Places To Eat Outside In West Sussex
When the sun’s shining bright, there’s nothing like a delicious meal outside.
Stop by one of our welcoming restaurants in West Sussex with areas to eat outside, and enjoy a delicious, locally-sourced meal al fresco, along with a refreshing pint of award-winning, proper Butcombe beer.
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Restaurants With Outside Dining In West Sussex
Enjoy a delicious, locally-sourced, home-cooked meal at one of our restaurants in and around West Sussex, close to popular attractions like the Goodwood Estate, Hever Castle, West Wittering Beach or the South Downs National Park.
The Royal Oak
Boasting 200 years of history and nestled away near the South Downs National Park is The Royal Oak. Kids and dogs are welcome at The Royal Oak, and the menu, chock-full of pub favourites, has something for everyone, with gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian options available for all dietary requirements.
The Old House Inn
Tucked away in the delightful village of Copthorne in West Sussex is The Old House Inn. Behind the bar you’ll find a selection of award-winning beer from our own Butcombe Brewery, and you’ll notice that our menus and daily specials also feature our own ales where possible – like our Butcombe Gold beer-battered fish and chips. We also have vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options available, ensuring that there is something for everyone on the menu.
With beautiful countryside scenery on our doorstep, and a wealth of attractions nearby, The Welldiggers Arms is the perfect spot for delicious food and thirst-quenching drinks. Our all-day food offer focuses on seasonal, locally sourced produce and hearty pub classics, with plenty of our award-winning Butcombe beer available to wash it down.
The White Horse
Set amongst the foothills of the South Downs National Park and just moments from the remarkable Goodwood Estate, you will find The White Horse. A favourite with locals and visitors alike, our ever-changing seasonal menus feature produce from local suppliers, along with a cracking range of cask ale, craft beer, cider, fine wines and classic cocktails.