Our vegetarian food tour in Brighton is very unique. In fact, it is the only one of its kind in the city that operates daily. One of the first vegetarian restaurants in Brighton, Food for Friends, opened their doors in the early 80s. Undoubtedly, there was not a lot of competition at that time. For instance, the only other places that served food without meat were Indian eateries with buffets and the Buddhist Centre. In contrast, today Brighton can crown itself as the capital of the vegetarian food scene.
In general, Brits have reduced meat consumption over the past years. Equally, people have also become more conscious about what they eat. On the whole, Brighton has a wide range of restaurants, pubs and food trucks, that serve vegetarian food. As a result, there are a variety of option to choose from. For instance, from high-end to street food, and anything in between. Therefore. Join us on this vegetarian food tour, so you can scratch the surface of those exciting meatless options.
Brighton is without a doubt the number one place to visit outside London. First, there a lot of fun and cool things to do in this quirky city. Second, it is also the place where everything is possible. In general, it only takes 1 hour from London Victoria or 1 hour 20 minutes from St. Pancras by train. Besides, ‘London by the sea’, which is Brighton’s nickname, is just a 35 minutes ride from Gatwick Airport. Therefore, its location is perfect for a city break or day trip from London.
There is not much left from the original fishing village Brighton one was. In contrast, you can still admire much of the city’s 18th and 19th-century charm. For instance, different architectural styles and majestic buildings. This is what makes Brighton such a special place. Whether you travel solo, as a family or as a group of friends, there is always something to do. Any reason is a good reason to visit.
Our Brighton vegetarian food tour starts from the entrance of the St. Bartholomew’s Church, which is near Brighton Station. You can do the tour either in the morning or in the afternoon. First, we start with a brief introduction and what you can expect on this tour. Second, we make our way to the central city. There you learn about Brighton and get to see famous Brighton landmarks and must-visit areas. For instance the North Laine, Brighton Dome, the Royal Pavilion, graffiti street and The Lanes to name a few. We do change our routes as we also cover areas beyond the centre. For instance, Hove and Kemptown. Therefore, tours are never the same.
Last but not least, during this walking tour for vegetarian foodies, we make some stops at local establishments and shops. It is an absolute must to tickle your taste buds and have some tasters. Just like the eclectic mix of cultures in this coastal city, this colourful mix also reflects in the food scene. We aim to support local, small Brighton businesses. Owners are more than happy to share their story with you as well.
Mouth-watering tasters are for example homemade cooking, Indian street food, chocolate, cream tea and home-brew delicacies. This tour finishes in the centre or at a location outside central Brighton, that is walking distance or only a short bus ride. This tour is a must-do on your bucket list if you are a foodie. We also have a vegan option available.
A private Booking of our vegetarian food tour is possible. For example, if you wish to do this tour at a time of your choice. Or equally, if you want a different language than English. Hence, a private tour is a good option. Similarly, this is also the best alternative if you do not want any other participants. For example, if you travel with your family or friends. Additionally, it is also an option if there are not enough people. Just select ‘Book a Private Tour’ upon checkout. An additional fee applies. By the same token, special rates are available for groups of 10 or more. For any tour related questions, please call us on +44 (0) 7783 152151 or fill out our contact form. We get back to you as soon as possible.
|All year round|
|Monday||10:00 am or 1:30 pm|
|Tuesday||10:00 am or 1:30 pm|
|Wednesday||10:00 am or 1:30 pm|
|Thursday||10:00 am or 1:30 pm|
|Friday||10:00 am or 1:30 pm|
|Saturday||10:00 am or 1:30 pm|
|Sunday||10:00 am or 1:30 pm|
|Last Admission||1:30 pm|