Harden's survey result
“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)”.
“Casual but special!” – that’s how legions of locals see this “unfailing” Hove gastropub (part of the local Gingerman empire), which, despite the odd accusation that it’s “overpriced”, wins a hymn of praise for its “effortless” service and “consistently excellent” cooking.
The Ginger Pig Restaurant Diner Reviews
"A really buzzy gastropub - maybe a bit too much as it was a bank holiday. The food was good if not very exciting but the staff made up for any deficiencies. Wished we had one in Twickenham."
"Good quality food - which has improved under new head chef Robin Koerst (formerly of the Set in Brighton). The grill items are particularly good. However, a recent refurb has left the atmosphere a little austere."
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