Hardens Guide to the Best Restaurants in West Sussex
Hardens guides have spent 15 years compiling reviews of the best West Sussex restaurants. On Hardens.com you'll find details and reviews of 132 restaurants in West Sussex and our unique survey based approach to rating and reviewing West Sussex restaurants gives you the best insight into the top restaurants in every area and of every type of cuisine.
Featured West Sussex Restaurants
. The Horse Guards Inn
British, Traditional restaurant in Tillington
Upperton Rd - GU28
“A relaxed rural delight”, this “convivial” 17th-century inn on the edge of Petworth Park has won high ratings for several years now, and “just can’t be faulted”. There’s “an interesting menu” of “beautifully executed, adventurous dishes”, many of them using “excellent locally sourced ingredients” (“suppliers are listed on a blackboard”), plus “hyper-local sparkling wine”.
. Jeremy’s at Borde Hill
British, Modern restaurant in Haywards Heath
Borde Hill, Borde Hill Gardens - RH16
“A long-standing favourite that’s always a joy” – Jeremy & Vera Ashpool’s popular venue has a particularly “delightful” atmosphere, thanks to its “elegant” (although sometimes “packed”) interior, and most especially due to its location in gorgeous Borde Hill Garden (200 acres of famous landscaped grounds). Service is “lovely and attentive” and the “imaginative menus are excellently delivered” and at “good value” prices.
. The Town House
British, Modern restaurant in Arundel
65 High Street - BN18
“Chef proprietor Lee Williams produces consistently brilliant food at a reasonable price” at this “intimate and deservedly popular” restaurant-with-rooms overlooking Arundel castle – and with its own quirky history in the shape of a 16th-century dining room ceiling from Florence. “In a small town packed with eateries this 15-year-old business stands out, so it’s often crammed”. Top Tip: “one of very few restaurants that serve Chateaubriand for one!”.
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