Brighton is a go-to destination when it comes to meat-free dining. There is a booming trend in the number of vegetarian restaurants in Brighton. Some of the best Brighton has to offer are listed below:
Terre à Terre is an award-winning and one of the most- famous vegetarian restaurants in Brighton. Their dishes are vegan and gluten-free and tasty and full of flavour, and it is a culinary experience like no other. It has existed for the past 21 years in the historic Brighton Lanes. At Terre à Terre, one would feel that ‘vegetarianism is an indulgence, not abstinence.’
Food for Friends has a very laid- back vibe to it. It uses fresh combinations of ingredients and makes its options interesting than just offering regular choices and serves a range of vegan and gluten-free options. They believe in serving food that is delicious and affordable and uses the freshest of product that supports the local suppliers.
The Prince George pub is indeed a brave one to serve only vegetarian dishes. It is a Brighton original and is located on Trafalgar Street. The Prince George is as lively as any other pub with a great range of ales and craft beers and a mouth-watering menu focusing on British and Mexican street food. Moreover, they also have excellent Sunday roasts.
Wai Kika Moo Kau is probably one of the longest-running vegetarian restaurants in Brighton. Their food is freshly made and is priced at affordable and great deals. It serves breakfast and lunches and offers a great choice of wines that are organic and vegan. It also has speciality coffees and vegan cakes and the staff and patrons alike, enjoy a warm, homely and genuine ambience.
Smorl’s kitchen is in Brighton’ open market, and its menu consists of delicious dishes with chickpeas as the core ingredient. You can find everything from pittas with delicious falafels stuffed inside to big salad bowls. There is something for everyone. Smorl’s Kitchen is a must-visit for a delicious plant-based menu and an incredible feeling of community.
Manju’s Brighton is a perfect addition to the list of Indian and vegetarian restaurants. Manju serves authentic Gujarati Indian food and has a variety of vegan, gluten-free and nut-free delicacies. Their delicacies are prepared with recipes coming down from generations of cooks which preserves the authenticity of every dish served. Manju’s is reasonably priced and is also kid-friendly. It also serves a good range of pale ales and lagers, wines, spirits and some original Indian desserts. Manju’s is a must-visit.
Stefania Evangelisti and Tim Barclay, started with Purezza, in 2015 intending to serve delicious Italian plant-based, vegan pizzas in the UK. Their menu is loaded with meat alternatives and dairy alternatives with a comprehensive combination of vegetables as toppings and fillings. They have twisted the good old recipe of Neapolitan pizza and have great options from vegan to gluten-free and even nut-free. The best thing about them is they make changes in their menu quite often, which brilliantly showcases the creativity of the chefs and best suits the mood of the seasons. There is a wide variety of mix available from classics, to their inventions which make it a must-visit place in Brighton.
8. Happy Maki
Happy Maki makes mouth-watering and entirely plant-based sushi and sushi burritos. They have a variety of options in fillings, from sweet potatoes to vegan alternatives of chicken and duck. And their side dishes are even more famous, spiced tofu pockets and popped chicken cauliflower. Their meal is super healthy and filling, and there is no compromise on flavour. Their mission is to help conserve the co systems, especially the marine ecosystem, and thus they source all their ingredients locally and ethically. They are on a mission to educate and inform the population about the negative impact of commercial fishing on the delicate marine ecosystems and try to contribute to the efforts of making it better. They also contribute to the causes of planting trees and educating children.