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  • East Beach Cafe in
  • Cafe offering local and seasonal produce, located on Littlehampton beach in an amazing building

  • Rushfields Farm Shop, Poynings in
  • Farm shop stocked full with locally produced food and drink, along with their own award winning pies, sausages and sausage rolls

  • Bolney Estate Vineyard Cafe in
  • Serving breakfasts, light lunches, coffee, speciality teas and wine by the glass in the beautiful surroundings of the vineyard.

  • Oakwood Farm Lifestyle near Lewes in
  • Small cosy tea room offering soup, sandwiches cakes and cream teas. Cheese and deli counter offering a wide range of local cheeses and ewes milk plus a range of charcuterie made on our farm and delicious Italian pastries

  • The Hungry Guest Cafe in
  • In the pretty town of Petworth, serving fresh food, bread from their bakery & coffee from Allpress Roastery

  • Amberley Village Tea Room in
  • Traditional English tea room at the foot of the South Downs, near Arundel Castle. Homemade cakes, clotted cream teas and lunches served in grade II listed barn.

  • Billy's on the Beach, Bracklesham Bay in
  • A fun seaside café at Bracklesham Bay near Chichester. Look across the sea to the Isle of Wight while enjoying the best fish and chips, a big breakfast, beach burrito or seafood platter and wine.

  • Belinda's Tearooms, Arundel in
  • This historic restaurant and tearooms is one of the oldest in Arundel. Housed in a pretty 16th century building, it is situated close to stunning Arundel Castle and can be booked for wedding receptions.

  • The Milk Churn Coffee Shop, Rudgwick in
  • The Milk Churn sits next to the Downs Link, a disused railway line, which is now a footpath, bridlepath and cycle way linking Guildford to Shoreham. It is part of Bookham Harrison Farms, home of Sussex Charmer cheese.

  • Gaskyns, Arundel in
  • Winner of Sussex Life Best Family Dining award, Gaskyns is a friendly and vibrant café, coffee shop and restaurant situated close to magnificent Arundel Castle.