This latest addition to my ‘Recent Vegan Eats in Brighton’ series, consists of amazing Thai and Korean food. Although all three of these are omni, they most certainly cater very well for vegans and have clear vegan sections or marked vegan dishes on their menu.
Namul is a healthy Korean Bibimbap restaurant and takeaway in the North Lanes. As well as bibimbap, they serve bento boxes, sushi and sweet treats too. The food is so fresh and their vegan options are clearly labelled too, which is really handy and reassuring. We usually go for their bento boxes, but this time went for their bibimbap- I will definitely be ordering again! I went for the aubergine and mixed veggies option with black rice and black sesame sauce. Chris went for the pan-fried tofu with mixed veggies bibimbap with Korean soy sauce.
Kempthai is a Brighton based Thai takeaway. It’s one of my, if not my favourite, takeaway in Brighton! The food is always so fresh, full of flavour and always gets delivered really quickly. They have many vegan options, so it can be difficult choosing sometimes. This time, we went for pad thai noodles, masaman curry, coconut rice ( a must at any Thai restaurant!) and satay tofu skewers.
I’ve mentioned Sabai Thai before, but it really is amazing here and definitely one our favourite places to eat in Brighton. It’s reasonably priced, always super delicious and we always leave with happy bellies! As always, we got the summer spring rolls with peanut sauce for starter and for the mains I had the spicy tofu salad and Chris went for the masaman curry.
It’s really awesome to have so much choice, veganism certainly isn’t restrictive! 🙂