Larder

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53 Gardener St, Brighton, England, BN1 1UN

This sandwich shop & deli switched to all-vegan in Jan 2017. Offers jacket potatoes, sandwiches, day's soup, salads, chilli, various cakes and muffins. Open Mon-Sun 10:00am-5:00pm.

Categories: Vegan, Fast food, Take-out, Bakery, British, European

14 Reviews

First Review by lorrainian

Breakfast go to... - Edit

Mum & I were looking for brunch & this little gem didn’t disappoint, wonderful food & service (they even introduced my Mum to oatmilk) a small friendly place to enjoy freshly prepared food.

Pros: Food quality, The staff

Cons: None

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vegan plant based no nonsense - Edit

Great selection of plant based vegan meals.
Only one ingredient I asked about
Is processed.
Always gt deals going.
Reasonable prices don't have to spend a fortune.

Pros: plant based no nonsense added

Cons: only con could be it's a small cafe.

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great food and drinks - Edit

Really buzzy atmosphere, friendly staff and delicious food. Lots of mylk options and delicious smoothies, would go back

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great vegan fast food menu - Edit

entirly vegan fast food. A small restaurant.

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A Little Disappointed - Edit

Larder is on bustling Gardner Street and is 100% vegan. I chose an avocado and beetroot toasted sandwich and my husband wanted a jacket potato with dahl, although I messed his order up and he got a dhal platter, with loads of bread, that was not gluten free.

My toasted sandwich was okay and the dhal was just alright, nothing outstanding, but we were starving so tucked in, although hubby left the bread. I was rather disappointed to find that the onion bhajis served with the dhal, came on a bone china plate, surprising for a 100% vegan establishment, maybe they do not know where bone china originates.

Pros: Vegan Menu, Vegan options

Cons: Bone china crockery

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Delicious vegan eats - Edit

This is another great option on Gardner street and I love that they went 100% vegan this year. I tried the deep fried mac and cheese balls (so delicious!) and their amazing Speculoos cake and my friend had an enormous jacket potato.

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nice - Edit

Small place. Only lunch possible. Not so great seats. It's for a fast snack, not really to sit and eat quietly. The food was tasteful. Not extrodaniry, but a fair price for good food.

Pros: fair price for good food

Cons: tiny place with not so great seats

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Nice one - Edit

Cool small place, with quite an extensive menu, mixing and matching dishes together.
I had an enormous stuffed jacket sweet potato with lentil dal, spinach, chutney, and a great crispy chickpea sprinkling on top of it. ( there was probably more in it but i don't remember what)
The toilet is an experience by itself lol.
Nice staf too

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Vegan and Rockin' it! - Edit

Stopped in to try some of the new vegan goods. Had a vegan chili jacket potato with sour cream that was amazing! Savory, fresh veggies, great spice blend. Definitely recommend staying tuned to see what more vegan goodies they create.

Pros: friendly , delicious , great location

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delish - Edit

We came here after seeing the menu which looked very tasty and the food didn't disappoint. I had s chilly platter which was DELICIOUS and I could have easily had another one :) however the service was a little slow and not very friendly.

Pros: delicious food , cheap

Cons: unfriendly and slow service

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Great value - Edit

We enjoyed great value, delicious lunches at Larder. Despite arriving quite late for lunch, we were quickly able to tuck into jacket potato with lentil dahl and a quinoa Buddha bowl, plus cans of apple juice and cucumber and mint to satisfy us.

Pros: Easy to find, Good value , Tasty

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Lovely little find - Edit

As a vegan I was sure I'd have a few options in Brighton when my friend and I visited this weekend - we saw Larder on Happy Cow and decided it was just what we needed for a light lunch. The venue is small but perfectly formed and the menu is a mix of cosy and familiar (jacket spuds, chili and nachos) and the new (avocado, beetroot, coriander and onion chutney toasted sandwich which I had and was lush). Prices were good and the food and home-made smoothies were delicious - my only bit of constructive criticism would be to have bigger side salads as it wasn't quite enough but otherwise 10/10.

Pros: Central, Good selection, Non-pretentious, homely environment

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Great spot for lunch - Edit

Lots of fantastic options, all 100% vegan.
The lentil dhal sandwich was amazing.
Really friendly staff, would highly recommend.

They had both soy and almond milk for coffees and teas and a selection of muffins and cakes

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Excellent food now they have made the transition to 100% vegan - Edit

Great inexpensive meals,friendly staff ,great vibe ,keep up the great work and stay VEGAN!!!!

Pros: Price , Location , Vibe

Cons: N/a

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