BRAVO award winners for

Sustainable Eats

Sustainable eats

There was a time when diners might have to choose between sustainable restaurants Brighton and delicious food. But no longer! Fabulous menus, genuine sustainability and cutting-edge innovation now go hand-in-hand. 

The BRAVO Most Sustainable category showcases venues that put sustainability front and centre rather than serving it as a side. At these restaurants, pubs, cafes and takeaways, teams are committed to responsible sourcing, focused on seasonality and make every effort to reduce waste while maintaining their passion for great food and warm hospitality. The winners of this category should be hugely proud of their leadership in this area, their contribution to our local sustainability picture and, more broadly, the health of the planet.

And the winner of the BRAVO for Sustainable Eats goes to – Majahma. Huge congratulations to the team.

First place

Majahma has nabbed the top spot in the BRAVOS 2024 Most Sustainable category with its mouth watering plant-based thalis served with fresh bread which are delivered weekly across Brighton and Hove. Their next-level Indian cuisine will thrill your tastebuds with authentic spice blends, while recipes passed from generation to generation transport you from the Himalayan foothills to the Keralan shores. The nutritious plant-based dishes keep Majahma’s carbon impact low. Meals are made to order so as not to over-tax the supply chain and ‘infinitely’ reusable stainless steel tiffin means they generate zero packaging waste. Great food, future-proofed – an absolute winner. 

Second place

Operating from multiple venues, the amazing, inspiring Real Junk Food Project is never far from the top of the BRAVO Most Sustainable Top 20 and here it is again at #2. Existing with the aim to feed people sustainably, The Real Junk Food Project intercepts food waste destined for landfill and turns it into delicious, affordable dishes. Food is bought on a ‘pay as you feel’ basis encouraging customers to think more about the real value of the food and meaning that everyone, whatever their budget, can eat well. Brighton is rightly proud that The Real Junk Food Project continues to thrive in the city. Through it, our community is part of an international movement to combat food waste. Wonderful stuff!

The Real Junk Food Project has also placed in the Eat Well For Less category. 

Third place

Choosing to partner with carefully selected local suppliers, Oeuf Cafe’s unmissable menu is created using the best, most ethical produce they can get their hands on. From the free-range, rare-breed eggs to the fair trade, low carbon roasted coffee beans, sustainability is baked in at Oeuf. The team is committed to exploring and innovating in this area, showing leadership while never compromising on the delicious food and warmth of the hospitality customers have come to expect. And since they’re good from the ground up, it comes as no great surprise that Oeuf Cafe is back in the Top 3 of the BRAVOS Most Sustainable list yet again. What a ‘good egg’!

Chilli Shaak
We Love Falafel
Real Patisserie (all locations)
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Best wine list
Best int. cuisine
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