BRAVO award winners for
Eat Well for Less
Best Cheap eats brighton
Luckily for us, cheap eats Brighton doesn’t mean you have to face poor quality ingredients, skimpy portions or resort to junk food. There’s no need to compromise on taste, or quality, even when budgets are a little tight. And the winner of the BRAVO for Eat Well For Less goes to – La Choza. Huge congratulations to the team.
The owners of La Choza toured the stalls and street markets of Mexico to bring back the most delicious and authentic street food recipes they could find. Featuring classics, from tacos and burritos to nachos and quesadillas, the Brighton takeaway menu is fresh, flavorful and great value, especially considering the care and attention put into the slow cooked meat chilli, marinated fish and homemade dips. A big BRAVO and a Mexican wave for our 1# Eat Well For Less.
Operating from various centres around Brighton, The Real Junk Food Project runs ‘pay as you feel’ cafes serving dishes made using supermarket food saved from landfill. Also winning 1# for Sustainable Eats this year, The Real Junk Food Project is part of a global movement to reduce food waste. But the ‘pay as you feel’ model wins their spot at the top of this list, reducing stigma, promoting equity and allowing customers to ‘eat well’ whatever their budget.
Tucked away in Brighton’s Open Market, the people behind Smorl’s set out to provide delicious, affordable vegan food. And they have succeeded at every turn. Serving well priced falafel pittas, salad boxes and signature falafel bolognese, every dish is packed with flavour, in generous portions and fresh as a daisy making, it a seriously tempting, yet delightfully healthy foodie proposition.