Chimney House Brighton

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Chimney House

The Chimney House Brighton is situated in the heart of Prestonville just North of Seven dials. A bustling trendy part of town that is dotted with independent coffee shops and small eateries. It boasts a short walking distance from Brighton train station, the seaside and one of Brighton’s most weird/wonderful treasures, The Booth Museum where you will find vintage taxidermy from around the globe.

Chefs at work at the Chimney House Restaurants Brighton

Great for the family

Formerly the Marquess of Exeter, The Chimney House Brighton serves outstanding food, a great selection of quality drinks. It is well known for being welcoming and inclusive, making it a popular spot to unwind with all the family, and that includes the four-legged kind.

Lunch by the window at The Chimney House Restaurants Brighton

A little bit quirky

With its artsy vibe and rustic meets retro interiors, The Chimney House is unpretentious and has the homely aesthetics of a country estate. Think antler chandeliers, retro pendant lamps, rustic furniture and you’ll be on your way there. 

A main dish at The Chimney House Restaurants Brighton

Local partnerships 

Not only does The Chimney House serve up mouthwateringly delicious grub from their open kitchen, but they also source the finest local ingredients from Sussex farmers, growers and foragers. We applaud Charlie, the proprietor and head chef for achieving his goal of combining his knowledge and passion for foraged produce and introducing it to his menus in an affordable way.

Light lunch dish at The Chimney House Restaurants Brighton

Minimal Waste

The Chimney House have committed to providing their customers with the best seasonal products. They do a lot of in-house production. They use artisan techniques to bake bread, pickle, smoke and butcher. This approach means they can ensure consistent top quality products and minimise waste.

Pudding at The Chimney House Brighton

Simple and beautiful dishes

This homely, inclusive pub does have something for everyone. From a beautifully curated A La Carte Menu to a simple Children's Menu. The a la carte menu features sublime adaptations of pub favourites like the 35 Day Aged Flat Iron Steak with Chips and Diane Sauce. The bang on Children's Menu offers youngsters their all-time favourite dishes like Fish Fingers, Hand Cut Chips and Peas.
 
Their seasonally changing menu means that there is always something new and exciting to try. The kitchen is open until 9:30 pm each evening so you’ll have plenty of time to work your way through all the different courses.
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Special Events

The  Chimney House host special tasting menus & events every month. Also worth knowing is that their large private room on the first floor is a great venue for private hire, dinner parties and food and drink events.

Fantastic all-rounder 

The Chimney House Brighton has gastronomically good food, it's extremely friendly and welcomes children and pets. The venue itself is relaxed, inviting and offers the perfect stop for anything from a cuppa and cake or a quiet local pint, to a business meeting, or a full family dinner party.

The Chimney House also features very highly on our gluten free page.

Reviews

  1. Caroline

    Had an epic festive dinner here with friends just before Christmas. It was perfect – seasonal produce, great wine choices and a lovely relaxed atmosphere. It’s the ultimate gastro-pub in my opinion.

  2. Emma Harrel

    The Chimney House is my new local and I’m so pleased it is! The staff are always friendly & welcoming, and I just had my first roast there last week, it was superb! I’ll definitely go back for the vegan roast or try something on the dinner menu.

  3. Rupert Kent

    Excellent food for a neighbourhood pub and worth the trip to get there. Such a different menu with emphasis on foraged ingredients, everything locally sourced – and we really do mean locally sourced. Expect plenty of ingredients on your plate that you may not have come across in the past from elderflowers, moss – so all in all the Chimney House has quite a unique place in the pub food market/ Keep up the good work Charlie and team!

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