Food For Friends
Imagine a large variety of fresh organic vegetarian foods prepared just for you. In Food For Friends – Brighton’s restaurant, you can sip a glass of rosé in relative comfort and silence. Brighton’s Lanes are crowded with people shopping at all hours, but it still feels like a small escape from the rest of the world, a place where anyone can find what they need without having to leave their sphere.
Food For Friends is the perfect spot to go for an intimate and laid back meal, with its serene decor made up of whitewashed wood panels, pale grey walls adorned with delicate floral patterns and bespoke lighting. From their cosy nooks inside the restaurant or on one of their picturesque outdoor plots – no matter what location you choose it’s sure to be exactly how you imagined dinner out should feel: casual yet modernistic.
One of the most innovative vegetarian restaurants in Brighton, Food For Friends has been catering to hungry punters for 40 years. With fresh and locally sourced ingredients as well as dishes on their menu that are vegan or gluten-free, this is a great place to go if you’re looking for a great dining experience!
A Modern Take on Vegetarian Cuisine
The menu pulls from classic flavours while offering updated twists on each dish so it can cater to every palate’s desires – whether they’re looking for global cuisine or something uniquely British- inspired!
At this restaurant, they offer food influenced by Middle Eastern, North African, and Mediterranean cuisines. There are many ways of adapting this type of cooking to accommodate dairy-free or gluten-free diets!
You’re sure to get your fill of hearty and delicious plates at this restaurant, from the appetizers that will make you want more when they arrive on the table to those big meals that’ll keep you full for days.
Among the food that we ordered is the Baba Ganoush, which is an eggplant dish with garlic sauce, olives or olive oil mayonnaise. The food was always generous in size no matter what you ordered so be careful before ordering too much! You can’t go wrong with Thai sweetcorn fritters and goats’ cheese tartlets. We had them as appetizers.
The main course was outstanding, and the chefs don’t overload you with too many complex dishes. I ordered grilled halloumi. The potato curry is one of their nightly specials- trust me when I say that you’ll need to try this rich, satisfying meal at least once in your lifetime!
The service at this restaurant, in particular, is impeccable because from beginning to end everything ran smoothly: they accommodated my dietary restrictions even when I wasn’t sure what it would entail; checked up every 2 minutes or so throughout our meal just to make sure everything’s going well.
Sophisticated vegetarian restaurant serving innovative dishes and offering seasonal set menus.
Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · Delivery
Address: 17-18 Prince Albert St, Brighton BN1 1HF
GPS: 50.82133366707223, -0.14095783068799855
Phone: 01273 202310