Moksha is a great little cafe at the bottom of Trafalgar Street, opposite St. Peter’s Church. Serving Teapigs tea (which is quite possibly the best name for a brand of tea EVER) and a range of deliciously indulgent coffees in a gorgeous, light, airy space, this is one of my favourite places to grab a newspaper and a coffee on a lazy, sunny Sunday morning. Plus, it’s en route to Brighton station which is rather handy.
As well as the usual tea/coffee cafe fare, they also sell the tastiest 100% fresh fruit smoothies in all of Brighton – the ‘Cardio Angel’ and ‘Flu-Fighter’ varieties are particular favourites of mine. And they both make for excellent hangover cures.
The other thing that Moksha do, which places it firmly within the Brighton culture, is that they display original artworks by local artists. A friend of a friend had an exhibition evening here a year or two ago, which turned into a lovely wine-and-chat-filled evening.