Infinity Foods Kitchen

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50 Gardner St, Brighton, Brighton, England, BN1 1UN

Brighton veggie restaurant. Offers changing special. Closed entire Sept month 2014 for refurbishment. Vegan except for dairy milk for coffee. Open Mon-Sat 9:00am-5:00pm, Sun 10:00am-4:00pm.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Organic, Fast food, Take-out, British

Reviews (38)

First Review by Foxtrot

Fantastic food, great value - Edit

We were in Brighton for our dog's ct scan, popped into Vegetarian Shoe shop at long last and it was a toss-up between Infinity Foods Kitchen and Iydea for lunch. As Infinity serves all organic food and is a workers co-operative, we decided to go here and were very glad we did.

All the dishes were vegan on the day we went and I had the chilli and dahl with wholemeal rice and coleslaw and my partner had the same with the addition of courgette fritters. All of these dishes were really tasty and great value. We had a selection of cakes for desert, all of which were amazing. A pot of Earl Grey tea was great, but the real star of the day was the golden turmeric latte (plant based milk), which has to be the best hot drink I've ever tasted.
Tasty and healthy food, organic, a workers co-operative run on ethical grounds, vegan (mostly) and great value: what's not to like?

Pros: Great food and drinks, great value, Organic, environmentally and ethically aware, Workers co-operative

Cons: Not wholly vegan

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Fast, friendly and yummy - Edit

Recently stopped in and got an amazing vegan mac and cheese with some tasty sides. Fast friendly service and good price for a gigantic amount of food! Two thumbs up!

Pros: tasty food, friendly service , good prices

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lots of vegan options - Edit

A good variety of options, seating outside and possibly upstairs too.

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Lovely Spot - Edit

Amazing workers co-op for a shop with a huge selection of wholefoods and cakes and snacks for veggies and vegans.

The cafe around the corner is a bright clean environment stocking many of those snacks and great breakfast offering. Scrambled tofu, beans and mushrooms were my choice with toast.

Had to pay extra for coffee with my breakfast special which was surprising but food was excellent. Lovely vegan cakes on offer

Pros: Good breakfast options, Nice cakes, Very clean

Cons: Little pricey

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A Restaurant Without Food - Edit

We tried to eat here on Saturday afternoon at 2.30, and tried to order the All Day Breakfast, with no success -- they had run out. I think they don't quite understand the "All Day" concept. We saw that two other dishes had Sold Out too, and that there were only some pathetic little bits of salad left in the corners of the trays. It was as if John Cleese was behind the counter: "You want food? Oh, I'm sorry, some people came in earlier and ate everything. Quite rude of them, really, but there you are!

Pros: None, really. What would you think?

Cons: Everything.

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A good pitstop - Edit

Saturdays in Brighton are BUSY which means many of the small cafes fill up fast. We'd hoped to try nearby Idyea but it was full so we wandered down the road until we found Infinity Foods Kitchen.

Here, we ordered a thali each (£9) and took it up to the busy seating area upstairs (there are also a couple of stools downstairs and some outdoor seating available). The food was good - big portions, variety of textures, subtly spiced flavours, a poppadom on top. Plus the crunchy slaw, two dressings and sticky spiced nuts added texture to the lentil dhal and cauliflower curry.

If you're looking for an authentic Indian thali you might want to go elsewhere but as a quick, tasty and filling lunch in nice surroundings with friendly people you can't go wrong here.

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A tad disappointing - Edit

Visited in December 2016, each having the full vegan 'all day breakfast'. The cafe itself is rather stark, with bare board walls upstairs and no attempt at comfort in seating. Cannot vouch for other food on this visit, but the breakfast was not brilliant, overly reliant on a pile of devilled tofu accompanied by a 'sausage' which seemed to be made from the same stuff. The coffee was very bitter (I always drink black, so know a nice coffee!). View over the street from our bench upstairs sort of made up for lack of atmosphere in the cafe itself.

Pros: Reliable food options, Good location, Reasonably priced

Cons: A bit bare for my liking, Food could be a bit better thought out, Noisy from other diners upstairs

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Outstanding food - Edit

Great freshly prepared food with very original offer that changes over the days. The lunch deal (one main with 2 sides) for 8,50£ is definitely worth it.

There are also sandwiches to take away.

Very centric, lovely food and great staff.

Pros: Great variety, Homemade food, Lunch deal

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Normal food, delicious cakes - Edit

Today I tried Infinity Foods Kitchen for the first time. The raw avocado and coconut cake was delicious!

I also tried one stew so I can't say, that all of them would be the same, but this one wasn't something exciting to come back for, just simple stew as I would eat at home, only more expensive :D

As there are lots of great reviews I think I will come back to try something else.

Updated from previous review on 2016-11-08

Pros: Delicious cakes

Cons: A bit pricy for simple food

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Vegan options - Edit

A big shame that they are still supporting the dairy industry, and the abuse of the animals and the environment, that comes with it :-(

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Great vegan scones - Edit

Ate here today, nice little place with outside seating to watch the world go by down the Lanes. We ate vegan scones with jam & a pot of tea. Very reasonably priced. Lots of tasty food to choose from. Would definitely go back.

Pros: Cakes

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Great lunch options - Edit

Nice to have a choice of vegan sandwiches as well as salads and jacket potatoes. Cake options too. Great for lunch.

Pros: Vegan sandwiches, Vegan Cake, Friendly staff

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great food! - Edit

Had a hugh mezze plate, really good food, best quality, nice prize.
The bistro is small, but has a good view on the crowdy old town lane.

Pros: fresh, vegan, tasty

Cons: small

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Bit disappointed since the refurb - Edit

They had a refurb last year, I used to love this place. There seems to be less seats and the menu is harder to work out. I had spinach and mushroom on toast last time. It was a bit bland and the toast very soogy. I've had it before and really liked it.

Pros: Good range of vegan options , Friendly staff

Cons: Menu isn't that clear , But bland sometimes

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My number one in Brighton - Edit

This is my favourite eatery in Brighton. With its superb, tasty, mouth-watering vegetarian food and excellent service!

What else could one want?

Pros: Food is perfect, Great atmosphere, Value

Cons: None

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Best carrot cake ever! - Edit

My favorite vegan carrot cake! i can't say anything less than Thank You to whoever makes it! :)

Pros: great vegan options, friendly staff

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Lovely vegan breakfast/brunch - Edit

I came here with a local friend on her recommendation for vegan breakfast/brunch and loved it. I had some really tasty scrambled tofu and portobello mushroom with roasted polenta slices, but was intrigued by the delicious full vegan breakfast my friend had. I also thoroughly enjoyed their peanut butter and pistachio vegan cheesecake! I would definitely go here again.

Pros: Amazing vegan breakfasts, Tasty coffee, Nice space and atmosphere

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Only Cake - Edit

Great place but the only desserts they have are cake. Cake is bread. I don't want bread for dessert. I want custards, puddings, pies - anything that is not cake. The bakewell tart is cake with too much icing on top.

Pros: nice place

Cons: only cake

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Fantastic hearty food! - Edit

This is a great place for fresh and flavoursome food, with good portion sizes. Good daily selection and nice staff

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welcome to infinity foods cafe - Edit

very good vegan food.
not only classic english breakfast with vegan sausages, also the sandwiches are great and don't try to finish that vegan chocolate cake after you've had a complete breakfast. you'll fail! :)
still, you'll be happy to have the cake with you in a nice paper take away box when you feel hungry again during the day.

super friendly staff, i felt completely comfortable.

Pros: vegan breakfast, cakes and juices, staff

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Good quality! - Edit

This cafe has nice premises, I especially like the upstairs seating where you are away from noise and can look out at the quirky street below. There is a good selection both in food, cakes and tea.
All ingredients are organic, and almost all the dishes are vegan. I usually go here for cake, because they do sugar free cakes, but the food is splendid as well.
And they have wifi, which is not always the case in Brighton.

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Finally some variety in vegan cakes! - Edit

As a vegan it's hard to find anything but a vegan chocolate or cheese cake, a muffin or flapjack anywhere. Even vegetarian restaurants often have a *very* limited chioce of vegan desserts. Obviously it's different at vegan restaurants and cafes but also at Infinity Foods Cafe.

I was so overwhelmed by the choice that I ordered the weirdest sounding cake: the lime, coconut & passion fruit cake. It was very silly of me. I just had this very childish impulse to take something I can't get anywhere else while in fact I don't like passion fruit and the combination with coconut and lime doesn't sound appealing to me either. So, obviously, I didn't actually like the cake but that was definitely not the fault of the place nor of the cake. It was a good cake - it tasted fresh and definitely of passion fruit, coconut and lime. If you like these ingredients I'm sure you'll love the cake.

Pros: excellent selection of vegan cakes

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Mmmmmm :) - Edit

A good hearty, tasty lunch and wonderful desserts (with a large selection). Almost everything is vegan and the staff are very friendly! Whenever I am in Brighton, I practically camp outside of their door until they open at noon.

Pros: Great food, Friendly staff, Great value

Cons: Limited opening hours

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Nice restaurant - Edit

I went to this restaurant with a meat-eater and we both appreciated the vegan blt sandwich with homemade potato wedges and salad. The vegan cake was nice too!

Pros: Good food, good value, nice place

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I liked it! - Edit

We went to Infinity Foods Cafe for lunch in September 2010. I had a plate of salad which was delicious and some potato wedges. We've eaten there before and it seems consistently good. My only reservation is there is no table service and if you're out shopping alone it's quite difficult to balance shopping and your tray whilst climbing the stairs to find a table.

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excellent little cafe! - Edit

This cafe offers a good selection of breakfast, lunch and cake options. The all day breakfast is always very tasty and comes with a free cup of tea before 12.00pm. There are many vegan cakes to choose from, none of which ever disappoint. The food is all or mostly organic and there are fresh salads and sandwiches which you can eat in or take out. Although a small cafe, there is a seating area upstairs and some seats outside if you want to watch the world go by. The staff are always friendly and helpful. Would definitely recommend this if you are visiting Brighton. There is also an Infinity Health shop at the end of the road where they sell lots of health food/veg and vegan items as well as fresh bread and organic veg.

Pros: tasty food, reasonable prices, chilled out

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Loving Infinity - Edit

lovely fresh vibrant vegi and vegan food.
all organic and home made. the most expensive meal is £7.15 for an individual organic beautiful mezze platter. dolmades,falafel,chargrilled vegetables,dips,fresh salad,breads from the infinity artisan bakery.
just amazing.
AND sublime hand made raw chocolate and almond cake. wowee
friendly helpful and happy staff.
such a great place for vegis,vegan,gluten and wheat free-ers.
YUMM

Pros: tasty, affordable, ethical

Cons: more outside seating please

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