The trick to discovering great pubs in Brighton is those found slightly off track. Found within the Seven Dials suburbia, The Chimney House is a charming little retreat for gastro fare and hearty weekend tipples the like.
Whilst their interiors scream of classic pub charm, there's an air of vintage whimsy at The Chimney House that is hard to ignore. From chandeliers made of real antlers and a feature wall brimming with vintage baroque mirrors to their retro furniture and an air of raggedy yet sophisticated charm, The Chimney House is adorably quaint and subtly trendy. Those that fancy a little Vitamin D can also take to their street side tables and watch the time fly by.
From afternoon tea down to a dazzling glass of prosecco, the bar behind The Chimney House is stocked with all your classics. But how about the chow? If you're looking for a little pub food in Brighton with that added dash of gastro flair, The Chimney House is just the destination. From partridge and venison down to hand-cut chips and pickled vegetables, The Chimney House boast unique dishes for a more bespoke palate.
A word from the chef:
Gastro grub is the fanciful pub fare that you can expect The Chimney House. Boasting locally sourced ingredients, The Chimney House strive for a fine and tasty selection of ingredients. Try their roast partridge and fir at £14 or their beer battered whiting for £11.
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