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Eating out in Sussex - Best restaurants

PUBLISHED: 11:40 17 May 2018 | UPDATED: 11:40 17 May 2018

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Whether you’re looking for fine dining, pub food, a romantic meal for 2 or a taste of something from further afield, eating out in Sussex really has something for everyone. Here’s our guide to the best local restaurants and pubs

Simply click the text below to discover some of Sussex’s best places to eat and drink…

Why not nominate your favourite Sussex pubs and restaurants in the next Celebration of Sussex Life Awards?


Our 10 most recent restaurant reviews…

Pascere - Brighton

Pascere displays touches of brilliance but according to Laura Paton the restaurant hasn’t quite achieved its full potential.

The Sir Roger Tichborne - Loxwood

Our new restaurant reviewer Laura Paton visits the Sir Roger Tichborne, a community pub set in great walking country in Loxwood.

Murmur - Brighton

Michael Bremner’s casual family dining offering is a boon to Brighton’s busy seafront.

Cowdray Farm Shop Café - Cowdray Park

Cowdray Farm Shop Café has a fresh, healthy menu that is the perfect antidote to festive overindulgence.

The Bell - Ticehurst

The Bell in Ticehurst on the Kent/East Sussex border is a charming 16th century inn with rooms – and a lively programme of events.

Noah’s Ark Inn - Lurgashall

The Noah’s Ark Inn has been delighting Lurgashall’s residents and visitors since the 16th century. Jenny Mark-Bell finds it merits its good reputation.

Bill’s - Lewes

It has grown from its Lewes home to become a feature of more than 75 high streets across the country. Duncan Hall eats in the original Bill’s and meets its founder.

etch - Hove

Hove isn’t the most obvious place for a television star to open his first restaurant. It would seem natural to trade on a Masterchef: The Professionals winner’s name in the tourist hotspots of Brighton, but Steven Edwards always had Church Road in his sights.

Whites - Hastings

Judging by the number of reservation-less diners staff had to turn away on a Thursday night before the summer holidays, Hastings has taken Whites to its heart.

CrabShack - Worthing

It’s been reeling in positive reviews since opening in June 2015. Jenny Mark-Bell took the bait and visited Worthing’s CrabShack to see what all the fuss was about.


See all our reviews here

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