Brighton Cereal Café was the first of its kind to offer huge bowlfuls of nostalgia as one of the more unique places to eat in Brighton. They take cereal very seriously, offering British favourites alongside gems from the USA, South Africa and Europe from their home within Café Trafe. And whether it’s a get-together with friends or a family pitstop, they’re sure to become a hit with kids of all ages.
The café is ideal for dining out in Brighton as it’s just a short walk from the train station. Tourists can also easily nip in after seeing attractions such as Puget’s Cottage, The Lanes and the Royal Pavilion, which can all be reached by foot. The beach is also just beyond, making it one of the best Brighton restaurants for families with kids.
Diners that have missed their breakfast will find a treasure trove of delights to discover at Brighton Cereal Café. It’s as family-friendly as restaurants in Brighton get and they even encourage diners to get creative and draw and write messages on their walls. Staff are also very welcoming and can help guests navigate through the seemingly endless number of cereals to choose from.
No sweet tooth will be left unsated after visiting Brighton Cereal Café. Their shelves are stocked full of the classics, ranging from Corn Pops to Shreddies, and cereals can even be mixed or topped with freeze-dried fruit. They also have a selection of dairy-free milks for their lactose intolerant guests. If that still isn’t enough sweetness, milk can be treated to a flavour shot.
From Cheerios to Weetabix, a trip to Brighton Cereal Café is sure to a hit with any breakfast lover. Any occasion will be even more of a treat for tastecard members who can look forward to exclusive restaurant savings when they call to book ahead and present their cards upon arrival. It’s a good chance to treat themselves to a combo bowl, extra toppings or a side of gelato.
Please note: You must book in advance and mention the tastecard to be entitled to the discount. The tastecard restaurant discount is not available on celebration days – including, but not limited to, Valentine’s Day, Mothering Sunday and Father's Day.