CLOSED: Seasons of Lewes

Overall rating: 4.0 stars 6 Reviews
Family run restaurant. Outside catering available. Take home food from the freezer. All food made daily on the premises, using as much local organic produce as possible. Close to the top of School Hill, High Street, near to War Memorial. Reported closed to HappyCow. Price: Moderate more-less
Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Organic, Take Out
199 High St, Lewes, East Sussex
Lewes, England BN7 2NS

Open Wed-Sat 10am-5pm. Closed Tues.



First Review by cakefox
  • vegan

Lovely place!

5 Posted on 04 / 27 / 2010

When we entered this place it made us feel like being in a veggie place back in the 70s. Everyone was so laid back and relaxed. The lady serving us was very helpful to tell us what was vegan and also gave us good tips on where to go to eat out in other places in Britain. The hot chocolate was made with oat milk instead of soy and tasted delicious. We also had flap jacks and a vegan apple and apricot crumble with soy ice cream.
There is a book shelf with a lot of interesting books on veg*an Britain, cooking, healing with plants etc. Perfect to spend a couple of hours with chocolate/tea just reading and enjoying the atmosphere.
When we wanted to come back the next Monday to have lunch there we discovered it wasn't open on Mondays.

Pros: decent prices, friendly service, atmosphere and colours
  • vegetarian

Lots of niceness

4 Posted on 12 / 14 / 2009

Situated in a small basement restaurant Seasons provides a distinct feel and enchantment rarely replicated in other vegetarian restaurants. A care and affection radiates in its tight confines, created by friendly staff and a calm, relaxed ambience, uniquely retaining the idiosyncratic Lewes charm.

The food is fairly priced and, in line with the atmosphere, is home cooked and wholesome. Vegans are well catered for, although the menu is by no means vast, and as one of few vegetarian options in Lewes it is well worth a visit.

Pros: Cosy, Organic, Unique
Cons: A bit too cosy


  • vegan

Small but good food

3 Posted on 12 / 02 / 2009

Small and cramped - needed to share a table with others.
Good selection of organic, vegetarian foods - many of them vegan. But not a vegan restaurant as the website suggests.
Good portions. Fair price - not cheap.
But well done to Seasons for being the only vegetarian restaurant in the area. Please open a branch in Eastbourne!

Pros: Healthy food, Friendly
Cons: Not cheap, Cramped
Phil X
Phil X
  • vegan

Good food and atmosphere

4 Posted on 08 / 18 / 2009

Small, independent and with a sort of homely feel. The restaurant isn't completely vegan as the listing suggests however there are number of vegan options on the menu.

It was nice to see good varied number of dishes on the menu, I had a very nice goulash with tofu.

Pros: Good food, Reasonable price, Friendly staff
Cons: On the small side, In a basement, steps only access
  • vegan

Nice atmosphere

4 Posted on 10 / 13 / 2008

This is quite a small restaurant so be expected to share tables at busy times. The food is homely but very tasty and generous portions along with lots of vegan options.

I liked the "community spirt" backed by friendly staff but it is not the place to go if you want an intimate romantic meal. Now that the Snowdrop Inn in Lewes no longer has a good vegan range this is the only decent place for vegans to eat in town.

Pros: Generous portions, Friendly service
Cons: Lack of spare tables


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