The Greys, Brighton - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3334) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served, Real ale
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|I visited after reading a good review in an article about The London Unity, very disappointed, the place may have changed hands, but still just Harveys Best and Timothy Taylor Landlord, I had a very average Harveys Best, nowhere near the value of £3.40 I was charged.|
And as for doing music again, with the mass of speakers stuck to the ceiling, I imagine that you will be able to hear it down on the level.
And how on earth does it get into The Good Beer Guide, with only the same two beers on?
Another pub off of my list.
RobinDay - 1 Feb 2013 13:28
|A recent visit, also on the local Ale Trail and I have to say this pub was in a different class to the others - unfortunately a class well below. All the other pubs had at least 4 real ales available, including a minimum of one guest ale. This pub had just the two, the same two as always. Don't get me wrong, Harveys Best and Tim Taylor Landlord are fine beers in their own right but neither were anything other than of average quality on my visit. For a pub that is both in the GBG and on the Ale Trail a lot more effort is needed to justify inclusion in both.|
ropey2 - 17 Jul 2012 13:44
|nice clean interesting pub,good tim taylor ,pleasant staff, if your out of shape catch the bus here as the hills a killer.|
THUNFAN007 - 8 Jan 2012 21:52
|The best pub in Brighton - it feels like a country pub in the middle of a city. Its a brilliant little place to chill out, meet friends and have a quiet evening. No Sky Sports (such a precious rarity these days), no irritating fruit machines, just a relaxed atmosphere and a super selection of proper beers on tap and Belgian beers by the bottle. No Fosters, Carling or Stella in sight. The food is pricey but worth every penny - not just 'pub grub' but a high restaurant standard cooked by an amazing chef. Ticketed (and excellent value) live folk/country/bluegrass music is on only 3 Monday evenings a month which doesn't make it a venue rather than a pub! Lots of friendly & interesting regulars - I have made so many new good friends just sitting at the bar in the Greys.|
Pipsissiwa - 28 Apr 2011 16:56
|Very reliable no frills pub. The beer is always spot on - a decent selection of high quality ales and Belgian beers, good staff and friendly owners. Very high food standards too from a smallish menu. A genuinely pleasurable environment if you like your pubs on the mellow side. Best in Hanover I'd say.|
jim66 - 13 Feb 2011 14:40
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