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This is our second visit to the pub and once again it’s just a wow, the roast dinners are Home cooked and taste wonderful, very filling and lots on your plate.
The staff are so friendly and welcoming to this little pub.
Highly recommend to...More
Nothing to rave about. It’s rather fatty inside and tables were a bit sticky but we did go on a busy day. Menu was ok but quite a few items were not available. Limited choice of things on tap. Staff not over helpful or very...More
The bar staff here are friendly and helpful but could know more about their ciders as couldn’t recommend which one to have as ‘didn’t drink cider’
A nice traditional pub though with good decoration instead of the chain pubs and also no tv which was...More
good mix of punters, some dodgy and some tourists, usual stuff. Music on a saturday night offered by Alan the dj. Playing some proper choons, house and funk mainly. All in the best setting you could ask for. Try Yates next door first and you...More
Had a few beers with friends at the outside pavement patio area and can highly recommend the Timothy Taylor's Landlord bitter and the Symonds Cider. We had just eaten so could not partake of their Sunday roast which looked amazing and great value - with...More
I am a sucker for old Victorian pubs and this is one of the best. Friendly staff, the girl behind the bar was doing everything but with a smile. Food was excellent pub fare and beer and wine prices cheap for city centre pubs. Why...More
We needed somewhere to brunch and the GH appeared on hand. Nice vibe inside, airy but still with real pub authenticity. Sunday roasts were homemade and yummy. Meat slightly over cooked for personal tastes but for the price I ain't complaining. Clean facilities lead to...More
There are a lot of pubs in Hastings but this one has lots of character with a nautical theme and has a great feel. Gav, the owner was friendly and informative about thier local brews. Do yourself a favour if you are in town and...More
Having just wandered in whilst out tor a stroll on Saturday evening it was refreshing to be welcomed by staff and locals alike.
Very warm atmosphere.
Bar staff were particularly candid about their own view of awaiting pubs and a regular local maintained the theme....More