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Vegan Restaurants Brighton
Tucked away inside Brighton’s Open Market is one of our favourite vegan spots in the city, Smorl’s Kitchen Brighton. Understated, unpretentious and under the radar (not for long) Smorl’s Kitchen is owned by siblings Christian and Sarah. The totally vegan menu at Smorl’s Kitchen is dedicated to all things chickpea. From delicious pitta’s filled with earthy homemade falafel to huge salad bowls filled to the brim with goodness. Why not try their famous warming spicy falafel-based Bolognese, served with oven-roasted Hasselback sweet potatoes? Or their seasonal Waffalafel? Head to Smorl’s Kitchen for a delicious plant-based menu and a wonderful community feel. One of the best vegan restaurants in Brighton.
Since then they’ve gone on to win numerous awards nationally and locally and grow with additional restaurants in Hove, London, Manchester and Bristol. The original Purezza, which sits at the forefront of the vegan revolution, remains an integral part of the local community as well as a Mecca for vacationing vegans keen for a delicious slice of history in the making. Brighton are very proud to have this as one of their standout vegan restaurants. Did you know Purezza have also created their own version of vegan Mozarella which is featured on the Sussex Shortlist.
First opening in that other vegan haven, Bristol, Oowee Vegan wanted to deliver a 100% vegan fast food experience that was big on portions, options and flavour. They expanded south and naturally decided to open their flag ship store here in the UK vegan capital. Eat in and takeaway as well as delivery is available from this Lanes haven of vegan indulgence.
Beelzebab started off as a pop-up serving vegan donna kebabs but has since set down roots in The Hope & Ruin on Queen’s Road and expanded it’s repertoire into a truly glorious, 100% vegan, junk food champion. The extended menu has seen the original kebab buddy up with creatively topped hot dogs and wickedly loaded fries. With monthly specials including a seasonally inspired ‘dog of the month’ these sinful creations are the stuff of dirty vegan dreams, because sometimes you just don’t want lentils.
The Vurger Co. opened in the newly developed Hannington Lanes. The Vurger Co. serves a selection of burgers using their own ‘chicken’ soya burger, as well as Beyond Burgers, each presented as a variation of classic meaty burgers. There are also salad boxes, if you’re not into junk-plant and shakes, with an option for boozy shakes too. A relatively new vegan restaurant in Brighton.
Botanique, Vegan Restaurants Brighton
Botanique restaurant in Hove has a paired back modern-rustic interior with pale hues and exposed wood. It certainly looks the part for a fine dining vegan restaurant. Botanique is open for brunch, lunch dinner and Sunday Lunch, all 100% plant based. The menu is seasonal and fuses cooking styles from throughout the globe to create inspired and unique dishes. Vegan restaurants Brighton newcomer.
Happy Maki make delicious and entirely plant based sushi, and they make it the size of a burrito! If this isn’t already a winner then the side dishes of stuffed tofu pockets and popped ‘chicken’ cauliflower should be getting you there. Happy Maki have two Brighton vegan venues, the original (mostly takeaway) place in Pool Valley and the new “pay as you feel” restaurant above Yum Yums in Sydney Street, in the North Laine.
This endearing little Brighton cafe is located near the busy hub of Preston Circus, it’s easy to miss but a shame if you do! This is very much “for the animals” veganism, and has that authentic sense of kindness running through its food and atmosphere. Pop by for a classic cafe breakfast without the animal bits and try their signature home made “bacon”. A popular vegan restaurant for Brighton, in this neighbourhood.
The guilty pleasure of kebabs are no longer off the table for vegans. What The Pitta established itself in London as the place to go for hung-over plant eaters. They started serving their unique donna meat substitute with all the extras in 2019 and the city’s vegans-with-sore-heads have never stopped being grateful. A vegan kebab restaurant in Brighton.
Located near Preston Park, Kusaki opened in late 2021 as the newest member of the Food For Friends/ Botanique/ Wolfox Chapters family. The interior feels very New York, and the menu is a contemporary plant based take on familiar Japanese fare. Beautifully presented food and Japanese inspired cocktails makes this a good venue to impress, or update your Instagram (you can watch our tips on smartphone food photography video here)
The No Catch Co
No trip to Brighton beach would be complete without fish and chips. But oh no, wait, fish isn’t a plant and chips and chips just doesn’t have the same appeal! Fear not, The No Catch Co., serve 100% vegan fish and chips. You’ll find ‘cod’ and chips, ‘saveloy’ and chips. Extras like mushy peas and chip shop gravy make it both a trip down memory lane and a taste of the future.
Bonsai Plant Kitchen
A 2023 award winner as Brighton Plant Champions and coming in runner up for the best restaurant in Brighton. Located on Baker Street, Bonsai Plant Kitchen is edgy and cool with strong New York vibes. It’s 100% vegan South-East Asian inspired food which is flavour packed and creative. The menu is largely sharing plates, but so tasty they’ll test even the strongest relationship. Great cocktails and beats make this a real vegan gem and quite unique for the city.
Vegan and vegetarian
Dinner made easy with Majahma’s finish at home, plant-based tahlis. The weekly rotating menu of nutritious and homemade meals are a welcome feast and the tiffin delivery container a welcome break from plastic. Each tiffin contains: a curry, dahl, salad or soup, rice and two freshly made chapati. Should you wish to add some extra crunch then delicious crispy sides and dips are also available. You’ll have the option of weekly or fortnightly deliveries, or skip a week with the flexible ordering service. Once you’re finished, simply clean the tiffin and on the next delivery day they’ll exchange it with a full one.
Easy going and fun-filled, Planet India serves a pure vegetarian menu (pure vegetarian doesn’t use eggs), of which around 70% is vegan. Indian food is frequently meat-free and the recipes here are those handed down to the owner, Nilesh, by his mum; it is the food he ate growing up. Located in Brighton’s Richmond Parade, the restaurant has something of a cult following and booking in advance is strongly advised. The Pani Puri is undoubtedly their most raved about starter (available vegan, just ask for no yoghurt), it is a tangy, sweet and spicy salad of chickpeas and tamarind that lights up every inch of the pallet and keeps it dancing to the ambient 70’s disco beats right through to the last mouthful.
Set as the flagship restaurant catering for vegan and vegetarian diners, Terre a Terre has reigned as restaurant royalty here in Brighton since 1993. The offering is innovative and creative which result in culinary masterpieces. Modern British dining at its best, quality ingredients are creatively finessed, resulting in an elevated experience. Plant-based diners will be able to enjoy the vast majority of the menu as many of the vegetarian dishes have a vegan alternative. Always highly regarded and a regular contender as one of the best restaurants in Brighton.
Whether you’re a vegetarian or not, award winning Food for Friends is a must visit for everyone living in or visiting Brighton. It’s probably Brighton’s most famous vegetarian restaurant (with many vegan dishes), receiving many accolades and serving customers since 1981. Their ethos is ‘tasty, affordable, honest cooking using the freshest produce, totally homemade, whilst supporting local suppliers where possible.’ You can’t argue with that.
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. The menu at Manjus is currently 75% vegan, as well as having a wide range of vegan drinks including vegan wine and local craft vegan beers. 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!
Any pub in Brighton that only serves vegetarian and vegan food is a brave one. But this was a risk well worth taking. The Prince George on Trafalgar Street is a lively and atmospheric pub which has a great selection of Sussex draught ales and international craft beers and a creative menu with a focus on British and Mexican street food which even the most dedicated of carnivores would enjoy. Fab Veggie Sunday Roasts too.
Iydea in the North Laine serves home cooked food that’s wholefood based (you won’t find much in the way of meat alternatives here). It serves canteen style so start with a big or small plate/ takeaway box and build a meal to your liking. It’s as flavoursome and fresh as it is healthy and satisfying. And very affordable.
Good for vegans venues
Tinto Taperia is an authentic Spanish restaurant located in Brighton’s bustling North Laine area. You’ll find plenty of vegan options on the menu which has a whole section dedicated to vegetable dishes. Of these, half are vegan friendly. Then there’s the freshly prepared vegan paella that’s made to order. Made to share for a minimum of two people, this is a real showstopper. Don’t forget to save some room for dessert because who can resist churros at such a great Spanish restaurant, especially when they’re served with a vegan chocolate sauce. These are not to be missed! With the relaxed atmosphere, terraced dining and an impressive drinks list – featuring delicious Spanish wines – you’re sure to feel transported to sunnier climes.
Plant-based diners are well catered for at The Cider Tap, in fact, the stunning culinary offering at this Sussex-based restaurant is wonderfully inclusive of all diners. The menu, which is built around locally grown ingredients, champions the best of seasonal produce and serves them as epic Sunday Feasts, weeknight Mexican street food treats and indulgent brunch buns to accompany a countryside hike. The Syndicate Kitchen – who are in collaboration with the venue – are well versed in providing outstanding food. They haven’t dropped the ball at The Cider Tap!
Calling all vegans (and the vegan curious). FUMI in Brighton caters to your plant-based desires. Indulge in a world of flavorful delights with FUMI’s extensive vegan offerings. From delectable vegetable sushi rolls in their bento boxes to mouthwatering tofu creations, each dish is a celebration of vegan excellence. FUMIi’s commitment to using fresh, cruelty-free ingredients ensures that every bite is a guilt-free pleasure. Immerse yourself in the vibrant flavours of Japanese cuisine, knowing that FUMI has crafted a menu that embraces your vegan lifestyle. Experience the culinary magic of FUMI, where vegan dreams come true in the heart of Brighton.
Oculist Brighton is located in the Lanes and a short walk from the beach. It’s a large venue decorated with industrial style interiors yet feels inviting and comfortable. There’s plenty of plants and soft cushioned seating to make it a good place to unwind with a few delicious plates of dim sum and a drink or two. The pan-Asian menu from Daddy’s Dim Sum at Oculist has plenty for vegans to enjoy. Tofu noodles, gyoza and dumplings are just a few of the vegan friendly options. Sit back and enjoy the umami plates of dim sum with your favourite cocktail, pint or glass of wine. You can also eat alfresco on their amazing multi level roof terrace, where you can enjoy your food. Enjoy a fab lunch, or tasty dinner at Oculist Brighton along with your favourite drink for a real treat.
Hove’s modern neighbourhood Italian restaurant serves authentic small plates, pasta, and antipasti, complemented by a fantastic selection of wines and aperitifs. They also offer a vegan menu that changes monthly to align with the seasons. We’re particularly intrigued by the taglierini with green beans, peas, and preserved lemon, followed by the chocolate and hazelnut mousse with red wine-poached plums for a sweet treat.
Curry Leaf Cafe in the Brighton Lanes is a multi-award-winning Indian street food cafe. The vibrant interior has a lively feel, reflecting the hustle and bustle of Indias markets. The menu is has a broad selection with lots of vegetarian and vegan options and is clearly marked for dietary requirements including nut dairy and wheat intolerance.
Lost in the Lanes is hidden away in the famous shopping area of Brighton’s Lanes. Serving food from morning through to 5 pm. They offer vegan breakfast but it’s the seasonally changing lunch menu where you’ll find the exciting stuff. This features six creative dishes and there are always a few vegan options or dishes that can be made vegan. Chef James Flavell loves experimenting and creating dishes that you won’t find anywhere else. So while you’ve only got a few options here, they’re definitely ones that don’t get lost in the crowd.
The vegan menu at Jo and Co has plenty to choose from for brunch, lunch or dinner. Starting the day with their delicious Jo’s Vegan breakfast is always a good start! Or for something different, try their Hash with vegan sausages, sautéed potatoes and siracha sauce for a kick. For lunch or dinner (Friday and Saturday’s) the Crispy Spiced Cauliflower Gochujang Sauce has got us hooked, or maybe a few sharers to accompany a spritz or two.
Wabi Sabi in Hove delights vegans with its exceptional plant-based menu, making it a top choice among vegan menus in Brighton and Hove. This Japanese gem offers a good variety of vegan options that showcase the same delicious flavours and artful presentation as their traditional dishes. From mouth watering vegetable sushi rolls to flavourful tofu-based creations, Wabi Sabi caters to vegan palates with creativity and finesse. The restaurant’s commitment to sourcing fresh, cruelty-free ingredients ensures a memorable dining experience for vegans and non-vegans alike.
Arcobaleno in Kemptown is a cafe-bar and restaurant. The menu is ideally designed for sharing and has a Maltese influence, emphasising wholefood and home cooking. Each section of the menu has at least one vegan option including Kapunata (similar to ratatouille) and loaded flat bread with cauliflower fritters, roasted vegetables and a rich tomato sauce. Signature cocktails and lots of live local entertainment make this a great place to go with groups.
Burnt Orange is the youngest sibling in The Coal Shed and The Salt Room family, famed nationally and locally. Burnt Orange takes a more relaxed approach to dining and is more of a bar-restaurant than its siblings. There’s also a good selection of vegan dishes on the menu. Speaking to your server about your requirement will really open the menu up since everything is made fresh and there are additional vegan options then available. Think local and seasonal produce elevated with creative cooking and exquisite presentation. Forget fake meats and meat substitute dishes.
Knoops Brighton offers our huge plant-based community a fantastic variety of vegan-friendly chocolate drinks. With the help of Knoopologists, you can discover the perfect chocolate blended drink for your palate. All chocolate strengths of 54% and above are dairy-free. Mix them with a choice of nut milks and why not pair it with a vegan croissant for the ultimate Knoops experience?
We really should have a ‘great for vegan’ category for Kitgum. The restaurant is located on the bustling and awesomely urban Preston Circus and serves a sublime menu of Gujarati and East Africa-inspired small plates, of which 50% are plant-based. Enjoy the theatre and aroma of the open kitchen, immerse yourself in the upbeat atmosphere of the modernist-chic venue and have all the fun at Kitgum!
The Mesmerist might not be your first thought when trying to find somewhere vegan-friendly to eat in Brighton, which is why we are here to tell you why it should be! After a recent renovation and menu overhaul, vegans can look forward to plenty of options that deliver on flavour, seasonality and the ‘something a little different’ front. Serving a lunch to dinner menu of delicious Asian-infused dishes from UmamiNation. Including mouthwatering options like sticky Korean shiitake mushroom Bao Buns and kimchi loaded fries. There’s a chocolate and soy brownie on offer which if you ask us, is a must try!
Fine dining restaurant Tutto provides an impressive plant-based offering at the beautiful Marlborough Place venue. Tutto is inspired by the essence of Italian culture, it’s threaded through everything from the chic interiors, open-armed hospitality and premium Italian cuisine. You’ll be able to enjoy a dedicated plant-based menu, which provides thoughtfully curated options that capture authentic Italian cuisine. There are also many vegan-friendly beverages to choose from.
Award winning and plant-based Brighton afternoon teas are available on Brighton Regency Routemaster bus tours. They include a choice of freshly cut sandwiches, sweet treats from their pastry chef, a selection of homemade cakes including, apple and maple cake, coconut and lime cake, triple chocolate layer cake, mini lemon drizzle. They also provide vegan scones, spreads and homemade jam. On the drinks side, you’ll be able to enjoy their selection of teas or opt for their Brighton Gin cocktails (the only 100% certified vegan gin).
While not 100% vegan, every Brighton cocktail on the menu at Bar Valentino is or can be made to be plant-based, they can also whip up almost anything that’s not listed and yes that includes sours! The intimate, speakeasy inspired cocktail bar is seductive, and luxurious and somehow, even while being immensely popular, has managed to keep the feel of a hidden gem about it. It’s located next door to the Theatre Royal and offers views over bustling New Road. Bar snacks are also available and again most of these are vegan friendly too.
Vegan tapas at Market Restaurant is a thing. Whilst plant-based may not be their driving point, it’s well catered for on the menu. The smoked cashew croquettes are sublime and we encourage everyone to try them! If something takes your fancy but it’s not dietary appropriate, most things on the menu are made to order so the kitchen may be able to tweak it.
Immerse yourself in the Mediterranean experience at Vios Cafe in the Lanes. Indulge in their delectable breakfast options or savour a cup of their delicious coffee. From dairy-free smoothies and mouth watering loaded sourdough to yoghurt bowls which can be made VG, and authentic meze, there’s something for everyone. Share the freshly made meze with friends, accompanied by a glass of Greek wine, and let the flavours transport you to the Mediterranean.
The Brighton Metropole Bar is an excellent choice for vegan diners, offering a variety of vegetarian and vegan-friendly options. Their Afternoon Tea can be adapted to be vegetarian and vegan-friendly (24 hours notice required), providing a delightful experience for those following a plant-based diet. Additionally, 3 to 4 dishes on their menu are vegetarian and can be made vegan-friendly upon request. The bar even offers vegan cheese as an alternative.
The iconic Japanese inspired building in Bartholomew Square, Moshimo, has long held its head high as a leader in supporting sustainable fishing. As the plant-based tide continues to surge they have celebrated this with Vegan Wednesdays. Moshimo cardholders receive 50% off all vegan sushi whilst non-member still get to enjoy a 25% discount. Moshimo have even received a ‘Proggy’ award from PETA, a fine endorsement for a ‘fish restaurant’!
Inspired and styled around the urban, edgy diners of NY and LA one would expect a rather meat heavy menu, but these guys know what they’re about and deliver a strong vegan selection. Heralded nationally and locally, The New Club deliver the vegan goods from brunch, to burgers to their late serving Sunday Roast – including that holy grail, the vegan Yorkshire pudding!
Although Greek cuisine tends to be meat lead here in the UK, Greece itself is full of delicious fruit and vegetables that make up a lot of the local’s diet and therefore dishes they love. Nostos is all about authentic Greek dishes cooked fresh daily and the menu is very vegetable led for this reason. We love the sound of ‘Gigantes’, butter beans cooked in a tomato sauce and seasonal herbs, served with ‘Yemista’, peppers and tomatoes stuffed with rice, herbs, pine nuts and raisins. There is no shortage of flavour at Nostos and you will certainly not leave hungry.
Plant-based diners can rest assured that there’s a good range of devilishly delicious dishes for you to devour at MEATliquor. For you, there are four “Inna Bun” options, which include a vegan cheesy tempeh Brighton burger. It’s been dubbed the “Tempeh Tantrum” but we’re pretty sure that there’ll only be happy moods and satisfied tummies when you leave the cult burger joint’s York Place restaurant, especially if you wash your vegan feast down with their liquor heavy beverages!
Plant based options are plentiful at Shelter Hall. Little Bao Boy serves a wide array of veggie and vegan dishes. Chick ‘n’ Bun also has several dishes that are plant based and super yummy. Or, try one of the vegan friendly, topped pizzas from Very Italian Pizza. The bases are made with a traditional Naples sourdough and are a spot-on accompaniment to a beachside social session.
Ouef Café in Hove is a beautifully styled and spacious cafe with a large rear garden. The menu is an indulgent mix of breakfast and brunch dishes with wines and cocktails available for delicious daytime dining. Vegan options include a full vegan breakfast with locally made Burmese tofu (made with chickpea flour, so soya free) and vegan black pudding. Pancakes, burgers, salads and veg nugs all grace the menu for a plant eaters’ delight.
DaddyLonglegs is a great choice for vegan diners in Kemptown. Their small plates menu offers a variety of vegan-friendly options, including patatas bravas, vegetable tempura, and celeriac arancini. On their BBQ Sunday menu, you can indulge in dishes like BBQ hasselback butternut squash, and their yakitori menu features delicious tempura options for vegans to enjoy. It’s a fantastic place for plant-based eaters to savour a range of flavourful dishes.
A third of the menu at Rum Kitchen is suitable for vegetarians and most of this can be made vegan on request. Online you’ll find a nifty interactive allergens menu so you can hide anything you don’t, won’t or can’t eat. The Appleton barbecue-glazed pulled jackfruit burger with ackee and spring onion aioli and pickled slaw, really brings together authentic Caribbean ingredients without any animal bits. The menu is freshly prepared using quality produce and celebrates the bold flavours of the Caribbean. The restaurant is large with wooden tables and chairs along with pockets around the venue you and your friends can immerse yourself in.
Kebab shops in town centres might be the sort of establishment that vegans have well learnt to swerve. But don’t let anything about Lavash on North Street fool you. They serve authentic Middle Eastern cuisine with a large selection of vegan options, all freshly prepared with quality ingredients. Falafel is a vegan go-to, and it’s well worth trying it here with an excellent offering that’s one of the most popular dishes on the menu. But don’t overlook the spicy lentil and bulgur kofta as an alternative and in case (heavens forbid) you’re not in a falafel mood. For a bit of everything that’s plant-based and good, the vegan platter is a delight with kofta, falafel, smoky baba ganoush, homemade hummus, roasted peppers, cabbage and much much more. All are best eaten scooped up with freshly made lavash bread that’s chewy, bubbly and charred to perfection.
Having recently just upped their veggie and vegan game, a majority of the menu at The Dorset is now meat-free and we are loving their options. Try the coconut curry served with tandoori marinated tofu or the veggie bean burger served with a healthy helping of avocado. Enjoy alongside a pint of Beavertown’s Gamma Ray or a crisp glass of white wine at this iconic pub in Brighton.
Vegan diners are in for a treat, as the menu at Hove Place features a range of tantalising plant-based options. From the delightful wild mushroom gnocchi to the mouthwatering vegan burger and an array of other tempting delights, there’s something to satisfy every palate. The accommodating staff are happy to cater to specific requests and guests can also refer to the allergen menu, which indicates vegan options and offers flexibility in modifying dishes to suit individual preferences.
New to Brighton at the end of 2019, the menu at Cyan is approx one third plant based. Unique dishes colocasia crisps, pickled daikon and pineapple tatin are all recommended by executive chef Alan White which are all perfectly paired with a glass of vegan sparkling wine by Hindleap. Live cookery at the bar is another reason to visit Cyan, which is located inside the iconic Grand Hotel.
Nestled in the historic Lanes area of Brighton, The Cricketers pub is a slice of Brighton history – is well renowned as the oldest pub in the area! Step into this traditional pub for a laid-back experience, whether you prefer a pint, glass of wine, or your drink of choice. Pair it with their tasty pub-grub, which includes vegan options such as the Vegan ‘Chicken’ Burger. Enjoy the charming ambiance and indulge in good food and drinks at The Cricketers, a beloved establishment that beautifully combines tradition with a modern twist.
Moksha cafe is a much-loved, friendly and family-run destination for brunch and lunch while in the North Laine. If you’re looking for a vegan brunch that isn’t the vegetarian brunch minus the egg (which isn’t the meat brunch minus the sausage) then Moksha is a good place to go. There’s a dedicated vegan menu, full of well thought out alternatives and uniquely plant dishes.
Brighton Cookery School is a fun, interactive and professional way of learning new cooking techniques. Classes run for a minimum of two hours and are all run by professional chefs. Classes are interactive, so you’ll learn on the job, and get to enjoy the fruits of your labours sharing what you’ve prepared at the end of the session. The Brighton Cookery School run regular vegan classes, so whether you’re new to veganism, looking at sharpening up your skills or just enhancing your plant-based repertoire the Brighton Cookery School is for you.
Lost Boys Land reinvents the British chicken shop with their brand of 80s and 90s inspired nostalgia. It’s not the first place you might turn to for vegan food, but they give their vegan burgers and nuggets the same special care and attention they do for the Southern fried chicken they’ve become famed for. More importantly it’s an opportunity for you to get seriously messy with their homemade sauces which really mark them out as a local legend.
Brought to you by the renowned Dishoom, the Permit Room in Brighton, situated in the historic Lanes area, offers Indian small plates and breakfast from 8-11.45am. Catering to vegans, with lots on the menu and many dishes can be made vegan-friendly. Don’t miss the special Jackfruit Berry Pulao, perfectly paired with the Crispy Spinach Chaat. Whether you’re seeking a quick bite, an Indian feast, or just a drink, the Permit Room awaits.
At Al Duomo in the North Laine, all their wood-fired sourdough Brighton pizzas can be made with vegan ‘mozzarella’ style cheese at no extra cost. Making this a good spot for pizza-loving companions of varying dairy dietary dispositions (try saying that three times after an Aperol spritz). There are also good vegan options throughout the whole menu including freshly made pasta dishes and antipasti. There are also vegan options on the kid’s menu for both mains and dessert, so plant-based bambino can join in. Definitely not a vegan restaurant in Brighton, however providing a great vegan menu.
The Ladies Mile pub in Patcham is a beloved community spot, perfect for families, and offers a wide range of dining options. From satisfying lunches to hearty dinners, including the much loved Sunday roast, there’s something for everyone. Vegan diners will be delighted to know that the pub also caters to their dietary needs. By simply calling ahead or speaking to the staff, dishes can be adjusted to suit vegan requirements.
Libation in Hove serves a great selection of cocktails, wine, beer, and delicious food. Whether you’re a plant-based eater or not, they’ve got you covered with their Lebanese falafel, Vegan Empire Burger, and ‘Chicken’ Wrap. Plus, they’re accommodating to dietary preferences – just ask, and some dishes can be made vegan upon request.
Good for vegans pop-ups
Mange Tout at the head of the North Laine is probably best known for relaxed brunches, organic wines and stylish-French inspired modern bistro dining. Vegan supper clubs have begun appearing in their calendar, these are intimate evening events with set menus where the chefs really show off what they can do with good quality pure plant ingredients, skill and creativity. Follow Mange Tout on Instagram for details of events and tickets.
On the second Thursday of each month, their Head Chef, Patcharee puts on a popular Asian-inspired tasting menu consisting of no less than eleven separate dishes from her home country of Thailand. What’s more, the menu is completely vegan and gluten free. Each course is accompanied by vegan friendly wines specially selected by Southdowns Cellars. We advise booking in early to this fantastic occasion!