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48 Hove St,  Brighton & Hove

BN3 2DH

01273 206578

Area of Brighton & Hove: Hove


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Facilities

  • Serves FoodServes Food
  • Has Garden/Outside SeatingGarden/Outside Seating
  • Children WelcomeChildren Welcome
  • Disabled AccessDisabled Access
  • Dogs Are AllowedDogs Allowed
  • Free WIFIWIFI
  • Serves CocktailsServes Cocktails

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Ratings

Your Ratings
Overall:
3.8/5 (4 Votes)
1 5
Food:
5.0/5 (2 Votes)
1 5
Atmosphere:
4.3/5 (3 Votes)
1 5
Beer Quality:
5.0/5 (3 Votes)
1 5
Drinks Selection:

(real ales, wine etc)

4.0/5 (3 Votes)
1 5

Near By Pubs

Nearest first: The Ginger Pig, The Foragers, The Seafield Inn, The Urchin, The Sussex, The Better Half

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Reviews

07/01/2011 22:50:49

Reviewed by:
Anonymous

Went there the other night for some food and a few drinks. Had tried previously and was rammed. This time around, a Thursday night, got a table easily whilst still being a decent amount of people in.

The decor, atmosphere, toilets etc all good. The pub has been redone well, has a nice city to feel to it (albeit the edge of the city).

Had a minor shock at the price of Peroni: £4.10 a pint. Not as if Peroni is anything special, can be bought for bugger all from the offy. So advised to stick to Amstel!

The food is pretty expensive for pub. Starts at about £11 up to £19 or so. This is comparable to the Ginger Pig just down the road which is ambitious as the food in the Ginger Pig, in my opinion, is probably the best pub food in Brighton & Hove.

The food was fairly good by pub standards. Although I left feeling the whole experience was overpriced for what it was. £13 for my fish dish and £4.20 a pint wasn't entirely justified.

Probably a good place to go if you got kids.

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28/12/2009 08:12:40

Reviewed by:
Anonymous

Recently refurbished to a very high standard whilst retaining a proper pub feel. Great organic food and open log fire makes this a new hot place for Brighton and Hove. I was unable to get a table last week because they we're so busy. Great to see an independent operator keep the unique feel of this landmark pub. Also good to see that kids and dogs are both very welcome.

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21/08/2009 06:43:21

Reviewed by:
Anonymous

This pub is probably the best in the area compared to the exorbitant prices one has to pay in George street eg: The Slug or the Le Lion Dior.Of course Wetherspoon's is also in George street but that pub only seems to cater for the down and outs and unwashed and its staff is VERY unfriendly to say the least.The Connaught on the other hand is a friendly and a clean pub. The staff are always nice and pleased to welcome you and the beer is good.

Maybe the Seafield in Church Road should take note of this as one has to wash one's hands after leaving it arggh ! never again.

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