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Sandwich bars in Brighton Whether you’re in the middle of a spending spree, doing the sightseeing tour or on a business trip, Brighton has a wealth of sandwich shops to ensure you don’t miss out on a good lunch.

For a healthy snack try Planet Janet [map] on Church Road in Hove, which is a café, health shop and therapy centre rolled into one. The café is known locally for its organic freshly pressed juices, homemade sandwiches and delicious cakes that have the added bonus of being good for you.

If you’re a vegetarian then you’ll spoilt for choice at The Vegetarian & Vegan Sandwich Shop [map] on Trafalgar Street, which offers everything from veggie sausage sarnies to tasty cakes and pastries.

For a great coffee to help recharge those batteries why not head to the GoodBean Coffee Shop [map] on Prince Albert Street, which has a top quality range of coffees, gourmet sandwiches and desserts.

If you fancy a jacket potato, all-day breakfast or bangers and mash head to Capers [map] on Gardner Street in the heart of the North Laine shopping district. This friendly café is the perfect place to meet friends, stop for coffee, lunch or an afternoon break. The menu is fairly extensive and very good value for money.

As the city of Brighton and Hove is popular with British sun worshippers it seems only right that is should have an open-air café, where you can grab a bite to eat without missing out on the rays. The Meeting Place [map] on Kingsway in Hove is situated close to the seafront and you can enjoy tea, coffee, hot chocolate with whipped cream, snacks, ices or homemade cakes in the fresh air.

Most visitors, old and young, enjoy a trip to a traditional English tearoom at some time during their stay, and one of the most popular in Brighton is The Mock Turtle [map], which serves purely homemade food. This is a must if you're visiting from foreign climes and wish to see the traditional English culture. The café is not open in the evenings.

And, of course, no trip to Brighton would be complete without paying a visit to one of the city’s three renowned Bagelman eateries, where you can enjoy just about anything on a bagel. The bakery and a café are situated close together on Bond Street [map] in the city centre, while there is another café in nearby Hove.

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