Friday, 16 April 2010

The Pump House Brighton Review

Sausage Delight down the lanes!!

Wandering down the lanes on our final day of our break, we came across this little pub. We entered upon noticing that the pub did a reasonable ploughman's Lunch.......then we realised what the pub is really known for is its sausages!!

Being a bit of a sausage connoisseur, I was immediatly in my element!! The sasuages on the specials board were such flavours as wild boar, bloody mary,beef and rosemary and cumberland, with some other favourites on the menu itself. You can choose your sausage and then either have it served with mash and gravy, in a sandwich with chips or as a toad in the hole.
hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm decisions!!

The pub itself was a little cramped, but offers a seperate dining room with more room upstairs. It is one of the oldest buildings in Brighton and has a lovely olde world chram about it inside. We were pleasently suprised at the portions too....they were very very filling and totally delicious!! Dean tried the toad in the hole platter...offering him the chance to try 2 different varieties of sausage with yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes and gravy. I had the pork and ale sausage with mash and onion rings with gravy. It was tasty and satisfying!!

The toilets were clean, if in need of a bit of TLC. All in all, a very pleasent meal if a little crowded!
If you are in Brighton and strolling down the lanes, this pub is worth a try!!

Marks out of ten .................6

The Pump House
46 Market St
East Sussex

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