Looking for a new vegan café or restaurant to visit while in Brighton? Check out this list for the top 6 places to eat.

Wai Kika Moo Kau

Located in the North Laine, this cute little café serves a great selection of vegetarian and vegan food, perfect for a lunch date with friends, a morning coffee or a delicious breakfast. The atmosphere is casual, with wooden tables and friendly staff. The food options range from wraps, burritos, salads, breakfasts and wonderful cakes. Most of the items on the menu are vegan or have a vegan option. So, treat yourself to a wholesome, healthy meal next time you’re wondering around the lanes searching for some lunch, for a reasonable price, too.

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Loving Hut

Loving Hut offers delicious vegan food in several locations across the UK, with its Brighton branch being located in Gardner street. All of the menu items are made from plant-based ingredients, and the restaurant specialises in Asian style dishes. However, if you fancy something different, there are other options such as burgers or breakfasts. Loving hut pride themselves on their food being ‘good for you, good for the animals and good for the environment.’ So, go along with your friends and family to enjoy delicious food, while also caring for the planet.

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Nowhere man

Nowhere man is becoming well known within the Brighton community for its delicious vegan pancakes. Despite being an ordinary coffee shop serving bagels, cakes and drinks, they have a great range of vegan items, and can cater many of their drinks and dishes to vegan diets. Their dark chocolate and banana pancakes (vegan and gluten free) are practically Instagram famous, with excited customers snapping pictures of their luscious looking plates at every opportunity. Find this café on Upper North street, and enjoy the relaxed, fun atmosphere.

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Green Kitchen

Green kitchen, located on Preston road Brighton, is a small independent café serving an all-vegan menu. Their extensive range of food is exciting and flavoursome, and they even offer a special Sunday roast menu. Go along on a cold, miserable day for a hearty Sunday lunch, or maybe a fresh, cool smoothie after a walk in the sunshine. The café is dog friendly, so you could even enjoy the outing with your furry friend.

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Happy Maki Sushi

Big sushi fan? Look no further, because Happy Maki Sushi is a wonderful vegan sushi bar, located right near the seafront. Their flavoursome sushi rolls are packed with vegetables, fish / meat alternatives and sauces. You may also want to try their drinks, such as their ‘banana mylkshake’ made with hazelnut milk, bananas and cinnamon. This restaurant will certainly get your taste buds tingling, and is perfect for an environmentally conscious sushi lover.

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The Longhouse Café

Perfect for brunch, the Longhouse café is a quirky place to visit in Brighton. With a fully plant-based menu, the café boasts an interesting array of nutritious, colourful and healthy dishes. Go along to enjoy some avocado on toast, fluffy pancakes or homemade soup. Located just a short walk away from the Level, it’s the perfect place to stop before hitting the beach or the shops.

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Cover photo sourced from the Longhouse Café website.