Eat Well For Less In Brighton 2020
This award goes to good food on a budget and includes street diners and pop-ups.
Brighton and Hove Food Partnership are committed to making sure our city’s mouths are well fed whilst sponsoring the Eat Well for Less category in the BRAVOs 2020
We are not surprised to see these shining stars of back at the top of Brighton’s Eat Well For Less awards. When it came to eating well on a budget, you voted loud and clear for the Real Junk Food Project, an organisation that intercepts perfectly good food destined for landfill and serves it to communities on a ‘pay as you feel’ basis, regardless of financial circumstances. Your support for this project was astounding and we can see its progress through the recent opening of The Junk Food Cafe, which operates in the same way and is based in the heart of Brighton’s hugely popular North Laine. Well done guys!
New to the top three and a much deserved second place goes to the fantastic Brighton favourite Smorl’s.
They’ve been selling their humous in Brighton shops for a lifetime and now have their family-run cafe in the Open Market. Smorl’s Kitchen has quickly become a favourite plant-based go-to and offers its diners fast, nutritious food that’s packed with delicious flavour and wholesome goodness. Their second-place position is a testament to the top value and quality of their dishes.
With three hugely popular restaurants in prime locations around Brighton and Hove, it is no wonder that the success of the true, family-run Italian pizzeria Fatto a Mano has found itself flying into third place in the BRAVO awards for Eat Well For Less. Their portions are hearty, the ingredients are premium, they even offer the little ones a free lunch on weekdays. Giving a little extra goes a long way and these guys are obviously doing something right!