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Foodie Holiday: East Sussex

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Where to eat in East Sussex

If you are visiting East Sussex this year then it is highly recommended that you stay in self catering accommodation. It can be very easy to go for an all inclusive hotel option. However, this is a lot more expensive and it limits your vacation possibilities because you have to eat within the hotel. There are some fantastic pubs, restaurants and cafes throughout East Sussex that you will be missing out on if you simply eat in the hotel every evening. 

Foodie Holiday: East SussexTo give you further clarity as to why East Sussex self catering accommodation is the best option when staying in a cottage here or making the most of campervan rental, take as look at a mere handful of some of the fantastic restaurants in the county…

The Wild Mushroom, Westfield

This restaurant possesses the perfect blend between the traditional and the contemporary. The property itself is actually an old farmhouse, boasting quaint wooden floors and a homely fireplace. Moreover, all the ingredients utilised are natural and sourced from Britain’s finest. The style of the restaurant is modern and the menu on offer is contemporary as is the way in which the dishes are presented. A taste of what you’ll find on the menu; Jerusalem Artichoke Soup with Truffle, Roast Fillet of Line Caught Wild Sea Bass with Prawn Raviolis and Shellfish Sauce, and Roast Rhubarb and Sorbet with Vanilla Panacotta and Hazelnut Macaroons. 

Jamie’s Italian, Brighton

This restaurant offers so much more than your standard Italian. The vibe of the restaurant is one which is very friendly, homely and full of fun energy. There are dishes suited for all tastes and thus you are bound to find something you like. Jamie’s Italian is also well known for being great value for money too. Moreover, if you want to try something different then you won’t be short of unusual options either. A taste of what you’ll find on the menu: Pumpkin and Smoked Mozzarella Nachos, Start Bay Crab Risotto, Honeycomb Cannelloni 3 Ways, and Tutti Frutti Lemon Meringue Pie.

The George Inn, Robertsbridge 

In 2010 this restaurant won Business of the Year and thus quality is pretty much assured. This is the perfect place to go if you want to experience a taste of history, tradition and culture. It is located in an 18th century building, the setting is relaxing, the ambience is delightful and the food is gorgeous. A taste of what you’ll find on the menu: Tempura Local Cod with Handcut Chips and Homemade Tartare Sauce, Pan Seared Local Calves Liver on Smoked Bacon with Roasted Onion and Herb Stuffed Baked Potato and a Gravy Jug, and Carpaccio Style Marinated Local Beef with Parmesan Shavings and Mixed Leaf Salad. 

The three restaurants mentioned in this article are just a mere handful of those available in East Sussex. If you are visiting the county you would be mad to stay anywhere else but East Sussex self catering accommodation. Not only can you explore what the county has to offer, but there are some stunning country houses and cottages available to stay in. These will truly enhance your stay and make the experience one to remember.

 

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