09/12/2017

Gabriella’s Guides: Why you need to have lunch at Six Brighton

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I’ve just got back from a lunch at a place called Six Brighton and it was so different that I thought it would make a perfect review for Gabriella’s Guide to Brighton. They have quite a mixture of dishes on their menu, and you can find it online. I went for a lunch although I really do want to try a breakfast there as their breakfast menu looks divine.

Six Brighton is actually a huge venue with a different approach to dining in that they have seperate areas within their space. Bo Brighton is in the same space which is a juice and coffee bar by day and a wine and tapas bar at night. Click the link above to read more about that. Six itself has three seperate menu’s which you can view here. The food is organic and sourced locally which I love! I went with my mumma and she had a 42 juice called “I am healing”, I had a taste and was a little too healthy for me and I didn’t like the taste but she drank it all anyway.

I went for the avocado burger from the breakfast menu and then knicked some of my mum’s chips as she had ordered the Croque-monsieur off the lunch menu. My meal was an avocado with bright pink hummus and then halloumi too and it normally comes with a tomato and mushroom too but I had mine without. It was yummy and the hummus and avocado went well together but I’m happy I had the chips so if I were you I’d order a side if you’re going for a lunch instead of a breakfast as it is just the avocado burger on its own.

I’m not going to lie it is a super healthy place to eat and if you’re a fussy eater you may struggle a little bit but the lunch menu did also have things like spaghetti and normal burgers too so you should be alright. I like that the food is locally sourced and it does look like a pretty fancy place from the outside. I would say it’s reasonably priced but not exceptionally expensive.

If I went back I would love to try an acai smoothie bowl and pretend I’m in Bali on a beach… Anyway, if you’re in Brighton and stuck for a place to get some lunch and like a healthier option, give this a go. It’s quite central on Western Road as you head into Hove. They also had a bar area so would be nice to head back for a drink in the evening sometime.

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I post once a week covering topics such as solo travel, working and living abroad and also creating Gabriella’s Guides to places I have been. I cover topics under the following categories such as Planning and Packing, The Travel Diary, Travel Inspiration, Photo Diaries, Gabriella’s Guides and Working Abroad.

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