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  • malc hales
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    Basketmakers Arms,Gloucester Road, North Lanes. Best pub in Brighton for real ale & food.

    Premier Icon vinnyeh
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    terre a terre – menu might be a bit fussy for some, but it's worth a go just to see what can be done with vegetarian food.

    Premier Icon wwaswas
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    anything decent's going to be booked solid with the labour conference ont his week, I'd imagine 🙁

    2nd terre a terre though.
    Ginger Pig along the seafront in Hove is good if you struggle for a table (or Ginger Fox over the downs if you want to travel a bit). Royal Oak at Poynings is good to for soemthign further afield.

    As the title says where to? Staying in the middle by the seafront
    thanks

    conference finishes Thursday,so hopefully they'll have p.o by the weekend

    bigsi
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    The Meadows is excelent for a nice meal and they do an early evening special 2/3 course menu, you need to book early though.

    http://www.themeadowrestaurant.co.uk/

    woodsman
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    There is absolutely loads of options, just avoid the street with all the amusements and chavy clubs, plenty of places to eat and drink. Lion and Lobster towards the Hove end of town but still feels central, great Dark Star beer, food upstairs although I did hear that they had a kitchen fire recently!

    Or if you don't want to book, go to North Laine's, beer in the Cricketers and if there isn't a queue, Jamie Olivers place a couple of doors down, food good and they don't take bookings, so you could get in. It wasn't overly expensive either when I went, queued for 10-15 mins from memory. Food is simple and wholsome.

    The house restaurant is a good value, nice restaurant. regular food, presented well. reasonable prices.

    Drinking – spoilt for choice as long as you avoid west street really.

    for real ales, try the evening star near the station – excellent dark star ales, nice atmosphere, though not a romantic spot!

    ginger pig – good
    ginger fox – good
    red snapper in seven dials – BYO, and good!

    casa don carlos in south lanes – v busy at the weekend, but very good tapas

    fozzybear
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    nice mexican in the lanes too well worth finding out!!

    mcinnes
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    These are all good options above.

    Also see if you can squeeze in a trip to Bill's at any time
    but especially for breakfast.
    Chilli pickle for posh, delightful curry.
    Pompoko for inexpensive but tasty Chinese.
    Iydea for wholesome veggie right-on goodness.

    Enjoy 🙂

    TOAST!

    http://www.toastofbrighton.co.uk/homepage.html
    Great little sandwich place just down below the station. Some really great food from there for a lunch. Good people, deserve a plug!

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