Where To Find Brighton’s Best Vegan Bites

A city that’s absolutely brimming with culinary options, there’s plenty of reasons to visit Brighton for a plant-based bite too. Whether you’re taking on the Veganuary challenge or a vegan veteran, discover five of our favourite restaurants to try

1. Terre a Terre

This award-winning vegetarian restaurant has been voted Best Vegetarian Restaurant in the UK – Observer food awards 2008 among various other decorations over the years. With a completely meatless menu, Terre a Terre offers unique sharing plates, set menus, sweets, savouries, and an extensive drinks list with vegan and gluten-free alternatives for all times of the day. visitbrighton.com

2. The Chilli Pickle

With authentic Indian flavours and two restaurants nestled in the heart of Brighton, The Chilli Pickle’s award-winning menu is made of sustainably sourced food for an ethical meal. Boasting the Michelin BiB Gourmand and 2 AA rosettes by the revered restaurant guides among various delivery restaurant awards, The Chilli Pickle is guaranteed to offer a mouth-watering experience.

With plenty of vegan and vegetarian options bursting with flavour to tuck into, as well as some meat dishes too, the restaurant is perfect for vegans, vegetarians, and flexitarians this Veganuary. visitbrighton.com

3. Roundhill Restaurant

Roundhill is a 100% plant-based pub and restaurant with an abundance of small plates including curries, veggie burgers and more, erupting with colours and flavours. They also have an exciting cocktail menu alongside a wide range of natural and classic wines, making it the perfect spot for plant-based Brunch, Lunch and Dinner experiences. visitbrighton.com

4. Tonkotsu

This unique ramen spot is tucked away just off the centre of Brighton offering comforting and nourishing ramen dishes with home-made noodles, ideal for the winter chills of Veganuary. The menu has all the Japanese classics with plenty of Vegan and Vegetarian options to suit everyone in the group. visitbrighton.com

5. Moshimo

Voted both by the Independent and BBC Good Food as one of the top 50 restaurants in the UK, Moshimo has become one of the leading restaurants on the South Coast. The authentic Japanese restaurant has a plethora of handmade sushi on offer as well has other classic Japanese dishes under the roof of a stunning, Japanese-inspired building. 

Dedicated to sustainable fishing, the restaurant also has plenty of plant-based options with customers safe in the knowledge that the restaurant supports ethical practises. visitbrighton.com

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