Eastbourne restaurants recommendations

March 3, 2013 | By More



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Eastbourne Restaurants and Pubs

Eastbourne restaurants, ice cream parlours, tea rooms, bistros, pubs, kiosks, cafes – there are a huge range of eating places - these are some locally recommended restaurants and pubs that we and our guests like in Eastbourne and around. This includes those restaurants and pubs close by to our bed and breakfast.

Within just 1-2 minutes walk of Gyves House guesthousewe have plenty of eating choices:

Seeracha, at the end of St Aubyns Rd (94 Seaside), serves classical Thai cuisine in a friendly atmosphere, it is a highly regarded restaurant in Eastbourne town.

The Dolphin fish and chip restaurant, just two doors away from the Seeracha, is considered to offer the best fish and chips in Eastbourne – it has a restaurant area at the back as well as being a traditional British fish and chip shop.
The Marine pub is extremely popular and has a large menu and gets great ratings from the guests of Gyves House and other nearby bed and breakfasts. It is busy all year round and has a unique approach to Christmas decorations -unbelievably over the top – but this has to be seen to be believed and people seem to like it.
The Victoria pub in Latimer Road, just 200 yards from Gyves House b&b, is a Harveys of Lewes pub, serving a great pint and and a solid pub menu on Thursdays, Fridays ,Saturdays and Sundays (27 Latimer Road).

Just a little bit more than two minutes away are ..

Shimla, a small , very good quality Indian restaurant – the best of the nearby ones (9 Seaside) 
The Crown and Anchor  on the Parade (15-16 Marine Parade) – good quality pub food, good size Sunday Roast portions -live music often on Fridays

Cosmo, a pan-asian restaurant with branches all over the UK , just a step away from the Crown and Anchor (113 Seaside)

If you work your way into the centre of Eastbourne and find yourself in the town you will find so many different eating places of different qualities, these are just a mention of some that we and our guests have enjoyed:
Pomodoro-e-Mozarella and La Locanda Del Luca are sister restaurants side by side – Pomodoro is a great solid authentic Italian and La Locanda is a little more refined ( 23/24/26 Cornfield Terrace).

Channel Restaurant is a dedicated fish restaurant, nice atmosphere, local fish and local ingredients ( at the West Rocks Hotel,46 Grand Parade)

Morgans Bistro Italian bistro, good value (119 South Street)

Out of Eastbourne town
It’s not possible to do justice to all those places and pubs in nearby villages and towns where you can enjoy a good meal …worth mentioning though:
The Tiger Inn at East Dean…a beautiful pub on the green of this stunning village near the Birling Gap.
The Beachy Head at Beachy Head …looks a bit unwelcoming from the outside but inside its a surprising pub with amazing views from large windows over the Downs towards the Seven Sisters – try and get the window tables.
The Eight Bells at Jevington….perfect after a long walk or cycle on the Downs.
Middle Farm at Firle - enjoy lunch in the restaurant after browsing the farm shop with its own butchery, cheese shop and it’s national collection of cider, perry and ales.
Moonrakers restaurant in Alfriston serving fresh, locally sourced food in the unique surroundings of this historical village.
We could go on of course, there’s much to discover when you come stay in Eastbourne at Gyves House bed and breakfast

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