Hardens Guide to the Best Restaurants in Horsham
Hardens guides have spent 30 years compiling reviews of the best Horsham restaurants. On Hardens.com you'll find details and reviews of 13 restaurants in Horsham and our unique survey based approach to rating and reviewing Horsham restaurants gives you the best insight into the top restaurants in every area and of every type of cuisine.
Featured Horsham Restaurants
1. Restaurant Tristan British, Modern restaurant in Horsham 3 Stans Way - RH12
“A great find out in an area of relative culinary wilderness” – Tristan & Candy Mason’s well-established destination occupies a converted sixteenth-century building in the town centre, complete with pitched roof and wood beams. There’s a range of fixed menus from three courses for £30 up to eight courses for £90, and the modern British dishes are “beautiful” – “creative (but not gimmicky)”. Top Tip – it has a bar where they serve breakfast and brunch.
2. WABI Japanese restaurant in Horsham 38 East St - RH12
2018 Review: This upmarket Japanese emerged phoenix-like from a huge fire in 2014; now under Paul & Verity Craig, of Brighton’s Bohemia (the original owners bowed out after launching an ill-fated London sibling), it seems to be back at its best, with “fantastic food on every visit” (so “glad it came back after being burnt down!”).
4. Interlude British, Modern restaurant in Lower Beeding Leonardslee Gardens, Brighton Road - RH13
On the 240 acre estate of Grade I listed Leonardslee Lakes and Gardens (incorporating a vineyard), this two-year-old venture has yet to generate sufficient feedback for a rating. But its 14-course and 19-course menus from South African chef Jean Delport – using produce from the estate – have immediately caught the attention of the tyre men, who awarded it a Michelin star in October 2019.
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