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Top 10: Vegetarian Restaurants in Brighton

Top 10: Vegetarian Restaurants in Brighton
Brighton Visitor
  • On July 18, 2014

TERRE à TERRE 71 East Street, Brighton, BN1 1HQ 01273-729051

Terre à terre is one of the best vegetarian restaurant in Brighton and Hove. Close to the beach, it offers a sublime vegetarian culinary experience. The famous  “terre a tapas” consists of fives tastes and epitomises the global melting pot of the menu. The multi award-winning vegetarian restaurant sells cookbooks and fabulous organic wine.

FOOD FOR FRIENDS 17 Prince Albert St, The Lanes, Brighton 01273-202310

Brighton’s original vegetarian restaurant is situated in the heart of the beautiful and historic South Laines. Food For Friends specialises in the art of cooking delicious vegetarian plates using fresh, and locally organic, ingredients. They also offer both lacto-vegetarian and vegan options as well.

INFINITY FOOD CAFE’ 50, Gardner St, Brighton BN1 1UN 01273-670743

Brighton veggie restaurant/cafè offers a wide range of delicious, freshly cook, organic vegetarian food free from GM ingredients and hydrogenated fat. The food is inspired by season variety and infused with a diversity of cultural tradition. They also have plenty of choices for people following vegan and gluten-free diets. All food is available to eat in or take away.

IYDEA VEGETARIAN KITCHEN 17, Kensington Gardens, Brighton BN1 4AL 01273-667992

Iydea is an award winning vegetarian cafeteria that serves a collection of fresh and healthy world food to enjoy either in the restaurant or when you are walking around the streets of  Brighton. The cafeteria style servery means all the great food is on display and right before your eyes. They offer one of the days main dishes and then you can fill the plate with whichever freshly prepared salads and vegetables you prefer.

WAY KIKA MOO KAU 11a Kensington Gardens, Brighton BN1 4AL, 01273-323824

Wai Kika Moo Kau is a vegetarian restaurant with many vegan options available. Their famous burger is made out of sweet potato and soya beans which comes with a variety of additions, most of which are vegan. Wai Kika Moo Kau has a great range of vegan friendly cakes on display to tempt you after your delectable meal.

THE PRINCE GEORGE 5 Trafalgar St, Brighton 01273-681055

Prince George is famous for its all-vegetarian menu. The restaurant is keeping a traditional pub feel while offering dishes made with locally sourced, and organic, ingredients. There is a veggie wine list, veggie lager on tap and six intriguing cask ales.

VBITES 14 East Street, Brighton, BN1 1HP 01273-933757

This vegan cafe was opened in the summer of 2009 by the owner Heather Mills. It was also nominated as Best Vegan Places To Eat at the VegfestUK Awards 2013. The restaurant offers a delicious choice of nut roast or, alternatively, you can enjoy one of VBites Turkey, Beef or Gammon Style roasts served with fluffy roast potatoes, cranberry stuffing, seasonal vegetables, Yorkshire pudding and a rich red wine gravy. Something not to be missed!

BOMBAY ALOO 39 Ship St, Brighton, BN1 1AB 01273-776038

Bombay Aloo is an all-you-can-eat vegetarian Indian buffet featuring a selection of spiced vegetables, including a few raw food items. The buffet includes five different curries and you can eat as much as you like for £4.95, which is amazing value.

THE ALMOND TREE 109c Dyke Road, Brighton, BN1 3JE 01273-737310

This eco-friendly and vegetarian cafè opened in Oct 2013 and offers an English classic menu as well as catering for those with Mediterranean tastes. The Almond Tree serves breakfast, sandwiches, Italian dishes, seasonal soups and baked cakes with vegan and gluten-free options. The Cafe has a retail area stocking organic, fair trade and gluten free stuff as pasta, bread, olive oli, jam.

PLANET INDIA  4-5 Richmond Parade, Brighton, BN2 9PH 01273-818149

This family run business uses recipes that have been handed down over 2 generations. Planet India is a refreshing change from the usual Indian restaurant and you won’t ever be let down by their portions! This is a no frills, but extremely flavoursome restaurant that is a favourite amongst Brightonians. They also have a great selection of beers to enjoy!