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The White Rabbit, Brighton - pub details

Address: Kensington Gardens, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 4AL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 35828) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Brighton (0.2 miles), London Road - Brighton (0.8 miles), Preston Park (1.7 miles)

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user reviews of the White Rabbit, Brighton

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Strnage atmosphere and not the most friendly staff let this pub down for me.
robamy - 24 Feb 2010 14:51
not an outstanding pub, often a bit quiet and lacking atmosphere on certain evenings. There are better pubs out there, but not a pub I wouldn't consider going to now and then.
pocketshepherd - 2 Jan 2010 05:02
Liked the look of this place from the outside.

Located in a very cool part of town.

Sadly, the Harveys was warm and lifeless. Was equally dissappointed when I switched to Addlestones.

On the plus side, very friendly staff.
Pat_Bateman - 12 May 2009 14:04
Popped in here on a hot and sunny spring afternoon, having spent too long trawling around the North Laine area of Brighton, in order to grab a much needed Sunday roast.
The pub has been decorated to fit in with the 'Camden-esque' environment it finds itself in. Large art prints of Keith Moon & Johnny Rotten, among others, adorn the walls and a decent alternative play-list accompanied us throughout. It had the feel of a student bar, but there was virtually no-one there except ourselves and a few sat out the front. There was a reasonable selection of ales on offer, which I hadn't expected whilst the roast was huge and very tasty.
The pub also has a seating area out the front which is ideal for watching the world go by, as well as a small, somewhat neglected decked area out the back.
I thought I'd hate this place, but it was actually pretty good and the staff in particular were very friendly and efficient. Probably not everyone's cup of tea though.
Pubsignman - 25 Mar 2009 12:44
A little gem in the middle of the interesting bit of Brighton. Well kept ales which change regularly (Sussex on my first visit, Landlord and London Pride last time) and food cooked by a chef with passion. Didn,t think I could be lured away from the William IV but this one did it! For those not familiar with the name it used to be the Kensington.
DocH - 27 Sep 2008 08:29

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