Visited on their tapas night..didnt eat but looked very nice.Quirky pub with its little booth and central fireplace.Worth a visit.
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A real gem of a find in the old town back streets of Hastings. With 2 dogs we found it hard to locate a place to eat in a restaurant on a really awful weather evening. But the staff were really so pleasant and very...More
Went in for lunch having visited Hastings for the day. My husband had the lambs liver which was extremely tender whilst my daughter and myself had the cod goujons and chips which were huge pieces of fish cooked to perfection. My husband thoroughly enjoyed the...More
We ate here twice during our short break in Hastings, we didn't intend to but our first visit was so good we just had to come back! The beetroot koftas were amazing, the whitebait delicious. The fish mains on both nights was incredibly fresh and...More
Thank you for your kind comments - (think I spoke to you on our Monday tapas evening...), so glad you enjoyed you're visit!
A very well cooked and well balanced meal. Whitebait starters spot on and rack of lamb cooked to perfection. However the highlight was the mustard mash. Service good too. The only minus point is the cramped seating in the restaurant.
Stopped in here for a couple of pints once in the week, then returned later for another beer and a snack. The menu is a little bit short, but what they do they do pretty well and the beers from their own brewery were great....More
Have been going to this pub for many years now. It is a quaint, famous Hastings old town pub. On this on occasion was the first time I had eaten there. The restaurant is a totally different design to the pub and is quite sophisticated...More
Have visited this brewpub over several years, the last just a week ago. The beer is excellent, a small range to suit the tastebuds of most I would suggest. The food has been varied and well cooked/presented. I think this is a small gem of...More