Sunday, December 4, 2016

The Brighton Food Hotspot: Cafe Coho

Normally I only talk about hotspots in Amsterdam but I'd really like to change it up a bit and talk about my faves all over the world. To kick it off I'm starting with my visit to Cafe Coho when I was in Brighton. 

I found out about this place via a blogpost from The Anna Edit (ViviannaDoesMakeup). She lives in Brighton and created this article about the best breakfast spots in Brighton. After going through all the mentioned restaurants this one seamed the most appealing to me. So there I went with my suitcase, sleepy face and rumbling stomach at 8:30 in the morning on the hunt for some food. 

It was quite easy to find because I took some screenshots of Google Maps when I still had Wi-Fi. I went to their café on Ship Street, since I heard that's the nicest one out of the bunch. I was a bit nervous when I walked in there, mainly because I've never really eaten alone in a restaurant before. A bit silly maybe, but there is a first for everything right? Thank God they had Wi-Fi so I quickly escaped my ‘eating alone mood’ by being stuck on my phone and telling my friends who had just woken up about my travels and how amazing Brighton was. Next time I'll probably read a book haha.

I sat on the opposite side of the counter next to the door. It was actually quite easy to grab a seat, but after I sat down lots of people came in so it's definitely all about being lucky with finding a good seat. I love the atmosphere there. They use a lot of wood in their interior and it truly gives it a hipster vibe. 
You order at the counter and then, once it’s ready, they bring the food to your table. I had no idea if I had to go to the counter or wait till someone was going to take my order, so I just watched what other people did and ended up at the counter. 
After having a look at the menu I decided to go for an iced tea and the pancakes with yogurt, fresh berries and honey. The best choice in my opinion because the food was super delicious and I've had a lot of pancakes in my live #sweettooth. It arrived really quickly and I ate those fluffy things all in one go. I was so full that I wasn't even in the mood for a cupcake from the Angel Food Bakery and I was so looking forward to that.
Even when you are not into sweet things there is something on the menu that you'll like. They have a lot of sandwiches and other typical breakfast foods that will be right up your street.

I definitely want to go back to Brighton and have another brunch session at Cafe Coho or maybe go to another hidden gem. When I was walking through The Lanes I saw so many cute bakeries and tea shops that I really can't wait to discover!

Have you ever been to Brighton? What’s your favourite brunch spot there?

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