Silo is an attractive looking restaurant located around the lanes in Brighton and close to the station as well. The decor is cool, industrial chic, the clientele young and hip. The most attractive thing about it must be the ethos behind the whole venture, recycling food, having zero waste and sourcing everything locally. Even the furniture is made from materials that would have been otherwise wasted. Respect. The cuisine is mainly British/Mediterranean. There was lots to enjoy in the set dinner menu if you are a vegetarian but you certainly pay for it, as it is quite pricey and upmarket.
GO – If you are a vegetarian or vegan in the company of vegetarians and vegans. Tasty dishes with quality ingredients that are locally sourced…Some dishes play it safe but some are more innovative than others.
DON’T GO – If you are with meat-eaters or short on cash. It is £42 for seven small plates, not including service or drinks. Meat eaters don’t have many options apart from a few dishes that contain bits of fish in the omnivore menu. They probably won’t be happy about paying £6 on average for three pieces of asparagus either.