Brighton’s sea view café
Situated on the upper level at Brighton i360, housed in a reconstructed Toll Booth, the i360 Café is a real hidden gem.
Housed in a reconstructed 1866 West Pier toll booth; one of a pair that was returned to the seafront as part of the Brighton i360 site, this iconic structure is now home to a cosy café and its suntrap terrace. Read more about the building’s fascinating history here.
As a fully licensed cafe, serving coffees, pastries, light bites and cocktails, the i360 Café is the perfect spot to watch the comings and goings on the promenade and beach below. See a sample menu here.
A Warm Welcome
Throughout the winter months, the i360 Cafe offers a refuge from the windy seafront, relax on the sofas whilst enjoying a hot drink and cake. With local art adorning the walls and friendly staff, it offers the same neighbourhood welcome to all who walk through the doors.
Pick up a loyalty card to collect coffee stamps, and get every 10th hot drink free. Don’t forget your reusable cup! We offer a 30p discount on all hot drinks served in your own cup to cut down on unnecessary waste.
At the i360 Café we want to celebrate the best Sussex has to offer and are proud to serve a wide range of delicious food from suppliers found right on our doorstep.
Our sausage and vegan rolls are from local favourite, The Brighton Sausage Company, our sourdough bread is freshly baked a stone’s throw away in Hove by Real Patisserie, the delicious coffee we serve is from Naked Barista in Worthing, and our range of mouth-watering cakes are freshly baked in nearby Burgess Hill by family-run, Ruby’s Bakery.