Eating in Brighton: Going veggie at Terre á TerreMonday, 1 July 2013
|'Peeking Buns' stuffed with Szechuan halloumi|
Despite this, I find myself a bit of a fair-weather vegetarian at the moment, at home anyway. This is mostly down to the people I live with, two of whom are veggie. So it's just easier to go with the flow, and devour steak after steak when they're gone.
But when we're out for dinner, or I'm with another vegetarian, I often feel bad for them. In Ireland especially (or maybe in the North West) there are often plenty of great meaty options, but nothing too inspiring for them. Usually it's some kind of pasta, or stir fry. In short, something that can be thrown together in the kitchen without any hassle.
This isn't the case in Brighton, land of the vegetarians. I'd often heard good things about Terre á Terre, the vegetarian restaurant in the Laines. I'd wanted to go for a while, but never quite gotten around to it. So when I was over recently for the festivals, I was happy to head along for dinner.