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17 Street Foods You Must Eat In Brighton

Eat off the beaten track.

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1. Brighton Smokehouse

Don’t be fooled by the unassuming entrance – this place is fishy nirvana. Grab some hearty fish soup, or a superior crab sarnie, and get the true taste of the seaside.
Brighton Smokehouse

Don’t be fooled by the unassuming entrance – this place is fishy nirvana. Grab some hearty fish soup, or a superior crab sarnie, and get the true taste of the seaside.

2. Dead Good Burrito

A does-what-it-says-on-the-tin-style stall with heavily loaded burritos featuring specially slow-cooked meat marinated in their own unique spice blend. Burritos have taken over Brighton of late, and these are some of the best.
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A does-what-it-says-on-the-tin-style stall with heavily loaded burritos featuring specially slow-cooked meat marinated in their own unique spice blend. Burritos have taken over Brighton of late, and these are some of the best.

3. Troll’s Pantry

Dirty, dirty burgers which now have a permanent home in Brighton, but often go a-wandering round food fairs and local festies to sate the needs of the burger-hungry populace.
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Dirty, dirty burgers which now have a permanent home in Brighton, but often go a-wandering round food fairs and local festies to sate the needs of the burger-hungry populace.

4. Olly's Fish Shack

Locally caught sustainable fish with a twist and a side-line in pure spice – the fish tacos and delectable jumbo prawn po' boys in particular are all win.
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Locally caught sustainable fish with a twist and a side-line in pure spice – the fish tacos and delectable jumbo prawn po' boys in particular are all win.

5. Chilli Pickle Street Cart

Jubilee Square ain’t exactly downtown Bangalore, but head for the cow statue (don't sit on it though) and you’ll find this cart conjuring up quality Indian street food including Mumbai Fish Pao.
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Jubilee Square ain’t exactly downtown Bangalore, but head for the cow statue (don't sit on it though) and you’ll find this cart conjuring up quality Indian street food including Mumbai Fish Pao.

6. Beelzebab

Inspired by a visit to Berlin, these vegan doner kebabs hit the sweet spot between vice and virtue – and not a Portobello mushroom or chunk of halloumi in sight.
Beelzebab

Inspired by a visit to Berlin, these vegan doner kebabs hit the sweet spot between vice and virtue – and not a Portobello mushroom or chunk of halloumi in sight.

7. Cin Cin

Italian-style posh nibbles 'n' bubbles (including brilliant pomegranate bellinis) served from a distinctive van that comes on like the lovechild of Antonio Carluccio and Mr Whippy.
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Italian-style posh nibbles 'n' bubbles (including brilliant pomegranate bellinis) served from a distinctive van that comes on like the lovechild of Antonio Carluccio and Mr Whippy.

8. Dalinsky's

Taking Noo Yawk deli fare to white-bread Brighton may sound like a tall order – but these incredible home-cured beef and pastrami sarnies definitely hit the mark.
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Taking Noo Yawk deli fare to white-bread Brighton may sound like a tall order – but these incredible home-cured beef and pastrami sarnies definitely hit the mark.

9. Fries Guys

Peanut butter jelly fries anyone? With a foodie take on festival-style fries these calorie-heavy delights will halt even the heaviest case of the munchies.
Twitter: @friesguysuk

Peanut butter jelly fries anyone? With a foodie take on festival-style fries these calorie-heavy delights will halt even the heaviest case of the munchies.

10. Forgotten Cuts

"Sit-down food in a stand-up world" sums up this place’s take on nose-to-tale, gluten-free, restaurant-style fare, transposed to a field or food festival somewhere in Brighton.
Forgotten Cuts

"Sit-down food in a stand-up world" sums up this place’s take on nose-to-tale, gluten-free, restaurant-style fare, transposed to a field or food festival somewhere in Brighton.

11. La Choza

It may take a while to adjust your eyes to the psychedelic décor within, but once you do, La Choza delivers with flavoursome burritos that are easy-going on the wallet too.
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It may take a while to adjust your eyes to the psychedelic décor within, but once you do, La Choza delivers with flavoursome burritos that are easy-going on the wallet too.

12. Crocus Paella

Paella cooked outdoors in a massive pan has to be the ultimate hearty street food – sample these guys’ efforts, which use Greek saffron for a taste of the old country.
Twitter: @CrocusPaella

Paella cooked outdoors in a massive pan has to be the ultimate hearty street food – sample these guys’ efforts, which use Greek saffron for a taste of the old country.

13. Toston Tolon

Venezuelan cuisine doesn’t normally get much of a look-in on the south coast, but this tasty pop-up stall is set to change that with its top arepas packed with tasty fillings.
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Venezuelan cuisine doesn’t normally get much of a look-in on the south coast, but this tasty pop-up stall is set to change that with its top arepas packed with tasty fillings.

14. Ahimsa

Spicy Indian street food to savour at this festival regular with an all-veggie menu of delectable delights – and not a soggy poppadum in sight.
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Spicy Indian street food to savour at this festival regular with an all-veggie menu of delectable delights – and not a soggy poppadum in sight.

15. Sultan's Delights

Middle-Eastern meze translates really well to a stall by the sea. Bolt the filo pastry boreks (and some smoked aubergine salad) before the seagulls get them.
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Middle-Eastern meze translates really well to a stall by the sea. Bolt the filo pastry boreks (and some smoked aubergine salad) before the seagulls get them.

16. Honeycomb cakes

If there’s one thing that makes the people of Brighton take to the streets it’s cake. Honeycomb Cakes has been adding the sweet bit to street food events for ages now – and their organic cupcakes and cookies are all pure nom.
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If there’s one thing that makes the people of Brighton take to the streets it’s cake. Honeycomb Cakes has been adding the sweet bit to street food events for ages now – and their organic cupcakes and cookies are all pure nom.

17. Curry Leaf Café

Alright, so you have to come in and sit down for this one – but it’s worth it for the (extra spicy) South Indian menu aching to be paired with one of the well-sourced craft beers.
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Alright, so you have to come in and sit down for this one – but it’s worth it for the (extra spicy) South Indian menu aching to be paired with one of the well-sourced craft beers.