The Eagle in Brighton

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The Eagle has an average overall rating of 4.5 stars out of 5 with 2 vote(s) cast.

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The Eagle
Gloucester Road
Brighton
BN1 4AF  (see map)
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+44(0)1273 607765

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On 22-8-2005 lucy_pointycat said : "When a pub bakes its own bread, you can be pretty sure that the food is something special. This combined bar and bakery is relatively modern in style, although it avoids the affected 'wine bar' atmosphere created by other renovated foodie pubs. Even my partner, known for his aversion to 'rebranded' boozers, loves this place. The bakery produces a range of breads, many with booze in them such as Guinness Bread, which you can buy and take away as well as enjoying with your lunch. On sundays however, the Eagle is best avoided, as it does a limited roast menu which doesn't meet the quality you will find on any other day. Normally it offers a wide range of specials in addition to its menu, heavily weighted towards vegetarians although omnivores will still find a wide choice. I had a particularly gorgeous creamy pasta dish hear with spicy pimiento bread, and on one memorable occasion a vast dish of nachos smothered in such a profusion of salsa, cheese, chilli (and I could have had guacamole and sour cream if I hadn't politely refused), on a scale which even I, with an unreasonably large appetite, couldn't finish. The Bar staff are friendly if occasionally rushed, and the pub gets quite busy in the evenings and at lunchtimes from 1pm onwards, although they will open their upstairs function room if it gets packed. The function room can also be booked for private parties, work lunches etc if desired. The extra room is decorated with weird metal artwork made by a famous sculpture - and downstairs boasts an illuminated fish tank built into a dividing wall. The prices are average for a decent pub - 6 - 9 on average for a main meal."

On 09-12-2003 andys said : "This Pub has been called The Eagle for the last 3 years"

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