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Eating and drinking in Brighton

This colourful and outrageous city has easily the best choice of eateries along the south coast and is a particularly great destination for vegetarians.
Brighton Pier has been attracting visitors since 1899

Veggie restaurants


The food at this award-winning café is a treat. The daily changing choices of curries, lasagnes, falafel, enchiladas and quiches are full of flavour and can be washed down with a selection of vegan wines, organic ales and homemade lemonades – all available to take away (iydea.; 17 Kensington Gardens; 9.30am–5.30pm Mon–Sat, from 10am Sun; meals from £4.70).


This legendary restaurant offers a chilled modern space in which to enjoy inventive dishes such as battered halloumi with vodka-spiked plum tomatoes and pea mint hash with pickled quail’s egg. There’s also plenty for vegans. Desserts include the lush truffle brownie (; 71 East St; noon–10.30pm Mon–Fri, 11am–11pm Sat, 11pm–10pm Sun; mains £14.95, three-course set menu £29).

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