Terre a Terre, Brighton (Brighton) Reviews
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Newest Review: ... their tapas selection, chunky chips and a carafe of wine for £36 altogether. We went for the white wine option - a Puglian un-oaked chardonnay described as 'peachy' on the menu. We thought it delicious, on the fruity side, but very drinkable. The tapas selection arrived and a lot of work had gone into the preparation and presentation of it. Milo went through each dish with us explaining ... more
Customer Terre a Terre, Brighton (Brighton) Reviews (3)
by - written on 04/10/11, updated on 04/10/11 (Very useful, 62 readings)
I had wanted to try Brighton's Terre a Terre, a long standing, quirky vegetarian restaurant, for many years. A recent weekend break gave me the opportunity and to avoid disappointment I booked online for a Sunday night visit. This was a quick, painless procedure with both an e-mail and a SMS confirmation appearing in the appropriate in-box within minutes. The restaurant has been going for 17 years and has won a host of local and national awards and accolades. When we arrived we were seated immediately, the restaurant was only about half full (although it has quite a large space and goes back a lot further than you realise) so we had a bit of choice and got a four seater . Read the complete review
by - written on 26/06/09 (Useful, 17 readings)
We booked into Terre a Terre last week, we were on our Honeymoon and my new Hubby thought it would be nice to take me to a Vegetarian restaurant as generally when we eat out there are only a couple of vege choices on the menu, and we like to eat out a lot! I have to say that this place is fantastic, I couldn't decide what to eat, a liked the whole menu, so we went for the Tapas menu deal that included wine and deserts. The organic wine was supurb, and the Tapas that came quickly after couldn't be faulted. The selection was perfect and hopefully the receipe book thats due out later in the year will be even better. The service second to none. The restaurant was very .. Read the complete review
by - written on 18/04/05, updated on 20/04/05 (Very useful, 402 readings)
As a fomer student in Brighton, a frequnt visitor and a vegetarian food lover, I wish to comment on how Brighton caters for vegetarians. In short, Brighton is a fantastic place to be if you are Vegetarian. There are a whole range of cafes and restuarants which will cater for you needs. For the purpose of this review, I will comment simply on completely vegetarian eateries, but if you are in the mood for wandering, simply stroll through the North or South lanes and see what you can find, you won't be disappointed; if you wish to plan, follow my advice bellow. Bombay Aloo Indian Vegetarian Restaurant 39, Ship St, Brighton, East Sussex ... Read the complete review
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