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Terre a Terre
71 East Street

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Chic and trendy vegetarian restaurant near Brighton Pavillion and the lanes, popular with the business clients and ladies who lunch. The menu is exciting and innovative a million miles away from 70's 'rabbit food'. The owners are currently preparing their own cookery book with the restaurants most popular recipes. There a is good selection of organic wines, beers and ciders. Whats Cooking: Delicious nibbles such as herb infused feta; soy steeped deep fried hoi sin sesame toasted tofu or sherry and balsamic vinegar coated sun-dried tomatoes, sodden socca - saffron, thyme and orange zest, drenched deep fried chick pea and sesame socca served with charred and marinated artichoke, aubergine, capsicum, courgette and onion with muhammara puree; Zhuganoush - chargrilled aubergine sole with griddled minted halloumi and roast red pepper with lemon doused leaves and a warm poached egg dashed with Zhuganoush and balsamic and roast red pepper dressing with deep fried lavash tandoor bread crisps.

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