

Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday, 8.00am - 6.00pm

Last Visited:  June 2011

Usually we have passed over bakeries thinking of them as being not worthy a review.  But special circumstances deserve a special mention.  At three locations in Brighton & Hove you will now be able to try a bit of what France does best, here on our shore.  If amazing bread, cakes, tarts, sausage rolls or eclairs are needed to prise you out of bed first thing in the morning, then this is the place for you. 

2Jun/116

Sugardough, Hove

Sugardough [map]
12 Victoria Terrace,
Hove, East Sussex
BN3 2WB
Tel:  01273 727227

Opening Hours: Tuesday to Friday: 7:30-17:30; Saturday & Sunday: 09:00-17:30; unfortunately on Mondays they are closed.  They need their rest after a busy week

Last Visited: May 2011

This was a bit of a find.  Been here for 18 months and only just discovered it. Mainly because it's on the stretch of Kings Road between Hove lawns and the King Alfred that seems to be a row of shops that are always closed down.  Sugardough is a bakery that specialises in sourdough breads, as well as a fine looking selection of cakes and pies. It’s a small shop but has a few small tables if you want to sit in, or the beach is a short walk away.