Food and drink
Foodilic’s organic salads and warming stews knock spots off Brighton’s other buffet restaurants for quality and style. There’s also a basic range of drinks.
Looks-wise, it’s nothing special, with café-style tables, but it gets quite crowded at lunchtimes.
It's functional, but fine.
North Street may not be the classiest spot, but it’s very central and perfect for high street shoppers - most of Brighton’s big-name stores are nearby. The seafront, [node:173590] and [node:173586] are all within easy walking distance.
For one budget-friendly price (£6.45), you can go crazy at the main buffet, loading your plate as high as you like. Puddings (£3) are a bargain, too.
- Backpackers / Students
- Business travellers
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- No fuss