Over the Easter bank holiday, I travelled to Brighton for a gluten free Brighton weekend! Growing up in a seaside town, I know just how crazy we get as soon as we see a glimpse of sun! I hadn’t been to Brighton for years, so it was nice to spend some time there. When I was studying, I was offered a place at the Brighton University, however I decided against it as the course was four years so instead chose to study and live in Oxford for 3 years- but I did like Brighton for its vibrance and trendiness.
Eating in Gluten Free Brighton
Fancy a slice of pizza? Well Nuposto is the place to be. The pizza’s were delicious, but I was so full that I couldn’t finish mine! Great selection of gluten free options, so would definitely recommend this place. I opted for the Procida with White Provola (Smoked Mozzarella) Base, Chicken, Peppers, Olives & Micro Herbs.
Wolfies of Hove
You must visit this place! This was recommended by the lovely Becky Excell and I would for sure recommend this to anyone! When at the seaside, you can’t possibly miss out on delicious fish and chips! Wolfies of Hove, was one stop away from Brighton. The offerings of gluten free fish, chips and sausages with mushy peas is a dream!
Scoop and Crumb
Trendy and expensive ice cream seems to be a big thing in Brighton, and it certainly did lure us in too. I did scoff at the price of around £20 for our ice creams. I believe Scoop and Crumb offer gluten free cakes too!
Brighton has a lot to offer. We visited the Brighton pier and the Royal Pavillion and spent some time wandering the streets! I will be back to Brighton very soon, as there is so much more to explore and enjoy.
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