3 St Leonards Road, Eastbourne, East Sussex BN21 3UH
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7 reviews of The Robin Hood in English
Had to visit this pub after reading its review in “TheTelegraph”. Well what a pleasant experience….and what a unique theme of “a Peoples Pub”. We could with more of this throughout the land. Everybody in good spirits and although I’m getting a little long in the tooth, I felt very welcome and comfortable here. Great stock of ales/lagers obviously firm faqvourite pizzas. Well done and Bon Chance.
The Robin Hood is my fave pub in the Western Road area of Brighton/Hove. It’s slightly away for the main roads so tends to avoid passing trade of hoards of tourists in summer, but still keeps busy with locals. It has a really homely decor with traditional and modern elements, as well as open fires and wood carved tables sand chairs. I won’t bore you by repeating the fact it’s a charity pub blah blah. Its just really nice pub for a relaxed pint and deffo worth trotting out of town for...
Having lived in Brighton for five years, and having spent a lot of time and money in many different pubs, can honestly say that the Robin Hood is amazing, and my personal favorite.
It has a shelf full of boardgames, a Wii and they sometimes show rugby, which are all great, but above all it is just a brilliant pub. It's cosy without feeling cramped, warm without being sweaty, and dark without being dingy. Good selection of beer, pizzas made from scratch for £6/7, and a solid music selection.
A good pub for escaping windy weathers, it's one of those pubs where one beer becomes five, and i've had amazing nights in there with family, colleagues and good friends; a friend of mine even says it's a great first-date location.
It's not perfect; bar staff are sometimes less than friendly, and the boys toilets are really shabby, but neither of these would put off thoroughly recommending it.
ps. as others have stated, profits from this pub go to local charities, which always makes paying for a large round less of a burden.
Just after moving house recently and this place is literally across the road from us so it would have to be our new local. From the moment I walked inside the door, I knew it was something special. It has a lovely cosy feeling about the place and a great vibe as you lounge away your afternoons playing one of the their many board games on their leather couches. Their selection of cider is incredible as well as they are one of the only few that I have come across that sell Kopparberg Pear. The staff are friendly to top it all off and to top that off, all the profits go to charity!!! It was only yesterday that I understood why they called themselves the Robin Hood-takes from the rich and gives to the poor. What else can I say.. Love it!
Yes, I like this place too. They’ve recently got in a draught white beer (says “weiss” on the label, I forget who produces it) that is fantastic with a slice of lime (though it’s around £4 a pint). They also do one or two real ales (usually Harveys).
I do like the simplicity of their food operation: all they do is a small range of pizzas which they simply stick into a pizza cooker by the bar. And a few minutes later they bring it out to you (with proper pepper, chili oil etc.) on a simple wooden board. Very pleasing.
They have a PC in the corner which you are free to use to browse t’Internet. Also, they claim to have free wi-fi (you have to ask at the bar for the code), but the one time I tried to make use of it, it didn’t allow me to connect.
There are newspapers on the bar for people to browse through. Gents’ toilets are OK for a pub. Very good staff.
One of the best pubs in Brighton, with a fantastic scheme behind it (all profits go to local charities). A decent selection of lager, ale and wine: with a good deal of pizza + bottle of wine, to boot.
A busy, fun atmosphere, full of people having a good - if loud - time. It’s a place to drink and feel good with where your money going - either to the charming bar staff or to a local charity.
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