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Lucky Beach replaces Curry Leaf Cafe at Temple Bar, Brighton

Lucky Beach launches tonight with FREE food and 2 for 1 cocktails

It’s all change at Brighton’s Temple Bar on Western Road, with Curry Leaf Cafe making way for Lucky Beach 2.

Lucky Beach, one of Brighton’s finest beach-front cafes serves up some of the best food in Brighton with local, sustainable and mostly organic food and drink right in the middle of Brighton beach. As well as holding the highest rating from the Sustainable Restaurant Association and supporting local farmers and small businesses, Lucky Beach also runs Brighton’s largest coffee roastery, supplying most of the better coffee shops in town including their own, Redroaster in Kemptown.

As of this evening (17th Nov), Lucky Beach 2 is officially launching at The Temple Bar. The menu will be similar to the beach one with lots of burgers and tacos, but also bar snacks including sausage rolls, crab scotch eggs and barbecoa nachos.

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    Temple Bar, Brighton

  • Lucky Beach replaces Curry Leaf Cafe at Temple Bar, Brighton review - Scoffers

    Temple Bar, Brighton

  • Lucky Beach replaces Curry Leaf Cafe at Temple Bar, Brighton review - Scoffers

    Temple Bar, Brighton

The kitchen will be serving up great food, including Sunday Roasts from 12-10pm every day and there will be a weekday lunchtime offer for £6.50 available from 12-5pm with a choice of French onion chicken burger, blackened grilled chicken tacos, battered fried fish tacos or french dip sandwich (£2.50 supplement) all with fries or salad, or a feta, sweet potato and grain salad.

Head down this evening for FREE food from 6-8pm to celebrate the launch as well as 2 for 1 cocktails!


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Gary Simmons

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