A vegetarian pub in Brighton? You shouldn't expect anything so rare in such a diversely rich city. From its animal friendly pub fare to its traditional interiors, this cosy North Laine nook is popular for more than just its green grub.
Rich in its interiors, The Prince George is a charming blend of the traditional with the bespoke. From its broody emerald green hues and hand carved wooden bar down to its plush velvet bar stools, exposed brickwork and baroque wallpaper, there's an air of pub chic to The Prince George. And whilst its back garden may be petite, this botanical, fairy light clad nook is a cosy retreat from the bustle of the Brighton streets, even with elbows touching elbows.
Hailed by PETA themselves as one of the top 10 vegetarian friendly pubs in the UK thanks to chef Malcolm Ingram, The Prince George serve only animal friendly fare; From primavera patties to baked burittos. But what about something light and liquid to wash it all down with? Boasting a sweet selection of Sussex Ales, The Prince George is still hitting all of the right notes for those with hop inclined tastes.
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A word from the chef:
One of the most interesting things about the pub food at The Prince George? It's completely and utterly vegetarian. From a primavera bean burger at £8.50 to a baked vegetarian burrito £8.95, this PETA rated pub in Brighton is coming up with some cracking animal friendly fare.
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