Mouthwatering vegan feast awaits at VegfestUK Brighton 2018

23rd January 2018

VegfestUK events are renowned for their wide repertoire of sumptuous vegan eats that not only showcase the huge diversity of vegan food, but also debunk the long-standing myth that vegan food is dull and tasteless – literally everything you enjoy eating in your everyday life, you can eat vegan, and particularly at these events. However, VegfestUK’s food menu gets ever more inventive at every one of its events, and at the upcoming festival at the Brighton Centre on March 24th 25th 2018, visitors can look forward to a collection of new caterers adding their unique take on vegan cuisine to a glittering existing selection of global street food caterers.

The current food menu from confirmed caterers consists of items that will make your mouth water with glee and will convince many pre-vegans that vegan food is colourful, vibrant and most importantly, delicious.

Bad Boy Vegan Kitchen with French style pastries and Shicken ‘n’ Waffles on their menu

Brownins with a range of flavours from the global African/Caribbean experience of spices and herbs

Cactus Kitchen Gals with their vegan burgers, one of which is crispy jackfruit crab-style patty, on a toasted glazed bun with minted mushy peas, homemade tartar sauce and a wedge of fresh lemon

Damage Limitation is all about delicious freshly made juices and smoothies to help limit the damage of too much cake or booze

Feral Food Store with their popular Southern fried seitan burger

Greek Vegan Deli will serve a vegan range of Mediterranean recipes mostly working on Greek cuisine from all regions of Greece, plus a range of gluten free speciality bread.

Happy Maki is all about taste sensation sushi rolled fresh to order – without the fish! Bursting with fusion fillings our maki rolls are super addictive and healthy too.  Whether you want the Thai Sweet Potato wrap with extra avo, white or brown rice or fully loaded up with wasabi, Happy Maki provides vegan sushi at its best.

Herbivorous draws inspiration from the Californian Vegan fast food scene and their current dishes include: BBQ Pulled Jackfruit Bun served with creamy coleslaw and toasted Cashew nuts; Smokey “Chicken” wrap with mixed zesty beans and a chipotle and paprika mayonnaise; “Chicken”, Doner or Mixed Kebab with Salad, Pickled Chillies, Garlic mayo and Chilli sauce

“Fish” and chips from world-famous international vegan restaurant Loving Hut Express

Olives & Things will be offering freshly prepared Bruschetta’s, using fresh ingredients: basil, tomato, garlic, red onion, olive oil, crushed pepper, Balsamic Vinegar. served on toasted Sour Dough bread (with Glutton free option). with a side of sundried tomatoes, pickled garlic, and mini gherkins.

One Planet Pizza, the UK’s only vegan frozen pizza company, will be serving freshly stretched and prepared hot pizza from their award-winning range. Take your choice of 3 Cheese Margarita and Hawaiian, served with a range of sauces and mayos.

Simply Veg is an Indian takeaway that makes their own curries freshly to order from home. They will be serving up some really special mouth-watering Indian street food, with a special offer of buy 1 get 1 half price.

The Grand Trunk Road Food Stop is a street food company specialising in authentic Indian flavours from the Punjab region. Their menu at the event includes Desi Vegan Burger – made with chickpeas and red kidney beans minced with Indian spices topped with homemade slaw and tamarind sauce between a wholemeal vegan bun.

Vegusto’s sumptuous vegan hot dogs are full of bite, texture and flavour, with a close resemblance to their meat-based counterparts.

World Food will be bringing the amazingly delicious range of home-made totally ‘vegan’, ‘gluten-free’ lentil burgers in a range of flavours all stuffed in a freshly baked traditional flatbread accompanied by a massive range of freshly prepared salads.

More about VegfestUK Brighton 2018

One of Europe’s biggest vegan festivals VegfestUK Brighton returns to the Brighton Centre on March 24th 25th 2018. The festival consists of around 230 stalls including 19 globally inspired food caterers, plus The FxEctive Factor vegan talent contest on Saturday (with a section for musicians and a section for activists), a Veganuary “class of 2018” reunion party on Sunday, on top of The Vegan Academy, talks on Plant-Based Diets: Optimum Health, talks on Plant-Based Diets: Optimum Performance, a Vegan Comedy Festival, a Vegan Activists Corner, an Art Exhibition, Cookery Demos, a Mature Zone and Live Music. Advance tickets will go on sale from January 2018 at

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