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Best British traditional restaurants to visit whilst staying in self catering accommodation Sussex

Best British traditional restaurants to visit whilst staying in self catering accommodation Sussex

When staying in Sussex it is highly recommended that you stay in self catering accommodation. After all, the county is well known to be a place whereby there is a vast range of fresh local produce and ingredients. Therefore there are some fantastic restaurants which source their food from the very best locations. If you are staying in self catering accommodation Sussex this year then you should definitely consider visiting one of the following restaurants. They all offer the best of British – traditional food and locally sourced produce.

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Sam’s of Sevendials

This fresh and fantastic restaurant is based in Brighton. Its doors have been open for over ten years now and its popularity has never dwindled (and probably never will). The restaurant has a light and airy feel to it which is uplifting. The menu is fantastic as well with some great British dishes to choose from. Some of the best options on the menu include the likes of; Irish rock oysters with shallot vinegar; char grilled scotch ribeye steak with rosemary dauphine, purple sprouting broccoli, roasted cherry tomatoes and red wine jus; white crab and celeriac remoulade, brown crab beignet, salmon and beetroot tartare; and spice plum and almost crumble with crème fraiche sorbet.

The Town House

The Town House is situated in Arundel, West Sussex. The restaurant has a very glamorous and lavish feel to it with crisp white tablet clothes, black seats and lots of gold adornments. The restaurant takes great prid in ensuring they use local suppliers and ingredients whenever they can, and this is evident in their succulent dishes. Some of the standout choices on the menu include the likes of; seared local pigeon breast with crisp parma ham salad; ox cheek and braised oxtail and horseradish mash and buttered cabbage; pan fried diver caught scallops with pea puree; and chocolate marquise with honeycomb.

The Ginger Pig

You may have guessed by the name of this restaurant that it is a place which is vibrant and full to the brim with personality. Thus, it is little surprise that the restaurant is located in the lively city of Brighton. What is as impressive as the food itself is the way that it is presented – contemporary dishes at their finest. If you are going to visit The Ginger Pig then here are some of the dishes you can expect to see on the menu; lamb shank and rosemary pie with anchovy mash and glazed carrots, roast haunch of venison with venison shepherd’s pie, chestnut puree, brussel sprouts and lardo; lemon curd tart with star anise syrup and mascarpone ice cream.

Field & Fork

The final restaurant on the list is the Field & Fork, situated in Chichester. This restaurant treats cooking as an art and this is evident in the modern and unusual ways the dishes are presented. The food on your plate will look so good that you won’t want to stick your fork in and ruin it… well, that’s until you smell it – simply divine. Take a look at some of the meals on the menu; stuffed field and fork courgette flowers with crab mousse and lobster sauce; blue cheese glazed rump of veal, sage mashed potato, asparagus and wild mushrooms; lime and basil Panacotta with roast pineapple.

Kate Smith has a good understanding of the tourism industry as a whole and prefers writing on relating areas. Many of his articles are about self catering accommodation Sussex.



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