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Fizz & Food

Terre A Terre

terre a terre

Brighton’s iconic acclaimed restaurant where vegetarianism is more about indulgence than abstinence. Situated in the historic lanes, Terre à Terre has been feeding its loyal customers and international visitors for over 20 years. The Terre à Terre menu offers vegan and gluten free choices. Dining at Terre à Terre is a culinary experience like no other, with intense flavours, sublime textures and a combination of ingredients that few have the imagination or daring to put together.



A brand new and exciting addition to Brighton in November 2015. Named after the year the Vegetarian Society was formed, 1847 Brighton specialises in high quality, locally produced vegetarian, vegan & gluten free dining within their North Laine restaurant.   The basement also houses a super-chic bar area, named Dandelion, serving botanically-based cocktails where clientèle can have an aperitif before dinner or just drop in for a drink or two. A great new addition to the Brighton vegetarian dining scene.

The Moonstone Restaurant

the moonstone restaurant

Road in Hove is the only Sri Lankan restaurant on the south coast, offering a huge selection of vegetarian dishes as well as fish and meat dishes – All freshly prepared by Sri Lankan born chefs. Sri lankan food has Ayurvedic qualities, this means that as well as the food being tasty, the food is also healthy too. So you can have mild, spicy, very spicy, vegan, vegetarian, fish and meat dishes – And much more. A popular venue and well worth the visit to Hove.

Food For Friends

Food for friends

Food For Friends specialise in the art of cooking delicious vegetarian dishes, using fresh and locally sourced ingredients and they have been doing this since 1981. Featured in the Good Food Guide, the well known vegetarian restaurant is located in Brighton’s cosmopolitan and vibrant Lanes, close to the cities main attractions in a delightful glass fronted building almost sea facing. Food For Friends also caters for people with special dietary needs, and have vegan and gluten-free options.

Eat Naked

eat naked

Clean Eats and Protein Treats. Eat Naked are set in the heart of Brighton’s Lanes, serving organic clean eating & vegan deli foods, cold pressed juice & nut milks, clean treats, Climpson & Sons coffee, and quintessential loose leaf tea. Eat Naked truly believe in a nutrient dense, delicious,well-balanced diet and whole foods that nourish the body and have super health benefits. An excellent choice for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Eat in or takeaway. Brought to you via previous chef Masterchef finalist Stacie  Stewart.

Limes Of Lindfield

Limes of Lindfield

On the fourth Thursday of every month, Head Chef, Patcharee, holds a gluten free vegetarian feasting night at Limes of Lindfield. Serving no less than eleven tasting dishes inspired by her home country of Thailand, with accompanying wines, the menu is completely vegan. Here is further information about the vegetarian feast night or subscribe to the Limes newsletter. Situated on the Linden tree lined high street and nestled amongst an eclectic mix of independent shops and stores in the charming village of Lindfield.


V Bites

Described as a Vegan café and vegan shop, then made famous by Heather Mills several years back. VBites offers you a tailored selection of vegan goodies including their very own brand of vegan meats, fish, cheeses, deli pots and their own vegan sauces in a bright and airy venue spread over two floors. Located in the Lanes this vegan venue offers you a great selection of vegan food to eat in or takeaway; popular dishes include their hearty breakfast, Hickory Chick burger and much more…



Iydea is making all the right noises and has fast become a vegetarian favourite in Brighton and Hove according to the voters at the local food awards. The restaurant can be described as modern, but rustic, with lots of wood, evoking a feeling of nature and good honest grub, which is basically what Iydea is all about. iydea has also won the Vegetarian Society’s National Best Eating Out Award as well as winning the best Cafe in recent Brighton & Hove Foodie Awards!

Image by Lucie McAdams at The Glow Within

The Prince George

Prince George

The Prince George, a firm vegetarian favourite is a good old fashioned boozer, with homely nooks and crannies, a little garden, and it is quite famous for its vegetarian menu. Located on Trafalgar Street this charismatic vegetarian stalwart has large oak wooden tables, lots of cosy snugs for group bookings, as well as a heated rear garden. Well known for their delightful Sunday Roasts and of an evening they have been known for their vegetarian street food.

Infinity Food Kitchen

Infinity foods

Natural Sustainable Food is paramount to the Infinity Ethos and it is something you will see throughout their business models. Infinity Foods Kitchen offers a wide range of delicious, fresh and organic vegetarian food inspired by the seasons. Chefs prepare soups and salads daily using natural and locally sourced suppliers in a bright and airey setting. Food available to eat in or takeaway. Part of Infinity Foods market. Vegetarian, vegan and organic.

Wai Kika Moo Kau

wai Kika Moo kau

The home of the healthy indulgence and located in the heart of the North Laine in trendy Kensington Gardens, Brighton. A café inspired with flavours from around the world, Wai Kika Moo Kau specialises in Vegan and vegetarian food. All food is cooked fresh to order and everything is sourced and prepared locally in their kitchen. Serves breakfast and lunches and also offer a great choice on their organic and vegan wines. Comes with speciality coffees and vegan cakes.

Planet India

Planet India

Planet India uniquely positions itself as an Indian vegetarian restaurant and the venue makes you feel like you have just walked into the friendly owner’s home and he has lots of people round for dinner. The ceilings are draped with colourful, sequined Indian Sari’s, and the walls are covered in family photographs in brightly coloured frames in front of pastel coloured walls. This place definitely has a lot of character, and certainly makes you want to keep coming back.

Bombay Aloo

Bombay aloo

Bombay Aloo has been around for absolutely ages and I think we have all tried it before haven’t we? This is the all-you-can-eat vegetarian Indian buffet which features a selection of spiced vegetables and the odd raw food items. The buffet includes five different regional inspired curries and you can eat as much as you like for £4.95, which is ridiculous value for money. Chick Peas Aloo, Tarka Dall, Swede and Mushroom curry are popular favourites on their vegetarian menu.

Joe’s Café

Joe's cafe

Joe’s Cafe is a hidden away, locally run cafe in the Seven Dials area of Brighton. Now under new owners, they have become increasingly popular as more and more people are finding out about their delicious food. In 2014, Joe’s won best breakfast in Brighton (Brighton and Hove Independant), and are now short listed for the best breakfast and best in Cafe in Brighton in 2015 (Brighton Foodie Awards 2015). Not a vegetarian venue, but certainly offers vegetarian options.

Piccolo Brighton

Piccolo's restaurant

Piccolo is one of Brighton´s best-kept secrets. Infused with the romance of Italy, our noisy, bustling Italian restaurant cannot fail to delight with its infectious atmosphere. Located in the historic heart of Brighton city centre, Piccolo Ristorante has become a favorite Italian restaurant of locals and out-of-towners looking for the perfect Italian dining in Brighton. You will be impressed by our ambiance, service and, most importantly, our quality and affordable italian food. The Super Piccolo Brothers´ Restaurant Story, This is a marvelously fresh, original and funny story of two brothers. Going entirely against the grain of a world of mostly boring and predictable Restaurant fare, this one is mostly character driven. In 1988, the two brothers, in their 20´s, started Piccolo Restaurants. Growing up in a Restaurateur Family, they came to these shores determined to make their mark. This once, this while, it is this restaurant. No, not restaurant, but heart. Piccolo´s family are what they serve – too much and delicious.

The Floating Pagoda

Floating Pagoda

If a picture tells a thousand words, here’s a short story. In 1997, an oriental floating restaurant was opened in Brighton Marina. The vision of the Brighton Pagoda was straight out of ancient China. The authentic Chinese design, the calm ambiance and attentive service provide a totally unique dining experience. A fine art gallery displaying beautiful Chinese paintings was added to the lower deck of the restaurant in 2002.   In the Pagoda, we pride ourselves by using only the finest and freshest Ingredients to create dishes which are distinctive and satisfying. Our extensive menu offers exciting and flavorsome dishes combining a variety of all time favorites with some new and innovative recipes. Private parties are our specialty.  We can offer a personal service to help and advice with all your catering requirements.

The Chilli Pickle

The Chilli Pickle

Centrally located, this popular independent restaurant features in our top ten restaurants in Brighton and Hove, boasts a number of awards, and has some very excellent reviews. The menu is inspired from different regions of India. In fact, the owners frequently visit India to research and discover new dishes and fresh inspiration.

Oki Nami

oki nami

The Oki Nami Japanese restaurant is one the longest standing Japanese and Sushi restaurants in the city of Brighton and Hove and will offer you a complete authentic oriental dining and drinking experience. Oki-Nami offer a lunch and dinner menu, including a pre theatre menu.

The Coal Shed

The Coal Shed

The concept is quite unique, take a real charcoal Josper oven, use the freshest and best quality ingredients you can find then cook the ingredients to perfection! Pre Theatre menus available Mon- Fri 12 – 4pm, then Mon – Thurs 6-7pm. 2 Courses £12.50, 3 courses £15. Try their minute steak with beef dripping chips.


Browns Restaurant

Browns restaurant in Brighton serves an excellent range of dishes and drinks and their menus include standard A La Carte, Lunch (2 courses £10), Afternoon tea, a Children’s menu, a Dessert menu, an afternoon tea menu and their superb daily changing specials. The Browns Bar is also a great venue for bar snacks and cocktails.



Brand new for summer 2015 and serving you a slice of Naples on Brighton’s West Street, Nuposto Italian restaurant brings you the real deal Italian pizza with all the smells of authentic Italy. Ideal for a quick bit pre or post theatre. Nuposto is also an ideal venue if you are visiting the Odeon on West Street. Pizzas starting at £5.50 for the authentic real deal pizza from Napoli.

The Jolly Poacher

The Jolly Poacher

The Jolly Poacher on Ditching Road have an early evening menu 6-7pm which is perfect for pre theatre.  2 courses are £14.00 3 courses are just £17.00. With its great quality Modern British Cuisine and its friendly and efficient approach, The Jolly Poacher has been a consistent performer since it launched 3 years to go and it is well worth a visit. Also great for the Duke of York cinema just down the hill.

64 Degrees

64 degrees

Recently hailed by the Guardian as “Food-wise, the most exciting thing to hit Brighton for years, if not ever” 64degrees is the go to social dining hotspot. Conceived by chef and owner Michael Bremner, formerly of 2AA Rosette restaurant Due South and Food for Friends Brighton restaurant of the year 2012.

Al Duomo

al Duomo restaurant

Renowned as a venue for many an occasion, Al Duomo is centrally positioned right next to the historic Royal Pavilion and it caters for small and intimate, while also having the capacity for the grand and the elaborate. Amazing value at £9.95 for  2 course or £12.75 for 3 courses and of of the best Italian restaurants in the city.

Riddle And Fins

Riddle and Fins restaurant

Riddle and Finns is in a wonderful discreet side street called Meeting House Lane, off Brighton’s North Street and it is situated within Brighton’s famous Lanes. Riddle & Finns offer a set menu which changes daily. Pre theatre dining is available at both restaurants from 12 – 7.15pm Mon – Fri. Riddle & Finns is all about classic seafood dishes, marble topped tables, candelabra and chandeliers.

The Mash Tun

The Mash tun Brighton

The Mash Tun in Brighton is one of Brighton’s best-known pubs located in the swanky cultural quarters on the corner of New Road and Church Street and is an excellent affordable Pre-Theatre dining venue. Burger Kult has just returned back to the Mash Tun having enjoyed a short sabbatical and now their burger menu is as enticing as ever with lots of new burger porn names on their insatiable menu. Proper boozer, ideal for pre or post theatre.


Pompoko Brighton

Pompoko’s reputation amongst Brighton locals, for fast, yummy and incredibly good value grub means that there is hardly ever a quiet moment at this super busy pre theatre venue. Pompoko is not an intimate dining experience, and be prepared to sit very close to other diners to get a seat quickly. Pompoko will serve you up a great meal in no time at all, and with all mains for under a fiver, it really is great value for money.