Food and drink
Tic Toc is rightly famous for its gorgeous hot chocolate and excellent fair trade coffee. Other treats include tasty sandwiches, cakes and homemade soup.
The décor is designed to make you smile. The seating is a jumble of 1960s stools and church pews, there’s a niche decorated in genuine 1970s wallpaper and the door frames are painted the same colour as Brighton’s seafront railings. There’s also a plethora of clocks, cogs and wind-up toys dotted around.
Friendly and personal; it’s run by the owner, who is half Dutch.
It's in the historic, quirky Lanes.
A drink and something to munch start at around £5.
- Backpackers / Students
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Chilling out