This place may be called Foodilic North Street now.
Open now 08:00 - 21:30
$$$$ Price range per person up to £10
2 Dean St, Brighton
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Come to this restaurant to have a meal if you are hungry after gazing at The Clock Tower. The Vegetarian cuisine is on the menu at Foodilic. To taste perfectly cooked vegetable salads, soup and couscous is a truly nice idea. This place may please you with tasty pudding. A selection of good wine or delicious beer is provided to guests. Come here and have great fresh juices, coffee or smoothies.

The friendly staff demonstrates a high level of quality at this spot. Fabulous service is something that people note in their comments. This restaurant offers you fair prices for yummy meals. The fancy decor and cozy atmosphere let clients feel relaxed here. Foodilic gained 4.5 on Trip.

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Best chilli and mash ever!!!
Lovely salads. Good value
Was asked to review it this as it’d recently turned vegan. The first time I went to review it, even though I was booked in - they were closing! this did not bode well, but I went back with an open mind. However, It was lacked heart, a fact that was obvious a matter of weeks later when I learnt on the Vegan Brighton Facebook Group it’s now selling meat again - whilst still advertising they’re vegan - unbelievable!! very disappointing... Review (which wasn’t published) follows:Brighton Foodilic on North Street is a well established and popular restaurant, so we were excited to hear that the Western Road branch has recently become fully vegan. The menu boasts fresh and healthy ingredients with some unusual combinations such as ackee and scrambled tofu for breakfast and a vegan ‘fish’ supper with nori wrapped banana blossom on the evening menu. We were impressed with the colourful salads which were fresh, zingy, tasty and satisfying. I wasn’t personally too keen on the addition of copious amounts of orange zest in the sweet potato salad but my friend loved it. There was plenty of choice with the salads however, so if one doesn’t appeal, it can easily be avoided without leaving a void on your plate. We also tried the aforementioned banana blossom breaded ‘fish’ with sweet potato fries and tartare sauce. The banana blossom has a fibrous texture which was marinated and tasted very good. The nori it’s wrapped in provides the ‘fishy’ taste and the tartare sauce was nicely piquant and complimented the dish very well. The sweet potato fries weren’t bad but a little charred around the edges. We shared a raw carrot cake for dessert and found this to be rather lacking in the joy you want from a cake with a mouthfeel of essentially finely grated carrot, and although the flavours were reminiscent of a carrot cake, the texture really wasn’t and neither of us felt compelled to finish it. I wish I could say more about the menu; we did ask the serving staff a few questions about some of the options but felt they didn’t have the full knowledge the menu deserved. There’s no detailed information regarding the menu on Foodilic’s website either. Overall there were some aspects that Foodilic obviously do really well: their salad fare is well established and deservedly popular and provides a hearty meal in its own right. Other things we felt could do with a little more refinement; particularly the ambience. I understand their busiest times are breakfast and lunch and it was quieter when we visited between 6:30 and 7:30 in the evening, so this may have contributed to our experience but the first thing that hit us when we walked in was the unappetising smell of bleach. Cleaning items such as brooms seemed to be permanently on display. A radio was on in the background and not quite tuned into the station. A radio is a welcome thing in my own kitchen but it didn’t quite hit the right note here. The waiting staff were friendly and keen to help but could do with an investment of time to fill the gaps in their knowledge regarding the menu. Finally, if Foodilic really want to be on point with vegans (and let’s face it, anyone who cares about the environment), they really ought to invest in compostable cups rather than the single use plastic ones they currently use.
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2 Dean St, Brighton, England, United Kingdom
Features
Outdoor seating Takeaway Cash only No Wi-Fi Parking No booking TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 08:00-18:00
MondayMon 08:00-21:30
TuesdayTue 08:00-21:30
WednesdayWed 08:00-21:30
ThursdayThu 08:00-21:30
FridayFri 08:00-21:30
SaturdaySat 08:00-21:30

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