Set in the heart of Brighton’s historic Lanes, The Plant Room offers a contemporary setting to relax and unwind with friends, boasting an amazing outdoor seating area. Enjoy a hand crafted coffee by our experienced baristas and a mouth watering selection of vegetarian and vegan foods.
Wai Kika Moo Kau in Brighton serves breakfast and lunch, coffees and cakes, fresh fruit smoothies and milkshakes, a selection of herbal teas, organic wines & beers, freshly squeezed fruit juices, and much more… Come and enjoy the international flavours of Wai Kika Moo Kau, ’cause there is no udder like us.
We offer a wide range of delicious, freshly cooked, organic vegetarian food to the Brighton community. Our food is inspired by seasonal variety and infused with a diversity of cultural and culinary tradition, available to eat in or take away. The café is a light, airy and open plan with ample seating on two levels. In summer and on hot sunny days, tall, ‘French’ doors can be opened out into the street where there is extra outside seating. Extra space upstairs offers ideal people-watching opportunities out onto the street below as well as housing regular exhibitions from local artists and printmakers. There is wheelchair access to our ground floor which has a seating area but our toilets are only accessible by a flight of stairs. Please phone us if you have any queries. We have high-chairs for kids and baby changing facilities. We provide free internet access to our customers but cannot guarantee this during our busy periods (12-2pm). There are gluten-free options on our menu, but please bear in mind that our dishes are made in a kitchen that contains wheat. We do our best to avoid cross-contamination but if your are coeliac, please advise us before ordering.
Welcome to Terre à Terre, Brighton’s iconic and acclaimed restaurant where vegetarianism is more about indulgence than abstinence. Situated in the historic lanes, just a stone’s throw from Brighton Beach Terre à Terre has been feeding its loyal customers and international visitors for 20 years. Eating with us will stimulate your mind as well as your taste buds and we believe it will change the way you view vegetarian cuisine forever.
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