Just had a week in Brighton and called into this place a three times having seen it in the good beer guide. The beer on each occasion was spot on...why anybody drinks craft beer when you can get cask ale this good beats me! We...More
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Great little pub tucked away in the North Laines. Gets very busy, if you want to eat you might have to wait for a table. Food is very nice. Real Ales and great atmosphere.
We visit this pub every time we're in Brighton. The atmosphere is great. The clientele are all ages. Dogs can come in with their owners. There are tins on the walls for you to put little notes and find them when you're next there. The...More
We lunched on Barnsley chop with an amazing tomato and mint salsa, and we shared a cheeseboard. It was the best food we have ever eaten in a pub. The place could do with a facelift but the food, ambiance and selection of beers made...More
Has to go to Brighton for work and we were looking for somewhere traditional to stop off and have a drink and something to eat. Stumbled across it through a cute alley way. Customers appeared to be regulars which can be a little daunting and...More
As well as the superb atmosphere and ales, I'd just like to praise possibly the sandwich I've ever tasted!...I think it was the Reuben (Pastrami, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, mustard, & gherkins on brown)...I've had a few Reubens in my time including all over America &...More
We visited here on a fairly busy Saturday afternoon. We ordered a number of snacks of which the quality was good. It did however take a long time to come (Around 1 hour) and one of the dishes was forgotten. However it was no problem...More