Redroaster Cafe Brighton
When Redroaster opened in 2000, they couldn’t have imagined it would become the fantastic restaurant and café that it is today. Serving up mouth-watering food as well as incredible coffee drinks like their famous Caramel Latte! The innovative menu boasts modern cuisine that will tantalize your taste buds while you enjoy friends or family over brunch.
Redroaster by day and Lucky Khao at night, this coffeehouse provides ethically sourced hand-roasted beans. Serving up a brunch that is served every single day of the year!
In the Red Roaster space, you’ll find a serene atmosphere with luxurious touches. The glasshouse-style design lets in plenty of natural light and offers seasonal foliage inside to make it feel special. There’s also an open kitchen where talented chefs work their magic every day for brunch and lunch service.
You’ll be impressed with this ‘go-to destination’!
All-day Brunch Menu
We all need our breakfast fix in the morning so why not go somewhere where they know how to make it right? Redroaster has been serving up classic breakfasts since day one – think of classics like eggs benedict or pancakes but served differently than what you might be used to. Or maybe even try some great twists like this amazing egg dish featuring crispy fried potatoes atop sautéed corn guacamole.
Redroaster’s brunch is a must-eat, especially if you want to experience something new that tastes just as good. Their crab and avocado brioche with yuzu curd or their herb waffle topped with bacon jam and black pudding will take your taste buds on an exciting journey for sure!
For brunch, you can choose from the extensive menu of delicious dishes or go all out with Bottomless Brunch. This includes a 90-minute time limit for endless cocktails and other beverages!
What We Order
Among the many delicious dishes on offer at Red Roaster, we found ourselves mesmerized by their signature “Redroaster Juice Flight” – a choice of cloudy apple juice with bits and classic orange juice. We also tried tangy beetroot and carrot juices to round off our taste-testing experience!
I ordered the bacon dish, it came with a pile of intense and wonderful bacon jam on top. Alongside that were two maple-glazed rashers of streaky smoked bacon for company. There was also fried egg topped off by apple batons to give an extra fresh element – all in all, simply awesome!
My dinner companion has ordered the succulent crab with shellfish brioche, cradled with pansies and stewed pumpkin topped with a crumble of tonka bean crumble, as well as a mousse of avocado. This dish is both tasty and new for those who are vegetarians.
The morning continued to fly by, and before we knew it the first round of coffee had come around. With this in mind, I ordered a macadamia almond cappuccino which was light yet rich with its natural sweetness while my friend opted for one without sugar but filled with plenty of buttercream frosting on top! We also shared Victoria Sponge cake that was as subtle as could be despite being moist and delightful – perfect for any occasion or mood.
The Brighton institution that started as a local coffee house now has some of the most talked-about food in this region. The New York Times even named this place and it’s still true to its roots with nothing but fresh cups of Joe from one of the oldest roasters around!
Cafe featuring speciality coffee, creative brunch and lunch dishes in a botanical former post office.
Service options: Dine-in · Kerbside pickup · No-contact delivery
Address: 1D St James’s St, Kemptown, Brighton BN2 1RE