Continuing our exploration of East Sussex, we drove up to Eastbourne. Thanks to TripAdvisor we found a delightful little cafe, on a street being resurfaced – The Beach Kitchen.
We both decided on their Jazza interpretation of a Benedict, which is a stuffed Brioche bun with the egg on top. We chose bacon because we’ve never had a bacon Benedict!
You can see the result in the header photo. The Brioche was stuffed with bacon, done the way we like it, not American crunchy! The egg was poached correctly and the Hollandaise had a perfect balance of lemon freshness a without being tart.
The home fries had a great balance of crunch and soft interior. I was sorry when the meal was done. Lunch was £7.95 with coffee included, or US$10.34 per serve.
For dinner we made a return trip to Terre a Terre because we had really enjoyed it on our last trip four years ago. Still in the middle of Brighton and still fabulous vegetarian food.
Because it’s hard to choose from the excellent selection and because we like variety, we opted for the Tapas platter for two. We did not leave hungry, with a wide range of excellent food on the plate sampled across the menu.
Every bite was full of flavor. A great meal for £18.00 per serve or US$23.41 per serve.