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Chris recently brought the group back here for some lovely Indian food after a break. Pavel is a well-reputed restaurant in the middle of Kemptown with all your old favourites and an extensive list of chef's specials (I can heartily recommend the Hyderabadi chicken). There is also plenty of choice for vegetarians. Check out the restaurant and menu at: www.pavelindianrestaurant.co.uk.
If you fancy a drink before we eat, Shortt's (Irish) bar is a few steps up St. James's Street on the same side of the road. The nearest bus stop to both venues is Devonshire Place, frequently served by routes 1, 2 and 7.
Join us for Brunch at Six!
Have been here a few times and never been disappointed.
There is a wide variety of choice ranging from a full cooked breakfast to lighter options and sandwiches and suitable for all diets.
Six is easy to reach by public transport and any bus going along Western road will get you there. The nearest stop is Brunswick Place.
Check out the menu at https://www.sixbrighton.com
The Bath Arms has always been well thought of for its food. It's been on its current site since the 1860s and sees itself as the original pub in the Lanes! It is certainly a bit of an institution and attracts tourists and locals alike with lots of Brighton atmosphere.
It serves lovely Shepherd Neame ales. On Sundays, they serve roasts and a selection from their usual menu, so you can have something a bit lighter if you prefer. To learn more and to see the Sunday menu, go to: batharms.pub
The Bath Arms is in Meeting House Lane, which can be accessed from North Street with only a short walk. Many of the main bus routes stop on North Street, so the pub is easy to get to and from.
Bankers serves generous portions of excellent fish and chips with a smile. Monday to Thursday 11:30 - 16:00 features the Senior Citizens' Special, comprising regular cod, chips, mushy peas and a cup of tea or coffee for a bargain £8.95.
I've chosen the day and time to take advantage of the restaurant's quieter periods. Over 60s only please.
I will be going straight to the restaurant (table booked in the name of Victoria Townshend) but, for anyone fancying a stronger beverage beforehand, The Revelator is almost opposite.
I'm hungry already.
Here is Bankers' website: www.bankersfishandchips.co.uk,
and The Revelator: www.revelator.pub.
Best wishes, Vicky