For serious and conscious coffee drinkers, Moksha Caffe should already be atop the list of places to go in Brighton’s city centre. This seriously cool, independent cafe on York Place uses their own blend sourced from local roasters in nearby Littlehampton, but it’s not just the aroma of delicious coffee that should pull you towards Moksha Caffe, because their food illustrates just as much care, passion and attention to detail. Moksha proudly sources only free-range meat and local produce wherever available, including mouthwatering, award-winning Cumberland sausages from Sussex. They make everything in-house daily, and you can really taste the difference from the average Brighton cafe fare, whether it’s an American-style blueberry pancake stack, a kid-friendly half breakfast (or the adult version – the aforementioned Cumberland sausage, grilled beef tomato, homemade baked beans, free-range eggs and toasted sourdough), the enticing selection of fresh cakes or a health-boosting salad.
Delicious food with quality ingredients. Generous portions and tasty, interesting dishes. The restaurant didn't have a record of our booking despite me having received email confirmation of it but they sorted out a suitable table for us pretty quickly considering it was a busy Sunday lunctime.