Hove Restaurant Guide
Packed to the brim with wholesome and delicious restaurants catering for every dietary requirement, the highly sought-after and charming neighbourhood of Hove has a lot to shout about when it comes to eating out. Read on for our best tips.
It’s high-quality ingredients, cooked simply that make The Little Fish Market one of the most talked about restaurant’s in the neighbourhood. The restaurant is open for dinner only and serves a set menu of five fish courses, with dishes rotated every 4-6 weeks.
Address: 10 Upper Market Street, Hove, BN3 1AS
Telephone: 01273 722213
This much-loved Italian joint specialises in wholesome and delicious comfort food. Dishes include; tagliatelle of wild rabbit, cavolo nero & prosciutto; risotto of salsify, wild mushroom, sage & hazelnut pesto; roast pollock, Jerusalem artichoke caponata and braised kale. For great value, don’t miss the weekday set lunch and early dinner options.
Address: 60 Western Road, Hove, BN3 1JD
Telephone: 01273 726047
With a strong emphasis on locally sourced, seasonal ingredients, The Gingerman scores highly with the neighbourhood crowd. Recommend booking ahead.
Address: 21a Norfolk Square, Hove, BN1 2PD
Telephone: 01273 326688
This family-run Italian offers simple dining with friendly service, making it perfect for families and large groups. It serves up traditional classics, just like nonna used to make.
Address: 70 Boundary Road, Hove, BN3 5TD
Telephone: 01273 422000
With a fantastic selection of breakfast, brunch and lunch dishes, which are always locally sourced and made fresh to order, this charming Nordic-styled local is the perfect spot to start your day.
Address: 63 Holland Road, Hove, BN3 1JL
Telephone: 01273 321147
One of the most highly sought-after gastropubs in town, The Ginger Pig combines hearty cooking with a buzzing atmosphere and warm service. Expect to find a full range of British classics, such as whole roast partridge and venison pie.
Address: 3 Hove Street, Hove, BN3 2TR
Telephone: 01273 736123
Get your grilled meat fix at Makara. This Turkish & Cypriot joint is famous for its homemade Turkish bread, mezze starters, warming casseroles and mixed platters. Not-to-be-missed if you’re in the area.
Address: 64 Western Road, Hove, BN3 2JQ
Telephone: 07340 373478
This cosy local is situated close to the Brighton/Hove border. Featuring wood fires, a relaxed atmosphere, more-ish roasts and friendly service, it’s exactly the kind of pub you want for a winter’s day. Plus, the pub caters for coeliacs, vegetarians and vegans.
Address: 13 Farm Road, Hove, BN3 1FB
Telephone: 01273 779886
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