Brightonians are spoilt for choice when it comes to good independent cafe's. Pick a stone from either Brighton or Hove's beach and fling it in land and you will be sure to smash a window of an exemplar establishment of which I speak. An embarrassment of riches, I wont waste your time with reviews of these fine caffeine purveyors preferring to direct your attentions to this quiet establishment hidden away on the most northerly quarter of Brighton's boundaries.
Situated off the London road the Coach house is ideal for either 'decompressing' upon re-entry into Brighton, or perhaps as a last hurrah to steady one self before leaving our epicurean paradise for McCostabucks motorway service station oblivion.
The coffee at the coach house cannot be overrated, whilst I'm a coffee addict who'd happily carry a caffeine drip, my partner is restricted to decaf for medical reasons and she also thinks this is the best coffee she has had by a country mile. As we've only visited for lunchtime soup and sandwiches we can only attest to the freshness of the ingredients (the cafe is next door to the local independent bakery) and the generous portions. The home made cakes are beyond reproach, but you need to get in early to sample the full selection as those friendly locals which other reviewers have commented on, certainly know which side their bread is buttered in this regard!
Service is welcoming and without artifice with that gentle touch of bonhomie only experienced in small community cafe's.
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