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103 North Rd, Brighton, England

Nice food, but prices are levelling with terre a terre

Nice place but a little pricey for what it was. We had a tajine and a roast vegetable dish, both well done but for £14, £15 a main course I'd expect something a bit more special. The puddings were OK, I wasn't sure about the piped sweet potato on the chocolate mouse. Service was pretty slow, the starters came quite fast but we then waited nearly an hour the mains. It's not the place for a romantic dinner though, the tables are pretty small and pretty close - we ended up in conversation with the people on both sides of us.

Drahtgasse 3, Vienna, Austria

Bio Bar von Antun

Really nice and friendly place. The menu is a bit reminicent of veggie food from the 70s though. Good range of puddings, but overall it wasn't cheap.

Rua Xavier da Silveira, 28, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

Great place for lunch

Really near to the beach and easy to find. No one spoke English when I was there but the menu was helpfully colour coded for vegan, gluten free etc. Was a real treat to have some really tasty and well prepared food, it was much more gourmet food than anything else I tried in Rio and reasonably priced. i had a vegan heart of palm quiche which was really tasty. Pity it isn't open in the evenings.

39 Ship St, Brighton, England

Bombay Aloo

If you want to fill up on very, very cheap curry then it's a great place. Most of the curries are very similar though - and generally based on root veg and cabbage. It's not a taste sensation but it is very cheap filling food.

C/ La Marina 71, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife, Spain

Bargain fast food - good for a cheap lunch

Burger and hot dog joint a bit off the beaten track. Had some confusion over what was vegan or not - but one if the staff spoke English. Had a couple of hit dogs, freshly squeezed juices snd some soya puddings. Very much a cheap burger joint, it's not a lovely spot, but good for a quick lunch.

Innrain 2, Innsbruck, Austria

Surprising find

Tapas bar near the market with a surprising entire vegan page on the menu. We had vegan pizza - tomato, walnut, red onion, sesame cream and rocket which was really nice and s vegan ramen - which was also good, but a little too much celery for my liking. Couple of vegan starters and a vegan pudding on the menu too. Helpful staff and seats outside, was a bit smoky inside .

Cardiff Market, St Mary Street, Cardiff, Wales

Handy little takeaway in the market

Market stall in the covered market selling herbs, spices and homemade veggie and vegan food. Had a falafel wrap and a vegan homemade 'bounty bar'. Was a handy find as I was dashing around Cardiff trying to find some vegan lunch. Cheerful friendly staff and very reasonably priced.

London area, North West London, England

Excellent cake

Cute little shop near where Loving Hut used to be. Good range of cakes - we had Apple pie and tiramisu, whuch were both really good. Huge portion of Apple pie. They seem to have a big savoury selection too, we didn't try any - peopl at the other table did have breakfasts, but seem to have left a lot of theirs.

31 Neal Street, Covent Garden, London, England

old school veggie haunt

Food for thought has been here for decades. It's a great little spot - it is tiny though and seating is cramped, it's often quite a squeeze. Food is often currys, pasta bakes etc, filling, tasty but quite 1970s era veggie cooking. I had a spinach and chick pea curry last time I was there. They do a range of meal deals - main with salad, main with pudding etc, which offer good value. Do watch out, if you ask for just the main on its own, you often get just that (ie veggie curry, but no rice for instance). Pudding is generally fruit crumble, which is vegan, but they never do any vegan cream or custard. Why FFF? last time my curry was a bit on the tepid side and my crumble volcanically hot, so some vegan ice cream would have been nice.. but nice little spot if you're in town, you're small and you aren't carrying bags.

Brighton area, Brighton, England

amazing gourmet vegan food

Paula and Sammy great amazing, tasty vegan food. It's certainly the best vegan food I'd ever had, with amazing care and attention to detail. The pop up is small so you have to book in advance, but it's a great atmosphere and a real foodie treat. They have a stall selling take away food on Saturday's at Gardener Street market too.

250 Camden High St, Camden, North West London, England

Touristy spot, but with good vegan choice

Great spot for tourists right by the canal. Some staff are quiet friendly, those servicing were a bit offhand. Good range of stuff, lots vegan. We had a vegsn breakfast snd s veggie burger. Food was all fine, nothing amazing fir the price though. great vegan hot chocolate.

105 Western Rd, Brighton, England

Idyea with tables

I love the one in the north laines but its impossible to get a seat much of the time. This one has a spacious seating area downstairs and upstairs, so no danger of disappointment. Similar idea on the food, order at the counter although this branch you order with the cashier and then the kitchen staff get your food ready, but still pretty quick. All the sides are vegan and most of the cakes too. It's a little bit of a walk down past waitrose so not as handy to get to, but the food's worth the walk.

3 Plender Street, Camden, North West London, England

nice little place

It's pretty small and hot inside but there are a couple of tables outside too. It's slightly different food from other Loving Huts I've been to. We had the Katsu curry which was nice - quite hot though, the fresh juices and milkshakes were good too. Portions were good and the food was pretty well priced. Friendly staff.

Via Paulo Paternostro 7, Palermo, Italy

Handy location and cheap

Handy if you're in the centre shopping. Has long opening hours. Food was a bit hit and miss. Vegan cakes and soya coffees were good. They do an increasingly cheap meal deal 6e for burger, fries, drink and cake. Unfortunately the soya burger was awful - it seemed to have been defrosted rather than actually cooked. The menu is a bit confusing -?they do fish, chicken and vegetarian stuff. Soya burgers come within cheese as standard so you do need to ask for without cheese. Free wifi and a generous seating area though.

56-58 St. Mary Street, Edinburgh, Scotland

Nice spot for a special meal

I was in Edinburgh for work so we booked a table (although the place was fairly quiet that night). Friendly staff, nice food, portions weren't huge but food was well prepared and tasty. My udon noodles were nice and my colleague (who's very much a canirvore) raved about her chickpea koftas. Most of the puddings weren't vegan, but my trio of homemade chocolate ice cream and fruit sorbets were lovely. The place has a welcoming atmosphere and the food was good, rather than mind blowingly amazing, but I very much enjoyed my dinner. Would return if I was back in Edinburgh.

Iskola Utca 31, Budapest, Hungary

Nice friendly little cafe

It's a counter service cafe with a wide range of dishes. Inside is air conditioned and there's a nice little seating area outside. The staff spoke good English, portions were large and the food was cheap. Some of the main courses were a bit school dinnerish - I had a veggie burger with some mixed vegetables and a salad. What was really nice though was the homemade vegan apple strudel.

Calle de Esquivel, Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife, Spain

Nice location, very much fast food

Nice little spot, they do also have a table or two outside, but they're opposite so not that obvious to spot. Do ask what's vegan - it's not clearly labelled or obvious (the tofu burger has blue cheese sauce for instance). Their fresh juices are lovely. They also do a set menu every day (not on the menu though), of main course, small juice, salad and cake. Not all their staff speak English. Stir fry, rice snd salads were nice. And some great pressed juices.

Westbahnstrasse 21, Vienna, Austria

Great little cafe

Found accidently after heading to Loving Hut and finding it closed.
Cute little place, has a range of daily specials and salad plates. Most of the menu was vegan. Guy who runs it was friendly and helped translate menu. Big on local and seasonal food - we had a pumpkin and vegetable Dish with potato and a tomato and cabbage stew, nicely done but not overly exciting . Almond and courgette cake was lovely.

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