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We visited this delightful pub for a late Sunday lunch 4pm. The pub was very busy, lovely atmosphere. Staff very friendly and helpful. We had excellent lunches, both beef and chicken were gorgeous, beautifully cooked vegetables- roasted beetroot was divine. Very generous portions. Good selection...More
After walking all around the lanes we wanted somewhere to sit outside & have a nice cold drink & this was the place.
They have a huge array of craft beers my friends pint was £5.70 is that expensive for Brighton I don't know????
I visit the William IV quite often. Its nice and central so a good place to meet friends for drinks/lunch. The food is good, generous portions, decent ingredients. Reasonable price. They do stop serving quite early though, I think the kitchen closes at 7pm.
We had been to this pub before when visiting Brighton and had such a great experience we decided to visit again this past Sunday. Sadly, this time it wasn't as good. Pros - great menu that caters to those with food allergies (big plus for...More
I love this pub, great for people watching as it’s on a busy corner, but normally only drink here! However decided to have lunch and chose something new on the menu...Slow Braised Duck Leg with a great array of vegetables inc cauliflower cheese and a...More
Went along on Sunday Night with two friends and ordered some drink, My was Grolsh after sitting down didn't taste correct which one of my friends agreed, went back and said this did not taste correctly the barman then picked up my glass and took...More