Round Brighton way you can’t really go wrong with any restaurant that’s got a “Ginger” in its name; The Ginger Fox is the country outpost of a foodie mini-empire that also encompasses the reliably excellent Ginger Dog and Ginger Pig gastro-pubs and the Gingerman restaurant in Brighton. Like its sister pubs, the emphasis food-wise is on the local and seasonal, so you’ll find Harveys beer and Ridgeview wine behind the bar, and local meat and fish on the menu (in mains such as rib-eye with duck fat chips, or fillet of skate with samphire). The pub itself is a lovely old whitewashed building with picture-perfect thatch (topped by a thatched fox), and outside there’s a lovely large garden with a small play area – just one of the things that will keep children happy, along with a treasure hunt and a special kids’ menu featuring home-made ice-cream.
Have your say
You must be signed in to leave a review, please sign in or register with us to continue.Sign In
Places to stay nearby
Artist Residence Brighton
34 Regency Square, Brighton, East Sussex BN1 2FJ
A quirky hotel with individually designed rooms and a wonderfully informal atmosphere
Best of Brighton Holiday Lettings
3 Kensington Place Brighton East Sussex BN14EJ
A great first stop for any stay in Brighton - with holiday accommodation all over the city and beyond.
34 Upper Rock Gardens Brighton BN2 1QF
Brighton boutique B&B that is both stylish and refreshing unpretentious.
Old Steine Brighton East Sussex BN1 1NH
Funky budget accommodation bang in the centre of Brighton. Why pay more?
Are you the owner?
If you're the owner of this place you can sign up for a 'Featured Owner' account so that you can add your own text, images and more...Owner Sign Up
Mains £12–20. Kids' menu £7 for 2 courses plus drink.
- Children's Menu
- Outdoor Seating
The pub is on the A281 at the junction with the B2117, a 15min drive from Brighton.
Daily 11.30am–midnight. Food served Mon–Fri noon–2pm & 6–10pm, Sat noon–3pm & 6.30–10pm, Sun noon–4pm & 6–9pm.