We’ll set the scene. Your train back to Central line hell is in half an hour, you spent approximately four million pounds in the arcade trying to win that stuffed Sid the Sloth toy, and you’ve self-diagnosed yourself with hypothermia after a six-minute swim in the sea. Time to hit up Bready Delights. A great little street food van selling Jamaican classics like jerk chicken, patties, and plantain from The Avenue, it’s the perfect option if you need a speedy but oh-so tasty meal. It’ll also work for a quickfire dinner before cocktails if you got so distracted looking for the perfect distressed denim jacket in the Lanes’ vintage shops that you missed your dinner reservation. Plus, it’s a great back-pocket option if it turns out the entirety of London has descended on Brighton and you need a 10-minute time out on a patch of grass with some ginger cake for company.
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