Friendly place. We ended up there with the kids, staff are fabulous and so are the guests there. If you are looking for a place to have lunch I Brighton you should consider this one. Quick pints also great.
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Normally this is a pub of choice for town but our last visit was awful. Daughters sausage did not look cooked at all, and first lot had a hair. Second try looked like it wasn't cooked again the inside of the sausage was very unappetising...More
This is a tired and dated pub on appearance, but the staff are very friendly, and the food is excellent. Freshly made and highly recommended. We had the Glamorgan Sausages with roast cauliflower (which was actually vegetarian, though did not know that when I ordered),...More
I have to say the staff were excellent, friendly and helpful with quick attentive service. The pub itself is very tired and needs a lick of paint and some new furniture as the seats were uncomfortable, cushions that had seen better days and tables sticky...More
This pub came highly recommended on Trip Advisor so I decided to check it out! Firstly the roasts are only about £10 which is the low end of the scale which is why I'm forgiving of the food quality. The carrots were the best I've...More
Had lunch in here. Have visited pub a number of times in the past, only ate this time. Food is good value, nice portion sizes and supper tasty. Staff are helpful and friendly What more do you need ?
Visiting Brighton and looking for somewhere to have a pint and eat before going to a comedy gig we came across this superb 'proper' pub with good ale choice and food that is way above big standard pub food- try the ham hock fritters. Atmosphere...More