The City I call home and one of the rising stars of the vegan food scene. If you like London but find it too crowded then Brighton is a great compromise. It’s very much like a ‘London by the sea’ and has so many great restaurants and cafes.
My favourite places in no particular order
Moshimo – Bartholomew Square, Brighton, BN1 1JS
If you love good Japanese food then you absolutely must visit one of my all-time favourite restaurants. It’s not all sushi and it has a classy feel while still making you feel right at home. The mock duck and sushi boat ara must, they’re amazing. This is how sushi should should always be eaten when it looks this good.
Purezza – 12 St James’s Street, Brighton, BN2 1RE
The ultimate carb lovers paradise, I have loved this restaurant for years since before their London branch existed. If cheese and pizza is your thing you’ll love it here and if not they’ve still got you covered. Don’t forget to try their incredible cheesy dough balls and tiramisu.
Green Kitchen – 8 Preston Road, Brighton, BN1 4QF
This lovely little cafe is tucked away by Preston Park and has some of the best food in Brighton. They even make and sell their own bacon! Which is amazing btw (some of my fav vegan bacon). They do everything from a Sunday roast to burgers and pancakes. The full English or the Sunday roast and my favourite juice (Carrot, apple, beetroot & ginger) are what I usually stop in for. They usually have some delicious sweet treats from Rosina Makes at the counter as well which I can never resist.
Smorl’s – Open Market at Marshall’s Row, Brighton BN1 4JU
If you’re obsessed with hummus then we can be friends, and also you’ll love Smorl’s. Their passion is hummus, good vegan food & being mindful of
Ginger & Dobbs – 31 East St, Shoreham-by-Sea BN43 5ZD
This is one of my favourite places which I’m so lucky to have
Cactus Kitchen Girls –
Time For Kimchi –
La Choza –
Cafe Rust –
Boho Gelato –
What The Pitta –
The Hope & Ruin –
Small Batch Coffee –
The Flour Pot Bakery –
Y’ariba Y’ariba –
Pizza Hut –
Papa Johns –