Having sampled the fine US beers and spirits at this welcoming little BRIGHTON pub (see previous review) I promised myself a return visit to try out the food and this was it. Interesting little weekday Southern Cajun menu including fried chicken, gumbo, steak and mushroom hotpot, blackened pork steak and, of course, the inevitable burgers with a vegetarian meal option of bean, lentil and chilli. My daughter went for the veggie option and told me it was an excellent choice with the corn bread an added delight and only £7.95. Although I am a meat eater I have to say that burgers are not my natural grub or in any way my favourite dish but, as they say, ‘when in Louisiana do as the Cajuns do!' So, my son and I went for the Tennessee Honey BBQ burger and hoped for the best, and we got it! Super thick beef burger with a to die for honey sauce topped with cheese, and served with Cajun wedges, red onion slaw, cranberry salad and popcorn, a real meal deal and for only £8.95. It was probably the best burger I have ever had. I followed that with a double shot of Jack Daniels Honey over ice. Then, with some quiet Patsy Cline and Johnny Cash as background music and in great family company, we rounded off the meal and the early evening with bottles of Lone Star Beer. Well worth the return trip.
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