5 of the best little coffee shops in Sussex

Tuesday, 24th April 2018, 4:07 pm
Updated Tuesday, 24th April 2018, 5:21 pm

Seeking the best coffee in Sussex? Try one of these county cafes.

Nelson Coffee Co., Eastbourne

This lively Eastbourne cafe has been serving up spectacular specialty coffee since opening for trade in 2014.

The combination of beans sourced from Ozone in London and milk from Sussex farm Northiam Dairy is a match made in heaven.

Visit: 4 Terminus Road, Eastbourne BN21 3LP - nelsoncoffee.co.uk

Presuming Ed Coffee House, Brighton

Bitcoin friendly with tables made of paperbacks, walls festooned with comic strip panels, Presuming Ed is an off-beat gem in the heart of Brighton.

The strikingly designed cafe is a great place which offers up great snacks and even better coffee.

Visit: 114 London Road, Brighton BN1 4LJ - presuming-ed.com

Urban Ground, Eastbourne

Situated on sunny stretch in the centre of Eastbourne, Urban Ground is a popular refuge for the town's coffee drinkers.

The friendly and talented baristas work wonders with the locally roasted coffee and will soon be opening up a new shop on South Street.

Visit: 2A Bolton Rd, Eastbourne BN21 3JX - urbanground.co.uk

Mojo Coffee House, Brighton

Lewes Road is home to an array of independent shops and cafes well worth seeking out, Including Mojo Coffee House.

First and foremost, Mojo is a coffee seller, providing an excellent range of rich tasting coffees; however, the juices and toasted sandwiches are also worth sampling.

Visit: Mojo Coffee, 148 Lewes Road, BN2 3LG - facebook.com/MojoCoffeeClub

Chichester, The Fat Fig

This Chichester brunch spot encourages its consumers to "fig out" on their mouthwatering brunch offerings. And the coffee isn't too shabby either.

The South Street cafe serves up rich and revitalising espressos, lattes and cappuccinos.

Visit: 42 South Street, Chichester PO19 1DR - facebook.com