A wholesome enviroment, delicious Scandi-fare and a smorgasbord of live entertainment? Expect that and no less from one of the only Scandinavian pubs in Brighton, Northern Lights.
Independent and run by a group of sprightly international chums, Northern Lights are miles away from the bustle of Brighton chain pubs. Set over two floors, simple in their interiors but boasting dashes of Scandi-charm from rustic tables and murals strewn across the walls to patriotic flags, Northern Lights is wholesome little tucked away boozer in Brighton popular with young locals and the town's Scandinavian residents alike.
Boasting one of the most unique selection of tipples in the city, you can expect a fun-filled bunch of Nordic style fare at Northern Lights. Boasting over 20 different types of vodka including Scandinavia Salmiakki, the smokey wares of Terva - Tar and beers from all over Sweden, Denmark and Finland, you're sure to lock lips with something new every visit. Their grub is Nordic too where smorgasbords, meatballs and Stegt flæsk don't go amiss.
A word from the chef:
Nordic and Scandinavian style fare are the dishes of the day at this independent boozer. Try their traditional meatballs at £9.50 or their Scandi meat and cheese selection for £10.50.
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