British, Traditional Restaurants in Brighton
1. Amberley Castle British, Modern restaurant in Amberley
2021 Review: “A romantic and beautiful ruined medieval castle” – dating from the era when bishops required a fortified residence – makes a “stunning location” for a Brownsword hotel. The food served in the first-floor dining room, under a 12th-century barrel-vaulted ceiling, is generally felt to be “pretty good”, although it (and the service) is “not quite up to a level that matches the setting”. “Afternoon tea served on tiered cake stands in the gardens (complete with a noisy white peacock named Bob)” is a very safe bet.
2. Basketmakers Arms British, Traditional restaurant in Brighton 12 Gloucester Rd - BN1
2021 Review: “Exactly want you want in a pub”, this “snug” Victorian dive in the North Laine area is “reliable, affordable and friendly”, with “good pub grub”. “There’s always a great mix of people here – old men, fresh-faced students and ultra-cool hipsters collide and this gives the place a really welcoming feel” – “even when it’s rammed on weekends”.
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