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REDROaster, st james st
DATE TBC: NEXT MICHELIN NIGHT..
The best in town
THE ARGUS (Brighton), Apr 16
The One’s To Watch
SKY ONE May 14
Best food by the sea
WAITROSE Magazine June 14
Lucky Beach is the undoubtable standout.. THE GUARDIAN Aug 13
A tidal wave of meat
OLIVE Magazine Aug 14
Britains Burger Capital
OLIVE Magazine April 14
The most incredible burger joint in the UK.. STUDENT BEANS May 15
Best Burger Restaurants’ in the UK (No.3) RED Magazine Sept 13
“Burgers and Prosecco.. joyous
ELLE UK Mar 15
There's simply no place like it..
MADE.COM Jan 16
“Lucky Beach Cafe.. Awesome”
OLIVE Magazine Feb 15
Brighton is indeed lucky to have this ace burger and beer joint SHORTLIST MAGAZINE
We take our coffee pretty seriously. Just up the road we run Brightons largest roastery and we supply mos of the better coffee houses across the City including our own, Redroaster, located in St James Street.
Throughout the year we host a number of events on the beach. Recently these have featured some of the UK's best known Michelin star chefs and TV favourites and for tickets check back here or on our facebook site
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At LUCKY BEACH we serve up local, sustainable food and drink on the beach and in our fishermans arch. Most of the food is organic, local and sustainably managed.
We use native breed organic Sussex beef for the hamburgers which is grass-fed
and dry-aged. The fish is landed locally here in Brighton and delivered each morning so occasionally we might change the menu depending on availability. Chicken and pork is all local and free-range .
For coffee we use our own organic accredited roastery which is here in Brighton. The beans we source are from farmers in different countries, are all better-than-fairtrade and we use local organic milk from
Our famous eggs are local and organic and are from Colombian Blacktails, Lohman Browns and Goldlines and graze on grass and forage outside. The sourdough is all made locally and the edible flowers are grown by Ben.