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A little way up a narrow old street called St James’s, off the Old Steine (Brighton’s main thoroughfare) and opposite the Royal Pavilion, Redroaster, an original and independent coffee house, has been embedded in the heart of the city for many years. Recommended by The New York Times as a 'go-to destination' in their book, '36 Hours: 125 Weekends in Europe', Redroaster has been hand-roasting and retailing its own coffee beans for over a decade. They also offer their own home-baked cakes which 'float off the plate', pastries, croissants or muesli for breakfast, fresh locally sourced salads and home-baked quiche for lunch, leaf tea in a pot and scones for tea.
Named after the red coffee-roaster originally installed in the coffee house 14 years ago, Redroaster opened its own coffee roastery in Kemp Town in 2008. The famous House espresso blend, the certified Organic ...