Vegan & Veggie Brighton

VEGAN & VEGGIE BRIGHTON

Brighton is well-known for its huge range of vegan and vegetarian eateries around the city. We have gathered a few of our favourites, each utterly unique and incredible. Be sure to get them added to your list!

Home to the very first vegan pizzeria in the UK, Purezza creates their favourite Italian dishes in an ethical and sustainable way. Their food is all plant-based and mostly organic and local.

Moshimo is an award-winning sustainable and ethical Japanese restaurant in the heart of Brighton. The restaurant offers a range of incredible vegan sushi with an incredible Shoji Experience inside.

A seasonal plant based vegan restaurant with local ingredients, and high quality food and wine. The interior and design of the venue is thoughtful and beautiful with their own indoor vertical farm.

Our neighbour’s at The Chilli Pickle offer a range of beautiful vegan and vegetarian dishes, inspired by the flavours of India. Choose to have in the bright and colourful restaurant, or order from their website and enjoy in the comfort of your room!

You can’t come to the seaside and not have fish & chips. The No Catch Co are Brighton’s newest vegan fish & chip shop. With an ethical take on the traditional concept, they have everything from smoked haddock to prawns and calamari, vegan style.

Starting as a small market stall in 2016, The Vurger Co. quickly progressed to pop-ups, events and then went onto opening up their first restaurant in 2018. The vegan burger establishment offers an extensive menu with a range of choices, textures and flavours.

Brighton’s newest plant-based Japanese restaurant with a seasonal menu taking you on a journey through Japan’s botanical flavours. The venue itself hosts a living blossom tree and beautiful, wooden details.

A spectacularly colourful experience. The interiors of Flower Burger host psychedelic graphics and playful lights, inspiring the bright buns which range from turmeric yellow to charcoal black. A unique and joyful experience.

One of the city’s first vegetarian restaurants, Terre a Terre has become an icon in Brighton with a unique culinary experience. Since 1993, the restaurant has been creating innovative, ethical and sustainable dishes.