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My top places to eat in Brighton

There are so many great places to eat in Brighton that are either completely vegan or have a vegan menu/options. In this post, they’ll be a mixture of both because I like to try new places and find new vegan food items. For me, it’s so important to support businesses and their effort to cater for vegans/or people with allergies. I appreciate people adding new items or creating new recipes and hope people will continue to do so, helping our community to grow.



Green Kitchen


Green Kitchen is 100% vegan and one of my top food places. I had breakfast, lunch & dinner from there last week. (Oops ha)

I’m not often by Preston Park where the caf? is located so I get stuff on Deliveroo?mostly but I enjoy eating in too. You can order the entire menu on Deliveroo so if you fancy?breakfast in bed or need a roast to cure that hangover they’ve got you covered. The? BLT with chips, Sunday roast, full English?& their cakes are my favourite things from GK.

I love that they have specials depending on days of the week (roasts on Sundays), holidays (Halloween & Christmas etc) and local events (pride).

[otw_shortcode_quote border_style=”bordered”]Our aim is simple – to provide a varied range of great vegan food in a friendly, inclusive and welcoming environment. [/otw_shortcode_quote]

I highly recommend this place to Brightonians and tourists for amazing food, great atmosphere, staff & prices. They’re also dog-friendly which is a BIG plus! You can check out their menu here

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Small Batch Coffee






I love small batch coffee and quite often grab a cup when I’m out and about. This weekend I was lucky enough to see and try the great vegan food they have to offer as well. I love the sandwiches and cake which all feel very festive and perfect for this time of year.



[otw_shortcode_quote border_style=”bordered”]We don’t just serve coffee, we help produce coffee, we roast coffee, we eat, breathe and sleep coffee. We literally just love coffee because it’s what we do, who we are and who we’ll always be.[/otw_shortcode_quote]

Great atmosphere, great coffee/ food, dog-friendly & reasonable prices.

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Pret a Manger

Pret has always been known as a great lunch spot which has something for everyone. They’ve come in great strides with veggie/vegan stuff – which is great! I would love a veggie pret to have a home in Brighton. Maybe when they’re finished with London they’ll give us one. (here’s hoping!)

Anything with avocado is a firm fav of mine, so is the chocolate pudding & psl. I can’t wait to try their new Christmas sandwich!

Images: Pret

This place is great for lunch to sit in or take away, or even just to grab a Pumpkin spiced latte when you’re passing. Check out their full vegan menu here.

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?Most people know how much I love Purezza and I sing their?praises constantly online. They’re another amazing 100% vegan place that could convert a meat eater or 2 with amazing pizzas.

Pizza isn’t all they do however and they have plenty of choice from pizzas, to burgers & lasagna so you’re really spoilt for choice here. The pizza is definitely my favourite thing to eat here but they do everything incredibly well.


All the starters are to die for and I could happily sit and eat a smorgasbord of breads, cheeses and olives, I love the many options they have.? For the main event the mac and cheese, “one night in Bangkok”?and “cheesus” pizzas are favourites of mine. To finish off the tiramisu is always a crowd pleaser and a firm favourite of mine. For drinks, the coconut water served in a coconut as nature intended and the smoothies are lovely. Even if you’re passing I really recommend grabbing a smoothie from here, they’re delicious and give you a nice boost.



Images: @veganblogger78

[otw_shortcode_quote border_style=”bordered”]Purezza (purity) was founded in 2015, becoming the first vegan pizzeria in the UK. We are plant pioneers, revolutionising Italian food through cruelty-free ingredients. Our aim is simple: to make our plant-based menu superior to the traditional alternatives.[/otw_shortcode_quote]

I highly recommend this place to Brightonians and tourists for amazing vegan Italian food with a flourish, a great atmosphere & friendly staff. You can check out their menu here

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You can see my full review post on Purezza here



I absolutely love fries and this is my favourite fry eatery in the city. It boasts local & Belgium charm, the staff and owners are so friendly and always make you feel welcome, whether it’s your first time or you’re a regular.

The fries are crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside and super delicious. I love all the sauces but the satay, spicy tofu & sambal are my absolute favourites.? I also recommend the tasty dutch drinks.

A great little eatery up from the seafront where you can sit in or take away your fry cup. They also have snacks nights where they serve up other things like fried meats and cheeses (sadly not vegan)

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I’ve always been a huge fan of Asian food and have eaten at Wagamamas for years. Most of their dishes you can adapt to make them vegan easily by excluding meat and eggs. I was so excited by their new vegan menu, it’s absolutely gorgeous and photographs beautifully (a bloggers dream!). I don’t always feel in the mood for wagas because of the intimate seating but I go for the delicious food.

Gyoza and miso are always great accompaniments to a meal, the ramen bowls, pad Thai and curry are my favourites. Lots of people have really rated the curry and I can totally see why. If you haven’t tried the new vegan range yet you must!

[otw_shortcode_quote border_style=”bordered”]at Wagamama we believe in the philosophy of kaizen. kaizen means ‘good change'[/otw_shortcode_quote]


Images: Wagamama

If you love big steaming bowls of ramen & flavourful curries?wagas is always a good shout. You can check out their NEW vegan menu here

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