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The Flying Fish, Newhaven - pub details

Address: 42 Denton Rd, Newhaven, East Sussex, BN9 0QB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 23633) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Newhaven Town (0.8 miles), Newhaven Harbour (1 mile), Bishopstone (2 miles)

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One of the best proper local pubs we’ve come across in a long time! Larger than life, most welcoming landlord, landlady and staff. Good mix of locals and passers-by who are all included when they walk in – no cliques or funny looks, everyone’s friendly. Beer is kept perfectly (Bishop’s Finger particularly good) and the food is excellent and reasonably priced. Nice garden at the back and there’s always something going on. Well worth repeat visits!!
sussexpilgrim - 29 May 2012 08:44
A friend who lives nearby took me to this pub.
Wow its a real gem,nice garden for sun and smoke.
Had master brew for first time and loved it.
Too hot to eat,but food being served looked scrumptious.
Will cum again when in the newhaven.
rainbowian - 26 May 2012 14:12
stumbled across this nice Shearperd Neame pub whilst lost in Newhaven! tucked out of the way, well worth visiting. 3 S.N. Ales on hand pumps, well kept. Looks like a nice garden out the back (it was raining, so didn't take advantage of it ) . Many 'evenings' arranged - felt like a good 'community' pub.
telferm - 23 Feb 2011 21:27
Service is perfectly acceptable, Shepherd & Neame beers are the next best thing to herveys probably and a lovely cosy place with a roaring fire on cold days and comfy armchairs. However, the food is this place's biggest selling point. Good quality ingredients used (a little more expensive than other places but then one can just have a delicious baguette) and I can't think of any other pub nearby that can offer dishes like Woodpigeon with caramelised pear. Wonderful.
siam - 11 Dec 2008 20:42
Lovely pub but landlady and chef unfriendly. We had some very nice food but when we politely complained about one poor fish dish we were dismissed out of hand. Not the sort of service you should expect anywhere.
a_londoner - 9 Oct 2008 20:34

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