Another café, another coffee…another croissant. I’ve had take-outs from Milk No Sugar on Trafalgar Street for a few months (they do a very refreshing iced-tea), but I finally had the chance to sit inside, soak up the undeniable Brighton North Laine atmosphere and order an artisan coffee and croissant too. Result.
There was a big group catching up on the middle table when we arrived, but after that, the café had a constant stream of individuals coming in and sitting connected to their laptops, iPads, and most retro…real books. Everyone was very content. I’m not surprised. Everything was done with care and a clear enjoyment of serving good artisan coffee and great tasting, simple food. Milk No Sugar is so simple, but done so well.
Why I loved Milk No Sugar Brighton:
- The coffee was delicious and served in a continental style small glass (lovely)
- The very satisfying croissant was delivered perfectly warm…best croissant in Brighton maybe?
- Minuso aka Milk No Sugar has a subtle charity slant with a selection of books to read when you are there (just donate some coins to a charity box of choice…there’s a few to chose from)
- The staff were super smiley and welcoming…you just had to smile back (and there wasn’t a sharp intake of breath as we came in with our potentially mischievous two year old)
- The industrial chic interior has a lovely 80s vibe with some cool artworks, bare lightbulbs, the odd skateboard and bike…and the music was good too (I think I might have danced a little…hope no-one was watching)
Where: Milk No Sugar, 68 Trafalgar Street, Brighton, BN1 4EB