Food and drink
Roz Batty, the current chef, has previously worked at Claridge’s in London and [node:173292] in Brighton; at The Greys, she’s on a mission to ensure that everything on the menu is made from scratch using fresh, ethically sourced ingredients - right down to the mint for the sauce that’s served with the roast leg of lamb on Sundays. Popular dishes include fried fillet of bream and a scrumptious nut roast. As well as Harvey’s bitter, the bar serves a great range of Belgian beers.
Plain on the outside and semi-rustic on the inside, it’s an unpretentious kind of place. On Monday evenings, when the kitchen is closed, it hosts live music and quizzes.
It's friendly and accommodating.
It's off the tourist trail in Hanover, a residential district on a hill north east of central Brighton.
Main courses cost a reasonable £10-£15, starters and desserts are £2-£6.
- Backpackers / Students
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Stag / hen parties
- Live entertainment
- No fuss