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This little gem of a restaurant is tucked away in the Seven Dials neighborhood in Brighton, England, but don't miss it! It's delicious! All-day breakfast and amazing coffee! What's not to love?!
I was so pleasantly surprised to find this adorable little place. It's a popular local spot, has a cozy and inviting atmosphere, and is well-known for serving really tasty vegan and vegetarian food, along with fresh juices, teas and coffees.
all day breakfast
They serve breakfast all day, which is pretty awesome, because anytime is a good time for breakfast. Especially when you sleep super late like me and are usually looking for breakfast when everyone else is looking for lunch. You should always be able to get breakfast when you want it! Liberate breakfast!
I had a soy latte here that may have been the creamiest, most delicious one yet. Loved sipping it out on the cheery bright green outdoor tables and chairs.
The Almond Tree has so many delicious items on their menu such as soups, salads, sandwiches, and desserts! Their menu changes often with new specials.
Luckily I was staying right around the corner form this place and loved walking past and seeing what interesting things were on the menu and the cute hand-drawn chalk board outside always made me smile.
When I stopped in for a bite, I was especially happy to find some rare vegan finds on the menu such as vegan tuna salad and a vegan BLT. Wow! Vegan tuna can sometimes be a hit or miss and this place rocked it! Great texture, fantastic flavors, and served with the freshest vegetables.
The tempeh in the BLT was cooked to perfection, giving the sandwich an exquisite savory flavor and just the right combination of textures. And it was served on thick whole grain bread that was so moist, chewy and delicious that I easily could've eaten an entire loaf. Nom.
vegan tuna salad
Such a pleasant experience to sit outside and enjoy ever-sunny Brighton in the cute 'hood of Seven Dials, quite aptly named for it's famously bizarre intersection of roads.
This neighborhood is a little quieter and less hectic that most others in the city so it's actually a very pleasant place to hang out and spend some time. Definitely worth checking out.
Visit The Almond Tree Cafe at 109c Dyke Road in Seven Dials in Brighton.