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A world of flavours at the Brighton Open Market

The Brighton Open Market

Smorl’s brings you the finest, handcrafted houmous made with love and passion. Their secret family recipe, passed down through generations, uses only the freshest and finest ingredients, creating a delightful blend of flavours and textures. From the classic traditional houmous to adventurous, innovative flavours, their range caters to every palate. Vegan-friendly, gluten-free, and packed with goodness, Smorl’s houmous is the perfect addition to your meals or a delightful snack on its own. Tasty treats include the falafel pitta pocket style sandwich, pitta panini experience, the falafel and houmous salad box, falafel bolognese and much more. 

Casazul Mexican Street Food at Brighton Open Market brings the vibrant flavours of Mexico to your plate. With a mouthwatering award winning menu inspired by traditional Mexican street food, Casazul offers a delightful fusion of spices, herbs, and fresh ingredients. From classic tacos and burritos to mouthwatering quesadillas and nachos, each dish bursts with authentic taste and is prepared with passion. The friendly atmosphere and the vibrant colours of the market create the perfect setting to enjoy a delicious Mexican feast. Step into Casazul for a taste of Mexico in the heart of Brighton.

Hustle and bustle outside dining at Kouzina at the Brighton open market with people dining and the Kouzina sign displayed against the black paintwork. Greek Restaurant Brighton


Kouzina at Brighton Open Market offers a delightful culinary journey to the flavours of Greece. This Greek-inspired eatery serves up a delectable array of authentic dishes bursting with Mediterranean taste. From classic souvlaki wraps and hearty moussaka to fresh salads and mezes, Kouzina brings the essence of Greece to your plate. The vibrant and inviting atmosphere of Brighton Open Market enhances the dining experience, making Kouzina the perfect spot to savour the taste of Greece while enjoying the bustling market ambiance. Step into Kouzina and embark on a Greek gastronomic adventure.

The Flying Saucer Cafe at Brighton Open Market

The Flying Saucer Cafe

The Flying Saucer Café at Brighton Open Market is a quirky and charming spot to grab a bite. Known for its out-of-this-world vegan and vegetarian delights, this cafe takes pride in offering sustainable and planet-friendly dishes. From scrumptious falafel wraps to colourful Buddha bowls, their diverse menu caters to all taste buds. Set within the vibrant atmosphere of the market, The Flying Saucer Café is an excellent choice for a wholesome and eco-conscious dining experience in the heart of Brighton.

Mohammed Spice of Life at Brighton Open market

Mohammed Spice of Life

Mohammed Spice of Life is a vibrant Indian restaurant located within the bustling Brighton Open Market. Renowned for its rich and flavourful Indian cuisine, the restaurant offers a wide variety of dishes to satisfy diverse tastes. From aromatic curries to mouthwatering tandoori specialties, their menu caters to both vegetarians and meat enthusiasts. With a prime location at the heart of the Brighton Open market, diners can enjoy their delicious meals amidst the vibrant atmosphere of local vendors and shoppers, making it a must-visit spot for Indian food enthusiasts in Brighton.

Restaurants Nearby to the Brighton Open Market

Located just a minute away from Brighton Open Market on Baker Street, Bonsai Plant Kitchen is an award-winning restaurant renowned for its South-East Asian-inspired cuisine. Every dish is expertly cooked on a Binchotan grill, ensuring a unique and flavourful dining experience. The main dining area faces an open kitchen, allowing guests to witness the culinary magic in action. Adorned with hand-decorated Japanese-style murals and vibrant pink neon features, the ambiance is both lively and inviting. For a more intimate experience, guests can opt for the izakaya den, featuring bench booths for two. The modern soundtrack adds to the cool vibes, creating an atmosphere that’s perfect for enjoying delicious food and drinks.

Meatliquor in Brighton, located conveniently close to the Brighton Open Market, is a haven for burger enthusiasts. Their menu boasts mouthwatering burgers, including the signature Dead Hippie burger and the juicy Philly Cheese Steak sandwich. Vegans can also indulge in their delightful plant-based options. With a vibrant and lively atmosphere, Meatliquor offers a perfect spot to relax and enjoy delicious comfort food before heading back to the center of Brighton. It’s a must-visit destination for burger lovers and foodies alike.

Lost Boys Land on York Place is a chicken lover’s paradise, offering a delectable selection of chicken burgers, wings, and an array of mouthwatering sauces.

Located just a short distance away from the bustling Brighton Open Market, this venue is a must-visit for those craving the ultimate chicken experience. Whether you’re in the mood for a classic chicken burger or want to explore their tempting wing options, Lost Boys Land promises a delicious and satisfying dining adventure in the heart of Brighton. Available for delivery. See link below. 

Moksha Caffe in Brighton, conveniently located near the Brighton Open Market, is a popular multi-award winning cafe known for its diverse menu and sustainable ethos. They offer a range of dishes to cater to different tastes, from hearty breakfast options like Eggs Benedict to delicious sandwiches and wraps for lunch. Don’t miss their signature Moksha burger, a mouthwatering delight! Whether you’re in the mood for a quick coffee or a satisfying meal, Moksha Caffe provides a welcoming atmosphere and a diverse culinary experience on the pedestrianised York Place. 2023 BRAVO winner in 2023 for best brunch.