Cafe Delice

Cafe Delice

British

0.5 miles
40 Kensington Gardens, Brighton, BN1 4AL
Café Delice is an independently owned, vibrant city centre bistro and café in the heart of Brighton's North Laine. They aim to reconcile English and French cuisine through a generous yet inexpensive menu that offers freshly prepared dishes made with local ingredients. Their inspiration comes from traditional Parisian cafés, where tasty but simple food is served all day and the atmosphere is warm and informal.

Their day menu offers a selection of cooked breakfasts and pastries baked on the premises, as well as light bites, homemade cakes and simple, classic dishes. Their fully trained baristas will serve you with a smile and always ensure that your coffee is made just right. If you visit on a Friday or Saturday evening, you can order from the bistro menu, which has dishes such as confit duck leg with redcurrants, red wine sauce and Dauphinoise potatoes, and pan-fried megrim sole with lemon and caper butter and new potatoes. And why not try something from the extensive wine selection to accompany your choices?

If you simply want an aperitif, some great cheeses and wines, or to indulge in a home-cooked three-course meal, Café Delice will gladly accommodate you. Furthermore, Delice is also available for tailor-made private parties and large dinner groups, for which they can offer canapés and a buffet
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Open: Sun-Thurs 8.30am-6pm; Fri & Sat 8.30am-11pm
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