A locals pub with traditional charm, Signalman may sit shy of the station and out of the main Brighton bustle but it's got a character and fun-time feel unto its own.
A traditional inn style pub just shy of London Road, Signalman is a den of dated charm. From their library-side tables and island bar to roaring fireplaces, exposed brickwork and traditional awnings, it's a pub how pubs should be. Host to their own bustling beer garden in Brighton, Signalman has a plush plot of tables outside to grab a sprightly Pimm's and indulge in a little summertime boozin' and schmoozin'.
If you're not hankering for their local ales, their cracking selection of bottle beer or their intimate selection of wine then you're down for a gravy slathered Sunday roast or evening meal with chums. Pub food with a little gastro-style flair, Signalman boast a refined collection of palate pleasing dishes from their confit duck leg at £11 to a roast fillet of cod stew at £12 with sides.
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£5.30|
|Bottle of House Wine||£15.75|
|Bottle of Champagne||£20.50|
A word from the chef:
Boasting pub fare with a gastro edge, Signalman promise classic dishes with refined flavours. Try their confit duck leg main at £11 or their slow roast pork belly at £12.
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