Gastro Pubs in Brighton
Gastro pubs, where the food is made with true care. While we're not saying that the rest of Brighton pubs don't take extreme care over their menu, it's that these boozers have gone a step further than the rest with their bespoke menus, crafty creations and lavish ingredients. From a sweet selection of hearty Sunday roasts to a vivacious plate of veggies, these gastro pubs boast some premium grub. Check out our recommendations for some of the best gastro pubs in Brighton and get your mitts on some of the best chow in town.
Whilst it may look like a mass of beer gardens, bespoke dining rooms and rooftop terrace, the grub at The Lion and Lobster stands out in our minds. From their catch of the day and Harvey's beer battered haddock to traditional coq au vin, the food here is hearty, filling and affordable. What more could you want from a gastro pub in Brighton.
Pub by name, gastro pub by nature. Found in the heart of the city and part of the infamous Hotel Du Vin, Pub Du Vin is no place for those who like their grub as cheap as chips. From some of the best burgers in the city to a sumptuous selection of Sussex meat, Pub Du Vin think about the food first and everything else later, but not too much later mind. From date nights to special events, there's plenty on offer at this charming gastro pub in Brighton.
Part of the ever popular Ginger's chain, The Ginger Dog is one of their most renowned venues. More refined than your average Brighton boozer, The Ginger Dog is a den of class and high-style fare. From their rich, red banquette seating down to their locally sourced dishes, The Ginger Dog are thoughtful in everything they do. Try their pan fried sea bass or their goats cheese starter to indulge in Ginger's gastro grub or classic British dishes and seaside flavours.
Another of Brighton's secret gems, many haven't heard of The Chimney House or even tasted their great dishes. Found in the suburbia of Seven Dials, this is a charming little boozer with a kitchen of gastro greatness. From their vintage decor and dated furniture down to their classic dishes, The Chimney House don't mark crazy modernism, but they do mark contemporary cooking. Tuck into partridge, venison and hand-cut chips.
If you've asked anyone about roast dinners in Brighton, you've likely heard the words 'Earth and Stars' flutter from their lips. While the entirety of their menu isn't necessarily bespoke, these Sunday roast dinners are as gastro and grand as any. One of the busiest Sunday spots in the city, Earth and Stars are pleasing punters with their plates of Sussex pork belly, South Downs lamb shank and veggie pastry parcels.