Harden's survey result
This “Hove stalwart” (part of the local Gingerman group) scores well for its “great atmosphere, dependably good food and attentive staff” – locals reckon “the Pig can hold its own against some of Brighton’s more hyped recent openings”. The recent addition of boutique hotel-style bedrooms makes it useful for an overnight break.
“Not overly precious, but beautiful cooking” (and in “generous portions”) is the hallmark of this “always dependable”, “helpful and friendly” Hove gastroboozer from the local Gingerman group. A recent “refit has made the interior more modern”, as well as adding 11 boutique bedrooms upstairs.
“I love this pub!” – The Gingerman group’s Hove hostelry remains Brighton’s most popular gastropub. “Everything works: staff are very helpful, there are great roasts, perfectly cooked veg, rabbit or similar game that makes me so happy; and then there’s the pies... I’m going weak at the knees… if there is a heaven...”
“Always dependable” – a Hove boozer that’s a favourite component of the local Gingerman empire; “a very attractive place”, it combines “very friendly staff” and “quality gastropub fare (rabbit, pâté, pies etc. all good, delicious desserts too)”.
|Wine per bottle||£24.00|
3 Hove St, Brighton, BN3 2TR
lunch noon - 2 pm, 4 pm Sat & Sun, dinner 6.30 pm - 10 pm
Last orders: 10 pm, Sun 9 pm