Kouzina, Open Market, Brighton Review

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Food, Lifestyle, Reviews

I’m really lucky that my office in Brighton is just a five-minute walk from the Open Market, which means there’s a world of delicious lunches close by!

Today I tried Kouzina for the first time, on the recommendation from everyone at work who says it’s the most delicious lunch, without costing a fortune.

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Kouzina is based in the Open Market and serves traditional home cooked Greek food. There’s a range of food on the menu, with vegetarian and vegan options too. There’s pretty much something that would suit everyone.

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I went for the veggie mezze platter, which was £5.50. It’s RIDICULOUSLY good value! The plate of food was huge! With hummus, a tasty tomato bean dish, beetroot salad, feta, halloumi and more, served with delicious crispy bread. It was a huge plate of food; you seriously get your money’s worth with this platter.

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Afterwards, I felt full, but in a good way if that makes sense? I felt nourished and full of yummy food, rather than sluggish or full in an “I regret eating so much” way. It was the perfect portion size.

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The restaurant itself is small but sweet – there are drawings on the walls and shelves full of Greek treats. The staff are absolutely lovely, very friendly. I was pleasantly surprised that even though it’s in the Open Market, it was still fairly warm sat in Kouzina. I imagine in the summer they open up the doors and it’s lovely! I will definitely be going back for lunch again soon – I’ve got my eye on the spanokopita.

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