I visited for my birthday with a group of friends. The staff were really friendly and accommodating and everyone commented on how delicious and well presented the food was. I would definitely visit again.
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The décor at Julien Plumart Café has been given a bit of a makeover since my last visit with the outside painted in a bold red, but the tired atmosphere and service indoors fails to compliment the fine French breakfasts, lunches and patisserie that are...More
Finding traditional portions of 'afternoon tea' too large, we thought this cafe fitted the bill perfectly for a birthday treat. In other words, a choice of delicious looking pastries to be savoured over a cuppa.The visit was anticipated for weeks. Whilst we cannot fault the...More
This is a little slice of France in Brighton. There are two shops/cafés, one on Queens Street and this one near Churchill Square. I prefer Queens St because it's less busy and you have more chance to be able to sit. The macaroons and special...More
Two of us went to the Julien Plumart Cafe for coffee and a snack. The coffee and the pastries as well as the service were all excellent.
This place is amazing for cake lovers! Beautiful and delicious desserts, very good tea and coffee as well. Charming place with friendly staff and nice French music.
This is my favourite cafe in Brighton so it made sense to have my hen party afternoon tea here! The afternoon tea was amazing and so beautifully presented. The staff were also extremely accommodating. The macarons were so delicious we all got some to take...More
The pastries here are amazing and worth the money. However, afternoon tea for two is not worth the money. Most of it was fine, but you are expected to share one scoop of ice cream and 3 macron between two people, very disappointing. Service was...More