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Review: We visited this twice last weekend and both times have nothing but praise for the food, I am vegan, my husband vegetarian and my friend an omnivore and we all loved the food we had. My husband and friend both enjoyed the 'All Day Vegetarian Breakfast' which was huge and, they said, delicious. I had a vegan 'Deli Wrap' one day and a 'Squash Curry' the next day and both were also plentiful and delicious (personally I would make the curry a little spicier but I know they have to cater for everyone). The place also has a great choice of juices and beer/wine/cider and a good range of hot drinks with the chance to buy a second cup for a Â£1.00. They had several wonderful looking vegan cakes and both days I had a scrumptious coffee and walnut. The prices were all very reasonable too. The only complaint I would make is on the second visit (a Sunday) they seemed to have less staff working and I had to wait around twenty minutes to order my dessert (just a piece of cake) and then half an hour for them to bring it afterwards. It's a real pity as otherwise I would have given the place five stars. I can understand food taking a long time to cook when busy but to cut a piece of cake and put it on a plate should not take so long. The sad thing is people were being turned away because there were no tables and we were taking one up for much longer than needed waiting for the cake. This didn't happen on the first visit so I can only presume it was a staffing issue. The only other gripe is for a place called 'Why Kick a Moo Cow' it is odd that it does serve dairy and even odder that they charge 20p more if you want soya milk in your drink. Perhaps they should think on that one. All in all though, we loved the places and will go there again when next in Brighton.