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Prince of Wales offer some mouth watering pub food with a great range of drinks in a relaxed environment.

"On the corner of Churchill Square, The Prince of Wales has been a fixture in central Brighton since it opened in 1864. Formerly it was also a hotel until an unfortunate fire caused it to be rebuilt. The perfect place for a pint while shopping or for a fun evening of Karaoke or Live Music. Now has a new private hire Karaoke room available for bookings for groups up to 12 people. Tel Valentine's kitchen is open from 12pm to late daily ( I recommend the roast dinner on Sunday's). "

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours

11:00 - 00:00


11:00 - 23:00


11:00 - 00:00


11:00 - 00:00


11:00 - 00:00


11:00 - 00:00


12:00 - 22:30

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By Helena S.

We had a brilliant time in Brighton made all the more special by the welcome we received at The Prince of Wales. Really good pub food, try Julies coleslaw its amazing! Karaoke nights were lots of fun. Will definitely be back next time I am in Brighton

By Debs M.

i spent the weekend in Brighton recently having walked round numerous pubs in Brighton we found the POW at the end of the evening

fantastic atmosphere , very friendly , karaoke night lots of fun will definitely visit again next time I'm over that way Debbie :-)

By Fraser Gordon B.

Excellent small pub offering Shepherd Neame ales and lunchtime meals. Run by the superb landlord Trace Barnes and his dedicated staff. Monthly karaoke night, great fun. I thoroughly recommend a visit (or more). Only drawback is the very steep staircase to the toilets. Fairly regular visitor from North-West London Fraser

By Tom O.

Well what can i say, this place impressed me, and i'm a pretty big deal! Amazing selection of beers and some good jazz music thrown into the mixer too, splendid!

By G.

The venue One of the smallest pubs in Brighton, the place has recently had a bit of a refurb, which included the installing of an awning out the front of the building for al fresco seating for around 16 people. Indeed the smoking ban has done this place a favour as it did get very smoke-filled before. Inside it’s very traditional with its wooden floorboards and chunky wood tables and chairs. It’s run by a father and son team who are friendly and stock good quality beers. Food served from midday till 2.45pm. There’s also live blues and jazz. The drink Being a Shepherd’s Neame pub there’s Asahi, Oranjeboom, Holsten Pils, Strongbow and Guinness on tap, as well as Kent’s Best, Spitfire and a seasonal ale on rotation. In bottles there’s Beck’s, Budweiser and Corona. The last word A very welcoming little place that has benefitted from the smoking ban.

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