Gluten Free Restaurants in Brighton and Hove

Brighton and Hove are superbly equipped to cater for all the main dietary requirements – dairy, vegan, vegetarian or gluten intolerant. This is our guide to gluten free Brighton.

Terre A Terre, vegetarian

Terre a Terre is multi award-winning and caters for vegan and gluten free diners on a daily basis. Terre à Terre is Brighton’s iconic acclaimed restaurant where vegetarianism is more about indulgence than abstinence.

Terre à Terre, Brighton,

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Longrain Thai, Pan-Asian, gluten-free.

The menu at Longrain Thai on St James’ Street is modern Pan-Asian, seeking to balance the four elements of flavour, hot, sweet, sour, salt, in every dish. Food is prepared fresh and to order by chef, Chandra. The menu is 100% gluten-free as they only use rice flour in their cooking and noodles. a bowl of orange curry with green beans, tempeh tofu and micro herbs.

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Manjus, vegetarian restaurant (currently closed)

Manjus Brighton is a delicious addition to our cities Indian cuisine scene, found tucked away at the bottom of Trafalgar Street, a stone’s throw away from Brighton station. Manjus focuses on Gujarati vegetarian food with an excellent range of vegan, gluten-free and nut-free dishes. Using the freshest ingredients they can get their hands on, Manju and Dipali use the same family recipes handed down through generations, delivering authenticity with every dish. Manjus is hugely affordable and with a children’s menu, a range of Indian pale ales and lagers, wines and spirits, and authentic desserts, you won’t be disappointed!

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Curry Leaf Cafe

The food of South India is renowned for being lighter, healthier and fresher-tasting than that of the North. Many dishes are naturally gluten-free, with gram (chickpea) flour taking the place of wheat in battered and breaded dishes. Curry Leaf Cafe also sells a range of gluten-, sugar- and dairy-free cakes during afternoon tea.

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Lucky Beach, Light bites

Love a good burger but can’t eat the bun? Never fear as Lucky Beach offers gluten free buns for just 75p extra, and plenty of gluten free menu options to fill your hungry boots. We’re particularly enamoured with the salads – not just your average lettuce job but chock full of seasonal gems such as Fenugreek scented char-grilled chicken, crispy chickpeas, roasted cauliflower and pomegranate. Staff are happy to advise on what’s GF whilst you sit back, chill out and enjoy the view!

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The Metropole Bar, Afternoon Tea

The Metropole Bar and Terrace offer spectacular views of Brighton’s promenade from the luxury of seafront Hilton Metropole. They serve food throughout the day ranging from light breakfasts and bottomless brunches to expertly prepared light bar meals. The afternoon tea retains the classic style of sandwiches, scones and cakes and is available as three decadent tiers of gluten free goodness, add a glass of prosecco or champagne to celebrate.

High Tea at The Hilton, Brighton Waterhouse Bar

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NuPosto, Italian

NuPosto serves up authentic Neopolitan pizzas and is centrally located on Western Road. All of their pizza bases can be substituted for gluten free and their homemade fresh lasagna is always gluten free. For the complete experience, there are gluten free bottles of Peroni available too. The venue is large and the staff accommodating, perfect for impromptu get-togethers – Italian style.

Pizza Brighton - Pizza from Nuposto on Brighton's seafront

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Flour Pot, Bakery

The Flour Pot is a popular spot for many Brighton residents and visitors, for its artisan baked goods, quality coffee and cool interiors. It’s a cafe for meeting friends, doing some work or people watching. There are a few to choose from too, so no matter where you are in Brighton or Hove, you can get your Flour Pot fix! There’s plenty to choose from when it comes to the gluten intolerant or those avoiding it.

The Flour Pot Bakery, Jubilee Street, Cafe, Brighton, gluten free restaurants Brighton,

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Moksha Caffe, Brunch & coffee

Moksha Caffe was built around a passion for excellent coffee, great cooking and a skill for professional baking. There are quite a large variety of cakes and sweet treats that always provide at least one gluten-free option. There are also gluten-free homemade soups, salads and jacket potatoes on the menu daily.

MOKSHA. Best cafes Brighton. Brighton Restaurant Awards

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Al Duomo, Italian

Al Duomo understands the dietary issues facing their gluten free customers today so offer a wide selection of salads and dishes for all palates as well as vegan and vegetarian options.  They also have gluten free pasta which can be enjoyed with any of their delicious sauces.

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The Chimney House, Gastropub

The Chimney House serves outstanding food, a great selection of quality drinks and it ticks many boxes as an unpretentious, rustic, retro and a good all round pub! The Chimney House in Brighton is situated just north of the Seven Dials and the Old Shoreham Rd and east of Dyke Road.

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Riddle and Finns, Seafood

Wonderful seafood platters, shell fish, oysters, and they cater for gluten free.  No need to book in advance, just turn up. Does get very busy on weekends. One of our personal favourites. In 2013, Riddle and Finns also opened their second venue on the seafront Riddle & Finns II.

Lobster salad at Riddle and Finns Brighton, Sunday lunch, gluten free restaurants Brighton,

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