Where to eat… Bus Stop, Brighton


I’ve never had particularly good experiences with caribbean food. There tends to only be about one, maybe two options, and it’s just not my type of food.

I was pleasantly surprised by Bus Stop. It is a small restaurant, and was really busy, so i would recommend booking.

The veggie options (for main) are:

  • The Beanie Bowl – a medley of 10 different beans stewed with yam, plantain, pumpkin, sweet potato, tomato, thyme, scotch bonnet and coconut milk. Served with herb toast.
  • Chickpea Veggie Wrap – Chickpea patty served in a wrap with roasted red peppers, lettuce and homemade tomato relish. With spicy fries or salad.
  • Pumpkin and Dhal Roti – Curried squash, potato and chana dhal bean medley. Served with picked cucumber, a mango tamarind chutney and dhal puri roti,

I chose the pumpkin and dhal roti, served in roti (you can have it on the side). It was big. You definitely won’t go hungry here, It was as good a curry as i’ve had, and it was well spiced. There is also a big selection of cocktails, if you like that kind of thing!

Eat Without The Meat rating: 7/10

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