"On the seventh day we roast!" states the menu and indeed they do. With the Geese kitchen in the hands of superb chef Brett Mather of Hop Poles and Wick fame (and equally delicious Mather's ice cream at Brighton Open Market), you're guaranteed a roast of supreme quality, locally sourced and seasonal produce. Winter veg were kale and red cabbage, proper gravy and giant home-made Yorkies complete the plate. Extras can be added (if you haven't eaten for 2 days) such as pigs in blankets and cauliflower cheese.
The meat versions are a reasonable £10.95 each (try the slow roasted pork belly), there's a vegetarian as well as a vegan sausage roast, both at £9.95 and children eat at £5.95.
Craft beers are a speciality but the Bloody Mary served in a large jam jar with fresh crunchy celery (not the usual limp and pathetic stick here!) is recommended.