• Cafe Coho

Cafe Coho

53 Ship Street


This operation, one of the newest in town, is living proof that Brighton and Hove is the Coffee Capital of the UK. The average city resident spends £177 per year on take-away coffee – £25 more than third placed Londoners – and talks about it more, according to recent research. Coho had the chutzpah to set up shop bang next door to one of Brighton caffeine kings, The Marwood in the heart of The Lanes, but it has carved out is own niche, opening a further branch up near Brighton Station in the former Army, Navy and RAF recruitment office. East London’s Union supply them with a blend called Revelation. Check out their awesome espresso, floral and cherryish on the nose with a treacly length on the palate. Ship Street is particularly warm and homely, perfect for people watching, both from the outoor seating and the upstairs room.

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