Vegan takeaway Brighton
The rise in the popularity of veganism is showing no signs of stopping, as more people reduce or cut out meat for health, ethics or the environment (or all three). For the best vegan takeaway Brighton has to offer, check these Instagram posts out.
Missing the sunshine after a year indoors? Well if you can’t go to the Mediterranean let it come to you! Nostos in Hove is a modern Greek restaurant serving a mix of classic and contemporary Greek cuisine. There are plenty of vegan options on the menu. This vegan moussaka with lentils and roasted peppers is packed full of the famed health-giving benefits of a Mediterranean diet, as well as the sunny feel-good factor of delicious food. Available on Deliveroo, UberEats or phone in your order and collect direct.
Executive Chef of The Grand has curated a series of finish at home dishes for you to enjoy while restaurants are closed. Proving once again that the plant kingdom is just as capable of delivering decadent delights. The vegan options change seasonally and include such enticing feasts as a delicious dinner and dessert for two of roasted cauliflower with young leeks, pickled mushrooms, crispy taro root, smoked vegan cheese sauce and Norfolk scrapers potatoes with mint vegan butter followed by pineapple tatin with coconut sauce. Simply order direct by 2pm for next day collection.
The Cloak Room are bringing together the epic combination of great local beer from Cloak + Dagger Brewery and intensely smokey and barbecued flavours from Slow + Low Smokehouse. This is proper plant-led food, no substitutes, no “fake meats”, just organic locally sourced produce elevated and intensified in flavour through smoke and fire. Order via UberEats Wednesday to Friday.
Moshimo is one of Brighton’s longest-running restaurants and a pioneer of veganism, having launched its Great Moshimo Vegan Challenge eleven years ago, to highlight the dangers of overfishing; it’s now a major feature in the Brighton foodie calendar. Their vegan sushi boats are a wonder to behold, with vegan salmon and tuna nigiri so convincing they’re constantly having to reassure customers that it is all plant. Order via Deliveroo, Uber Eats or click and collect.
Placing top-three in the Brighton Restaurant Awards Good To Go category for 2020, Curry Leaf Cafe remain a staple go-to for Veganuary. Add tasty craft beer (the perfect accompaniment to Indian cuisine) and know that 10% of sales goes to feeding NHS Keyworkers, for a double helping of feel good.
Have you missed holidays to warmer shores, fantasised about packing it all in and escaping the country, if only you were able to? Well in place of that nice fantasy we think the next best thing is have the warmer shores come to you. Longrain Thai is a new restaurant serving modern Pan-Asian cuisine, with a menu that’s over 80% vegan. Chef, Chandra, is formerly of Food For Friends, so an expert when it comes to plant-led quality dining. Available via Deliveroo
This Vegan Sausage Naan Roll kit is a super brunch or anytime treat, either for yourself, or as a gift. It comes with everything you need to create this much loved dish at home, and easy to follow instructions and needing just a few humble pieces of kitchen equipment to pull together. In no time at all, you’ll be serving a fresh naan filled with Dishoom’s secret recipe, super umami vegan sausages, vegan cream cheese, tomato chilli jam and a side of masala chai, or a deliciously citrusy marmalade mimosa.
Winner of the BRAVO Good to Go award for 2020, you might think Lost Boys Chicken is all about, well, the chicken. But if you’re sharing on delivery costs and on lockdown in a mixed house of meat and plant eaters, no one will lose out on an order from these guys. Vegan options are a jackfruit bean burger, vegan nuggets, chips and vegan slaw. And the best thing about home delivery is you can get properly dirty with these framed saucy bad-boys.
Planet India has been a keen favourite Brighton Indian Restaurant for its mix of quirky, feel-good atmosphere and homemade, pure vegetarian, Indian food. During the lockdown, they have upped their offering from collection only to delivery within a two-mile radius of BN1 and have put together a special, very affordable Coronavirus Curry Special, just £8.50 for a curry and rice. Many dishes are vegan, others can be made so. Serving Tuesday to Saturday from 5 – 9.30 pm, you can see the menu and order here.
Returning to the Honest Burger menu with the solem promise that it’s here to stay the Plant Burger with vegan patty and This Isn’t Bacon is a reformed carnivore’s dream. The towering burger is packed with vegan smoked gouda, shoestring fries, plant-based bacon ketchup, chipotle mayo, spinach and pickles and served with homemade rosemary chips. Order via Deliveroo, UberEats of click and collect direct.
There’s always something to smile about where Smorl’s is concerned. Their delicious houmous will swear you off the wallpaper paste supermarket junk for life and their falafel salad boxes or pittas arm you with healthy salads, pickles, pulses and spices and provides a different taste sensation and combination with each bite. Hooray for houmous! Get yours on Deliveroo or pick up a Smorl’s grab-and-go fridge at the Open Market.
The What The Pitta team have perfected their soy-based dönner kebab wrapped in a freshly baked flatbread and packed with saucy goodness. It’s as close to the authentic 4am kebab experience as you can get before venturing back into the land of mystery meat. Here it is keeping clean living filthy. Delivery or Collection is available 5.00 – 9.30 pm seven days a week.