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Food scene in Horsham

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“A 2 min drive or a 15 min walk away, The Bat and Ball is a great pub with both indoor and outdoor seating, good food and a friendly atmosphere.”
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“A lovely village pub, the atmosphere is homely and welcoming with an eclectic mix of furniture and a roaring fire. Al fresco dining, large garden with heating, lighting & chickens, BBQ during summer weather permitted, Outdoor children's play area, car parking.”
3 locals recommend
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“Village pub on the pretty village green where you can enjoy watching local cricket with a pint or just watch the world go by. ”
2 locals recommend
Modern European Restaurant
“Sophisticated, eminently interesting and different. An imaginative twist on classic style, without losing any of the Michelin rating! – Tristans is the top restaurant of the Town, Michelin rated, and often needs to be booked well in advance - worth doing ahead of your arrival, if you're a 'foodie'!”
4 locals recommend
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“Hugely popular as a pit stop for cyclists, there are also good walks all around the Milk Churn in Rudgwick, around 10 - 15 minutes drive. Family owned, the Milk Churn is a wooden cabin built on the original 1952 site of dairy cows, whose offspring still now produce the milk that Sussex Charmer, one or our local cheeses, is made of. Enjoy a slice or two of Sussex Charmer, some local butter on freshly made scones, or locally produced, naturally made ice cream... what's not to like - in the sun on the terrace, or with a paper, inside on a wet day. Produce is also available to buy, so that's supper sorted, too!”
5 locals recommend
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“A traditional Sussex gastropub. Outstanding food and great wine and beer selection. Friendly staff. Highly recommended ”
4 locals recommend
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“The nearest place for a drink and also to eat. Good food and friendly place.”
2 locals recommend
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3 locals recommend
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“The nearest pub in the village. Well within walking distance. named the Queens Head after Anne of Cleves.”
2 locals recommend
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“Great food! Especially the all you can eat buffet on Sunday evenings! Takeaway too! ”
2 locals recommend
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2 locals recommend
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“A traditional country pub, Simon and Beth have owned the place for almost 30 years, it is the heart of the community. They host a wealth of different speciality ales, not being tied to a brewery the selection is always good. Simon does a mean chilli...good hearty food at sensible prices for families, there is a garden overlooking farmland with swings. In summer months look out for the Morris dancers! There is a lovely cross country walk from the farm gate to the pub, takes 25 mins.”
1 local recommends