A warm, wood-clad, unfussy pub with a taste for French cheeses
82 Dyke Rd
The French Horn Brighton
An unfussy and comfy local that has a taste for French cheeses
There’s a warm and relaxed atmosphere in The French Horn Brighton, the bar along the back wall and seating is predominantly small tables and chairs arranged open-plan plus a single comfy sofa.
The sapce feels primarily set up for small groups and couples and late afternoon/evening a few locals at the bar and some relaxing contemporary background music help give the place some atmosphere.
There’s a tiny little garden out back, and some clever-clogs has installed little fold-away tables on the front facade, which makes a good outside table for two.
The beer options are somewhat limited: mainly lagers, with very few keg options, and a couple of cask pumps hosting some local brewers on our last visit.
Burgers feature prominently on the menu, with some interesting options, but it’s the offer of weekend raclette at The French Horn Brighton that makes this place stand out with a unique culinary quirk.