Welcome on our walking food tour in Brighton, where you discover our city’s rich history and international food scene. Once a small fishing village, Brighton is today a popular hub. It is without a doubt the quirkiest city in the UK, with a rich cultural heritage and many top attraction. For instance, the Royal Pavilion, Brighton Pier and not to forget Brighton beach.
The city has 900 pubs and hundreds of eateries. For that reason, there is plenty to choose from. This Brighton walking food tour scratches the surface just a little. Besides, we also aim to support local small businesses and make them known to both locals and international visitors.
Brighton is only a one-hour train journey from London Victoria or a 35 minutes ride from Gatwick Airport. Therefore, it makes it ideal for a day trip from London. There are many reasons to visit ‘London by the sea’, which is Brighton’s nickname. Not only is it a great destination if you travel solo, but it is also perfect for groups and families.
When tourists think of British food, they often associate traditional meals with fish and chips or Sunday roast. Furthermore, the famous English breakfast is a real classic. Whereas these are much appreciated, Brighton is a city with great cultural diversity. Therefore, it is no surprise that the Brighton food scene is an eclectic mix of flavours and colours too. This walking food tour in Brighton shows you a different perspective to usual classics.
Our walking food tour starts at the St. Bartholomew’s Church in Brighton. This is less than a ten minutes walk from Brighton station. Following a brief introduction and what to expect, we dive straight into this mouthwatering foodie experience. In general, you get an average of four tasters and we carefully choose our partners. For that reason, we team up with local businesses that also have a story to tell. These vary from independent food stores to family-run eateries and anything in between.
Our tasters range from homemade cooking on the spot to handmade chocolate and delicious ice cream. We often choose different suppliers, so our tours are never the same. For that reason, tours may start and finish at a different location. In general, our walking food tour in Brighton does not only cover the centre. It includes Hove, Kemptown and other nearby areas too. We always finish close to the centre though. This makes it easier for you to walk back or take a short ride by bus.
As you pamper your taste buds, you make your way through Brighton’s buzzing streets and alleyways. Step back in time in the North Laine and get lost in the labyrinth of the Lanes. On route, you see the famous Royal Pavilion and Brighton Pier for example. Apart from this, the city has many hidden gems too. This walking food tour in Brighton allows you to discover the city from a different perspective.
It is possible to do a private booking for our walking food tour in Brighton. This is a perfect option if you want to choose a different language than English or a different time. Moreover, this is also ideal if you are a group of friends or a family with children and would like to do this tour on your own. Besides, this alternative is also good if there are not enough participants. Just click on ˜Book a Private Tour” upon checkout. An additional charge per person applies. For any tour related questions, you are welcome to contact us on +44 (0) 7783 152151 or fill out our contact form. This form also allows you to let us know any specific requirements. We reply as soon as possible. Welcome!
|All year round|
|Monday||10:00 am or 1.30 pm|
|Tuesday||10:00 am or 1.30 pm|
|Wednesday||10:00 am or 1.30 pm|
|Thursday||10:00 am or 1.30 pm|
|Friday||10:00 am or 1.30 pm|
|Saturday||10:00 am or 1.30 pm|
|Sunday||10:00 am or 1.30 pm|
|Last Admission||1.30 pm|