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Starfish & Coffee

17 locals recommend ·

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Irene
Irene
November 26, 2019
Starfish & Coffee is an independent neighbourhood cafe, and winner of the Brighton Restaurant Awards ‘Best Brunch’ 2018. The space inside is light, bright and airy. And just like the food, the décor has a local theme, with all the fixtures and fittings installed by tradespeople from the area. As for…
Theodore
Theodore
October 11, 2019
Starfish & Coffee is an independent neighbourhood cafe, and winner of the Brighton Restaurant Awards ‘Best Brunch’ 2018. The space inside is light, bright and airy. And just like the food, the décor has a local theme, with all the fixtures and fittings installed by tradespeople from the area. As for…
Emma
Emma
October 6, 2019
The best brunch in the area - literally minutes away! Followed by or following a trip to Queens Park.
Caroline
Caroline
August 16, 2019
breakfast and brunch
Carey
Carey
August 9, 2019
Starfish & Coffee is an independent neighbourhood cafe, and winner of the Brighton Restaurant Awards ‘Best Brunch’ 2018. The space inside is light, bright and airy. And just like the food, the décor has a local theme, with all the fixtures and fittings installed by tradespeople from the area. As…

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Location
32 Egremont Pl
Brighton, England BN2 0GA
Phone01273 230635
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens 8:00 AM