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This “iconic vegetarian”, founded 25 years ago, is “still the best veggie restaurant in the country” – its “extraordinary”, “original and inventive” global-fusion cooking being “worth a special trip to Brighton”, even for omnivores. Top Tip: “afternoon tea of savoury buns, muffins, sweet cakes and scones – all stunningly presented and described in extravagant tongue-in-cheek detail – tastes as good as it looks!”
“Still Mecca for vegetarians” – this “creative and superb” Lanes legend provides cooking that’s “refreshingly different to the usual boring veggie dishes” and is arguably “the best non-meat cuisine in the country”. “When I first heard about it, I wasn’t particularly excited, but all aspects of our evening were amazing – I’ve eaten at the Connaught but our experience surpassed that!”
“Still the best vegetarian restaurant in Britain even after so many years!” – this “unfailing” Lanes “icon” as ever attracts a huge volume of commentary. “Dishes are unique, creative – look fantastic and taste amazing”, and deliver “a spectacular array of flavours, incorporating so many different aspects of texture and smell.”
“The best veggie in the World!” – practically no-one (meat-eaters included) has a bad word to say about this “amazingly inventive” Lanes fixture, whose “slightly bonkers” creations are “always spectacular” – “I’d never heard of most of the ingredients, but all the dishes tasted amazing!”
Terre à Terre, Brighton's iconic acclaimed restaurant where vegetarianism is more about indulgence than abstinence. Situated in the historic lanes,Terre à Terre has been feeding its loyal customers and international visitors for over 23 years. Eating with us will stimulate your mind as well as your taste buds and we believe it will change the way you view vegetarian cuisine forever.
Terre Ã Terre Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Best Vegetarian restaurant I've been in for a long time. Lovely flavours, excellent (but limited) choice of starters and mains. Wine list is also short but full of interesting wines. Not cheap (£90 for two including a bottle of wine) but worth it for the experience."