The Best Places to Eat Pancakes in Brighton & Hove

Traditionally the day where foods are used up before forty days of fasting pre-Easter, Pancakes are synonymous with indulgence and giving ourselves any excuse to go a little bit over the top with our choices! Even though pancakes feature on most breakfast and brunch menus these days, we have put together a handy guide for you to know where the best places to eat pancakes in Brighton & Hove are lurking for Shrove Tuesday’s celebrations.

1.Starfish & Coffee, Queens Park, Brighton

Described by Katie Yarde as an “ultra child-friendly coffee shop with no compromises for grown-ups”, this is one of our top-picks for pancake day in Brighton. Ideally located opposite Queen’s park providing the perfect place to walk off all those extra calories! Basically making pancakes at Starfish totally guilt-free, right?

Find out more in our feature on the best family-friendly brunches in Sussex.

starfish and coffee pancakes

2. Six, Western Road, Hove

The best gluten-free, organic and plant-based pancakes you’ll ever spend £7 on. Choose from organic banana & nutella, berries, syrup & chantilly cream or the highly popular American combo – maple syrup & crispy organic bacon.

pancakes at six in hove

3.The Ivy, Ship Street, Brighton

Possibly the most ‘instagrammable’ of all eateries in the area, at The Ivy Brighton you can always find their stunning hot buttermilk pancakes, berries, yoghurt and warm strawberry sauce on the brunch menu. Just. Divine.

ivy in the lanes brighton

4. Moksha Caffe, York Place, Brighton

Another staple location that’s a great place to go for brunch with kids in Brighton,  Moksha won the 2019 Bravo Award for best Brighton brunch.  A good selection of American Pancakes to suit every taste bud, Moksha also do a stunning vegan & gluten-free pancake, making it an accessible menu for everyone!

pancakes moksha brighton

5. The Breakfast Club, Market Street, Brighton

You may have heard of the breakfast club from some of their other venues across the UK. Each venue is decorated uniquely and the interiors of this venue are so, very, Brighton. We love it though, and the pancake stacks are to die for. Well worth a visit even if it’s not for pancakes as their menu is insane!

the best places for pancakes in brighton

So there you have it, the 365 guide to the best places to eat pancakes in Brighton & Hove. Did we miss somewhere? Let us know in the comments below!

Looking for more breakfast style foodie inspiration? See our guide to the best places for Brunch in Brighton & Hove here.

 

 

 

 

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