The Lion and Lobster is an institution offering one of the best pub lunches in Brighton. The menu is eclectic to say the least - beer-battered halloumi, glazed hoisin spring chicken and a falafel waffle all feature, but given the renown that the Lion and Lobster's pub lunch has, it's no doubt all delicious.
Pub Lunches In Brighton
From gastropubs in North Laine to beachfront seafood joints, Brighton has a thriving casual dining scene. Read our recommendations for some of the choicest spots to get a pub lunch in Brighton, because whether it's burgers, pizzas or a Sunday roast you're craving for your afternoon meal, one of these pub picks should help sate your appetite.
This Brighton town centre pub serves good, honest comfort food. Burgers and fries, mac and cheese, nachos, along with a more eclectic collection of small plates including courgette fries and quinoa arancini - the perfect mixture for a seaside pub lunch.
Parked right next to the train station, Grand Central is the perfect place to stop for a pub lunch in Brighton. It has a varied menu that features classics like battered cod and burgers alongside less conventional pub fare like the three bean pulled pork chilli and with all mains under £12 won't break the bank.
Renowned London Road joint, The World's End, has the perfect combo for your pub lunch needs. Get your teeth into a brisket sandwich or chilli cheese dog from the legendary Pitmaster Jack's Bar-B-Q Shack then enjoy some retro gaming while your food digest on one of the pub's classic arcade consoles.
With an extensive food menu of steaks, sandwiches, small plates and sharing platters, The Thomas Kemp offers one of the best pub lunches in Brighton. Serving up everything from crispy pork belly salad, to chorizo mac and cheese, to vegan asparagus and pea tagliatelle, it's one of the heartiest offerings in town.
If it's pizza you're craving for lunch in Brighton, then head to Dead Wax Social and fill your belly with massive sourdough pies by the Pressing Plant Pizza Co. The pizzas come with a variety of toppings and range from £6.50 - £10. Washed down with one of the local and craft beers available at the bar its one of the best pub lunches in town.
Food at The Black Lion is all about getting back to basics. Ingredients are locally sourced and freshly prepared by head chef Gerald Mylius who creates pub lunch classics with a twist at this Brighton bar.