All Reviews by LauraFox
39 Ship St, Brighton, England
cheap meal out
I visited Bombay Aloo in March 09, i stopped by to get a take out box- cheap food, although what was on offer was a bit samey, i tried 2 of the curries and couldnt tell the difference! Staff were helpful and if i remember right it was only the korma and naan bread that wasn't vegan. Good if you want a cheap meal but i won't be rushing back.
21 Gardner St, North Laine, East Sussex, UK, Brighton, England
Wish we lived nearer!
We visited Red Veg in Feb 09. My boyfriend loves this place and would eat here every day if he lived closer! Good value food. I would recommend to anyone the onion rings and sweetcorn. Only bad point is they seemed to not keep tabs on stock and had run out of things we wanted on 2 visits there. Would definetly recommend though and we will be returning next time we are down that way!
36 Goodramgate, York, England
Great Food - November 2011
I've visited Goji a few times since it opened. Mainly to take away - the vegan hotdogs (My daughter loves them). This little cafe has great potential- the last few times I've been it's been really busy, people have been waiting for a table. Luckily I was wanting take out but service at the counter was slow (maybe just because the cafe was busy?).
The food is great - the hotdogs are freshly cooked, I overheard one of the waitresses saying that they didn't use microwaves. The cakes are amazing. They have vegan wraps, vegan hotdogs, soup, salad, bread, quiche all available to take out.
One item my boyfriend was not happy about was the mushroom burger he ordered to take out. It was £4.50, when he got it outside he was disappointed to find that all he had gotten for his money was a mushroom (albeit a rather large one) in a bun. It didn't explain on the takeaway menu that that was all it was and had it said that he would have gone for the hotdog instead (which was cheaper!).
50 Gardner St, Brighton, Brighton, England
maybe a tad expensive
We visited infinity foods cafe twice on our recent trip to Brighton. The breakfasts here are amazing, and although maybe a little highly priced is definetly worth it. My boyfriend tried a sandwich which i think was sausage and onion and that go the thumbs up from him. From what i've heard, it can get busy. We got there early on and it was quiet both times. Good cake selection- waitress even rang the person who made the cakes to double check it was vegan. which sadly for me it wasn't- someone had put the wrong label on it :( Quite a good range on menu. Friendly staff.
24 Central Rd, Leeds, England
expensive but good as a treat
Lovely place, great atmosphere, menu is well labelled with vegan options. Expensive but you get a good portion for the price. Helpful staff.
125 Gloucester Road, East Sussex, UK, Brighton, England
would not go back on a sunday
We visited the Eagle on a sunday lunch time to get sunday lunch, vegan options were nut roast and sausages. Portions were reaosnably sized and service was quick. However on the down side, It was very busy and very very noisy- from the music and people trying to talk over the music, we couldn't hear ourselves and couldn't relax cos we were perched on a table next to the sauces/napkins. Shame really. Wouldn't go back on a Sunday but would possibly on another day if it was a lot quieter.
80b Newland Avenue, East Yorkshire, UK, Hull, England
I visited Zoo cafe earlier this month and was very happy with my experience there. There were a few vegan options on the menu- I had the vegan burger.
It was great value at £15 for both me and my partner to eat and have one drink each.
The cafe has a laidback atmosphere.It's somewhere you could go and meet your friends or take a laptop to do some work on or sit and read. (there is some comfy seating there)
The staff were lovely- my boyfriend wanted houmous on his burger and the lady who served us popped out for some more lemons so she could make it fresh- nothing was too much trouble.
We will definitely return when next in Hull.
11a Kensington Gardens, Brighton, England
Check it out for yourself
I have to say i stumbled across this place before i read the reviews. Had i read them i would have probably stayed clear of it. I found the staff to be very helpful- the menu was clearly labelled with vegan and what could come as vegan if you wanted it to, we had the vegan fry up and it was lovely! The prices were reasonable too. We arrived there first thing when it opened so it wasn't busy, but it did become busy as we left, so i can understand why people sometimes have to wait for a table. Overall, I would visit again if near brighton.