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We went here for an evening meal. We arrived at 6.45 & found a table quite easily. The pub was clean with friendly staff. My husband & I both ordered Fish & Chips £6.25 Omg what a bargain. Fish Chips peas salad & Tartar sauce....More
The King and his Knights would drop in here when passing through Hastings, for pints of their fine ales and bants with the local wenches.
The ghost of an ancient warrior is said to haunt the pub and I'm sure I met him when I...More
Looks ancient, but is about 60 years old or something. Built by parts from other demolished buildings. Excellent service. Decent prices. Great drinks and food. The only negative aspect is the blinking machines. Can get rather crowdy.
Nice beers, old looking building but deceiving as built 1950's from bits of old churches etc on site that burnt down, foundations go back hundreds of years. Quaint and very much a tourist attraction. Hard to get a table if the weather is ok polite...More