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London, England, United Kingdom
April 23, 2011
From journal Spring at the Seaside
by Cheryl Morgan
June 23, 2001
Food for Friends is deep in The Lanes, and seems to have been made by knocking several small shops together. It is something of a warren inside, but actually that gives it a rather intimate atmosphere. When you are eating you can only see 2 or 3 other tables, not 20. The only real problems are finding the front door to begin with, and finding your way out afterwards.
There is no table service, you buy your food at the counter on your way in which, for those of us not used to vegetarian food (myself included), provides a useful opportunity to see what you are getting. The food is good too, and cheap.
If you are worried about health or political fanatics, fear not. For all its organic posturing, Food for Friends looks like it is vegetarian restaurant for reasons of fashion more than anything. It doesn't ban smoking, and it advertises power breakfasts with unlimited coffee refills just like any American restaurant.
From journal Brighton Festival