It's been said time and time again that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, it sets the tone of your day and can affect your mood throughout. That is why it's fantastic that there are so many amazing vegan options around Brighton so you can ensure that you're starting the day right. 

Claire Cross unveils the tastiest vegan breakfast options for you to enjoy in this glorious foodie city.

Don't forget to check out our favourite brunch spots in the city and brighton breakfasts you have to try. 

The Coffee Counter is a big hit amongst the vegan community with a range of popular brunch options that have been veganised. The star of the show has to be the Vegan Breakfast Bagel. This bagel has veganaise, smoked tofu, mustard mayo, onion chutney and more – there's no surprise that it's highly rated!

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We're strong believers that Bagelman is the answer to any hunger pangs, particularly at breakfast time. Grab their vegan special of the month, customise your own bagel or get their fantastic deal – a veggie sausage (Linda McCartney sausages) bagel and a Small Batch coffee for just £4.50.

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Larder have recently become completely vegan! They have a range of breakfast and lunch options for vegans and non-vegans alike! Head to Larder for delicious breakfast options including: avocado toast, smoothies and breakfast burritos!

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The Green Kitchen is a great, fully vegan place near London Road, head here for a range of vegan treats including a brilliant Mini Full English Breakfast that you can get for cheaps. This includes tofu scramble, sausage and all other trimmings alongside a cup of Bluebird tea of your choice.

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Flour Pot Bakery has crept up in all corners of Brighton and Hove over the past four years, they're well known for their delicious pastry and bread offerings. They've now announced that vegan croissants and pain au chocolat are available in their stores. This is a perfect breakfast option if you want a light treat to start your day – however, be wary that they sell out quickly so get there early!

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The Balcony Café at Kensington Gardens is my go-to after a somewhat heavy night, their breakfast is HUGE and completely vegan, their vegan sausage is so good that I always leave thinking I must ask them how they do it and they include salad and hummus on the side which makes a lovely addition to the meal.

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Opposite St Peters you’ll find a real cool little joint called The Longhouse Cafe. It’s 100% plant-based and has oodles of tasty menu options and a whole heap of charm. Pop in for avocado toast on sourdough bread, 'Notella' pancakes and a wide range of vegan-friendly hot drinks.

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The infamous, Infinity Foods have a kitchen on Gardner Street serving freshly cooked, organic vegan options galore! Breakfast is served until 11.30am everyday so make sure that you're heading there early for a perfect start to the day. If you like a classic crepe, this Kitchen is the place to head. Using local, organic ingredients to craft their exceptional vegan pancakes, this is a stack that most definitely has your back. No bells and whistles needed for this plate of fluffy goodness, these pancakes speak for themselves.

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The Loving Hut are on a mission to make the world a greener place, and they’re doing that with their totally plant based menu. It’s a cheerful little vegan cafe in the North Laine that you’ll find every type of Brightonian has a fondness for. Their vegan brekkie comes with scrambled tofu, sausage, mushrooms, hash browns, tomatoes, baked beans and toast. We urge you to add this place to your foodie bucket list immediately.

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Why kick a moo cow when there’s an abundance of mouth-watering veggie and vegan grub at this place? Ideally located on Kensington Gardens in the heart of the North Laines, it’s the place to go for a mid-shop break and a recharge before tackling the surrounding array of vintage shops. Take refuge inside or sit and watch the world go by while tucking into a big hearty vegan breakfast.

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Published -1st November 2018