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. 

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Last updated on 16th July 2024

The Pump House

If you're looking for a traditional experience from your next pub lunch, be sure to check out The Pump House on Market Street. This old-school boozer dates back to 1766, even featuring a stone fireplace with a carving from the original owner. Take a seat in their comfy leather booths to enjoy a classic British menu of hand-pulled lamb shank shepherd's pie, salmon and dill fishcakes or a plant-based burger topped with pink pickled onions, washed down with a pint or two of cask ale.

The Kemp

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.

St George's Inn

Sometimes you can't beat a good ol' pub lunch, so be sure to head to St George's Inn in Kemptown for some top-notch bites. Choose from beer-battered haddock goujons with tartare sauce and charred lemon, or opt for a fried chicken burger with cheese, spiced tomato chutney.