Eating options at The Open Market, Brighton’s covered market destination.
If shopping makes you hungry, don’t worry – there are plenty of places where you can stop for a bite to eat in the Open Market in Brighton and Hove.
The main market opening times are as follows:
Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm
Saturday 10am – 5pm
Sundays 10am – 5pm*
*Some Stalls are not open on Sundays.
The Open Market has two entrances - one on Marshalls Row, just off London Road and the other on Ditchling Road, just across from The Level, so it’s easy to find.
You can enjoy cuisine from many different countries here. If you’re a fan of curry, Mohammed – Spice of Life offers award-winning Bangladeshi and Indian subcontinent dishes that are freshly made and home cooked. There are daily lunchbox specials, Bangladeshi snacks, sweets and desserts as well as freshly mixed spices; groceries and Halal products. You can eat in or take it away and heat it at home. http://mohammedspiceoflife.co.uk/
Over at Unit 30, Smorl’s Houmous Falafel and Salad Bar is the place to go for falafel, houmous and salad pittas, salad boxes, house-made sauces and relishes. If you’d rather do the hard work yourself, you can also buy all the ingredients you need to make it at home. www.facebook.com/SmorlsHoumous
Kouzina is a Greek speciality cafe where you can enjoy light meals including toasted Greek sandwiches, veggie moussaka, stuffed vegetables, Mediterranean salads, lentil and bean dishes, and ‘mezze’ plates. https://www.facebook.com/kouzinabrighton
The Flying Saucer Cafe is a great spot for a fine loose leaf teas, artisan coffee or juice. At the same time, you can enjoy gourmet sandwiches, pies, scotch eggs, quiche, cakes and freshly made ice cream. The Flying Saucer regularly collaborates with award winning street food vendors too. https://www.facebook.com/theflyingsaucerbrighton
Meanwhile, The Streets Café is the place to go for a traditional English breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner. The cafe has plenty of vegetarian options and caters for gluten free and calorie controlled diets too. It also offers children’s meals.
Fancy something from the baker? The Real Patisserie offers artisan breads, patisserie, savouries, sandwiches, and quiches. It’s all made in Brighton so you can be sure it’s fresh. http://www.realpatisserie.co.uk/
Meanwhile, The Baking Society’s bread, pastry products, pies, cakes, lunch sets and customised occasion cakes are made using fresh local ingredients.
If you’re in need of pudding, or just a treat, Mather’s specialises in traditional ice creams, gelatos and sorbets made on the premises with organic, locally sourced produce. You can have a homemade waffle and grab a coffee too.
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