Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Brighton

Brighton’s vegetarian dining scene is thriving. Dedicated veggie eateries have been a thing here since the early 80’s, with a string of fresh and exciting restaurants adding to an impressive legacy ever since. Serving up buttermilk halloumi treats, tahini-marinated roasted aubergines and roasted butternut squash burgers right across the city, here’s our pick for the best vegetarian restaurants in Brighton.


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The New Club

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This beachfront eatery finds room for a delicious veggie-friendly burger among its American comfort-food riches. Get comfortable at one of the most prized dining locations in Brighton and seek out the Market Green Burger; a mouth-watering patty cramming roasted butternut squash and spinich, toasted cashewnuts, chili jam and gherkin burger sauce between its brioche bun foundations.

One of the more indulgent veggie-friendly restaurants in Brighton comes in the form of Terre A Terre. Neatly positioned in the heart of the Lanes, these guys are here to change the way you view veggie cuisine for good. The menu is a spectacular affair awash with smoked tofu, buttermilk halloumi and sake-baked aubergine, each dish as immaculately presented as the last. There's a handy takeaway menu serving canapes, tapas and salads if you're pressed for time.

The Prince George

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Charming and personal, the prized vegetarian menu is The Prince George's pride and joy. Ideal for settling in after a day grazing the North Laines, this boozer serves everything from wraps to roast beetroot risotto, with a dedicated Mexican section for good measure. The Prince George doesn't hold back on the beer front either, serving real ales from the breadth of the county.

There's a focus on communal eating at Brighton's original veggie restaurant. It's been plating up innovative, unusual flavour combinations since 1981 and recently took up its place in the Good Food Guide of 2015. Come for honest and carefully curated grub like the haloumi and portobello burgers and tahini-marinated roasted aubergine; there's a lovely spread of cocktails and wine in support.