Fantastic service, great food and great bar staff (especially George). 👐🏼 The chicken and the falafel burgers were top notch, definitely recommend!
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We ate at the Preston Park Tavern this week, and I ordered the catch of the day. It was one tiny sea bream fillet and six very small slices of sauteed potato. It had a lovely remoulade with it and the sauces were very tasty....More
As an Aussie visiting good friends in Brighton, just had a great night at PPT. Terrific food, exceptional & prompt service, good range of craft beers & ciders and easy, friendly atmosphere and reasonably priced. Dog friendly too. Well worth a visit if you're down...More
We live locally and avoid the pub at all costs every weekend as it is overrun with unruly children. Parents simply don't care about their children's behaviour and the effect this has on other people. No regard whatsoever. We went on Monday night for a...More
Good fish and chips. Attentive, engaging staff. Sunshine. Does it get any better than this in England?
Went up here on a Saturday afternoon, thought I had walked into a crèche, small loud children everywhere, screaming and running around, this is not a pub. I don't go to pubs to have to endure other people's kids, the place was chaos, turned around...More
This pub used to be such a great venue for lunch, serving delicious food. But those days are long gone. My mum lives locally, so we've tried it twice recently and both times were hugely disappointed. We won't be going back. And judging by how...More
A year ago I had the Sunday Roast of Pork Belly and it was fantastic. This time however, it was a different story. The gaggle of conspiratorial 'bar staff' behind counter gave me the immediate impression that their time was important than mine. Without a...More
There were nine of us, including two children and a baby. We had a great time, the service was friendly, relaxed, unhurried, and engagingly tolerant. The drinks were good value, £15 for a bottle of decent wine, and the food was truly excellent. The vegetarian...More