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If you follow my Twitter/Instagram you’ll probably be aware that I’ve recently been to Brighton for a few days. During my stay in Brighton I visited some lovely breakfast places, on the first day I was in Brighton I went for breakfast at a place called the Verano Lounge. We had no idea what to expect from the outside but their menu drew is in with the gorgeous food offerings, plus a fabulous sounding vegetarian breakfast and possibly the fact that a free coffee was on offer alongside all of this. When we walked in we knew we had made an awesome choice, the decor around the downstairs was colourful, fun and creative.
We decided to sit upstairs so we had a better view of outside, when we upstairs we were even more impressed. The walls covered in pictures and painting, lots more odd chairs which look so cool together. Lots of tablets of all sizes and the best part was an amazing window which you can look down and see the city. I already knew what I was having as soon as I arrived as I was fancying a vegetarian breakfast, baked beans, hash browns and toast had to happen. Luke went for the traditional breakfast in the end after struggling to decide for some time. Whilst we were waiting for breakfast I was snapping away at the decor as it was too lovely not to and that is when I noticed a book swap, I love the idea of this because it is a great way to do lots of reading without purchasing lots of books and also people can enjoy something you’ve read.
We were brought our coffees before breakfast and they were a great start to the day and to say they came free they were massive coffees and super yum too. Our breakfast arrived shortly after and mine was full of colour and on a beautiful plate, I was almost dribbling. I loved the added touches which went into the vegetarian breakfast, I am so glad I wasn’t facing yet another disgusting vegetarian sausage but actually a courgette and sweetcorn fritter as well as some fried peppers and a side of spinach. Along with the usual beans, hash browns, toast, eggs and mushrooms. When I bit into the toast I was super impressed as it was thick and yummy bread which was dripping with butter (wish I had more than one piece). We left the Verano lounge full and feeling impressed with the offerings for breakfast in Brighton. If you live in Brighton or visiting anytime soon it is totally worth checking out, they offer so many different dishes to suit every palette and it isn’t just the usual full English you can get SO many other choices.