Located in the beating heart of North Laine, Brighton’s cultural and bohemian quarter, Breeze Brasserie enters the fray ably equipped with a light and airy Trafalgar Street location, just minutes from Brighton station, and a menu emphasising the best of modern European cuisine. Whether for breakfast, lunch or dinner, you can expect robust dishes like Italian pasta and risotto, hearty burgers, decadent desserts and much more besides. Already winning accolades from food critics and the dining public, Breeze Brasserie’s continental vibe and gorgeous alfresco seating area makes the most of Brighton’s vibrant food and drink scene.
Food and service offer very good value for prices. Bruschetta is the best I have ever had. The atmosphere is busy and casual, perfect for a weekend night out with friends.
The food was amazing! The staff were brilliant and very friendly! And the atmosphere was great! I just cannot fault Breeze at all. Love it!
Breeze Brasserie’s breakfasts are the thing of legend among Brighton’s notoriously bohemian North Laine set – there’s a reason this modern European cafe and restaurant keeps the first and most important meal of the day running until a generous 3pm. From eggs Florentine to Benedict to Royale, croques both monsieurs and madames, and big English and vegetarian platters, the chefs in Breeze’s Trafalgar Street kitchen know how to put paid to hunger pangs and sundry early morning pains. Append a Bloody Mary from the bar’s classic list of cocktails and you’re set to face the famously bright Brighton day.
In the afternoon, start small at Breeze Brasserie with Belgian moules marniere or a platter of duck liver pate alongside a pear and tomato chutney, toasted brioche and baby pickled onions, best enjoyed with a glass of port, perhaps. Main courses run the gamut from Mediterranean and Italian through to French classics and robust British fare, with a conscientious use of local ingredients running a thread through the lot. Another way to approach Breeze is to go for the prix fixe set menus and let the restaurant take you on a trip through casually refined European cuisine. Or, come as you are in the evening when Breeze transforms into a bar simply to enjoy the well-curated selection of drinks and cocktails and some bar food. Whatever you do, getting a table isn’t always a breeze, so be sure to book in advance.