Best Vegan Restaurants In Brighton

Part of the meat-free movement? Your reward is some of the finest restaurants in town. From Indian eateries with fabulous plant-based options to local pubs boasting hearty burger offerings, this area just so happens to be pretty epic when it comes to flavour-packed plates. If you need some inspo, check out the best vegan restaurants in Brighton and Hove. 

Last updated on 11th January 2023

The Dorset

145 user reviews 4

The Dorset is serving a fair share of tasty options for its vegan customers. Try flavoursome jackfruit wings with a BBQ dip or a garden burger made from a protein patty, gherkins and a tangy salsa. If you're feeling thirsty, there's also an awesome drinks menu.

Wahaca Brighton

1089 user reviews 4

A top spot for vegan lunch in Brighton, Wahaca has a mega menu for the meat-free. When you're not admiring the colourful interior, go for anything from bean tostadas and plant-based nachos to mushroom tacos. Got a sweet tooth? Try out the churros served with a hot chocolate shot.

The Tempest Inn

204 user reviews 4

Salivating at the thought of a creamy shroom katsu? We thought as much. If you're in the mood for vegan food on Brighton Beach, The Tempest Inn is a spot to visit. Venture to this joint which has a cool cave interior adorned with lanterns and a whole menu dedicated to Asian-inspired eats. 

Earth & Stars

231 user reviews 5

If you're seeking vegan pub food in Brighton, Earth and Stars are notorious for their roast dinners, but it's great to see that plant-based friends don't go unnoticed. Join this beloved boozer in town for a menu geared towards delicious bites all week long.

Dead Wax Social

100 user reviews 4

For those of you craving vegan pizza, Dead Wax Social has your back. Not only one of the coolest places to grab a slice (or three) in town, but their pizzas also go the extra mile, hosting a myriad of toppings alongside beloved plant-based cheese. 

The first-ever vegan pizzeria in the country, Purezza is a great shout food lovers. Delve into doughy delights, all while pairing them with delicious sides such as courgetti spaghetti or marinated olives. As for drinks? You'll certainly want to explore the 2 for 1 cocktail menu.

The Actors

3 user reviews 4

If it's vegan pizza you're searching for, The Actors is a LGBTQ+ hub fronting a flavour-packed range of song-themed slices. The plant-based Too Mushroom Too Young is bound to get tastebuds tingling with its white wine-sauteed vegetables and balsamic glaze.

When it comes to vegan sushi, Moshimo knows a thing or two about delightful Japanese options. Located in the heart of the city, this top-notch spot offers a wide variety of noodles and flavoursome rolls that are sure to tease and tantalise those tastebuds. 

Looking for vegan restaurants in Hove? Boasting some of the prettiest plates, Six is the perfect place to dine on a special occasion - think date nights or anniversaries alike. Dig into the delicious array of vegan dishes that showcase organic produce and lip-smackin' flavours.

The Prince George

1 user review 4

The Prince George is notoriously known for its vegetarian food offerings, but that doesn't mean that vegans get left at the door. This dog-friendly spot is the perfect destination for tasty eats, such as crispy cauliflower bites drizzled in a moreish hot sauce and falafel burgers. 

Despite being Brighton's king of fried chicken, The Bok Shop is also dedicated to serving some of the best vegan grub. Alongside delicious marinated cauliflower pieces and hefty burgers, the majority of the sides are also 100% plant-based. Booyah.

Known for its culinary flair and dining charm, Terre A Terre has been serving award-winning vegetarian food with a great atmosphere since opening. Head on down for an ample menu and plenty of meat-free treats to go around, from the likes of kimchi to Korean fried cauliflower.