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13
Apr
2018

Top five pubs for food in Horsham

the black jug

In Horsham there are so many fantastic places to grab lunch or dinner, with a range of local and even historic pubs to lap up the atmosphere. If you’re looking for some inspiration, here are out top five pubs for food in Horsham!

The Olive Branch – 12 Bishopric, Horsham, RH12 1QR

the olive branch

This award-winning gastro pub at the top of the Bishopric serves up a delicious selection of classic British cuisine and traditional beers, ales, cocktails, gins and wines. Enjoy an extravagant Sunday roast in the light and spacious glass-roofed conservatory and take your pick of pork loin, prime beef rib, slow-cooked lamb shoulder, or nut roast accompanied by goose fat roasted potatoes, glazed root vegetables, Yorkshire pudding, cauliflower cheese and seasonal greens.

Lighter lunches are also available during the week including sloppy joes, Philly cheesesteaks, and the famous Olive Branch Club Sandwich. Stick around on a Friday or Saturday evening and you can enjoy live music and DJ sets into the night.

The Black Jug – 31 North Street, Horsham, RH12 1RJ

the black jug

The Black Jug is a traditional Horsham pub, and as well as being a great place to stop in for an after work pint, it also offers tasty lunchtime bites and delectable Sunday roasts to make your mouth water. Get your taste buds tingling with incredible starters like goats cheese arancini and halloumi chips, main dishes include monkfish wrapped in parma ham, wild mushroom tortellini, or even a 10oz ribeye steak.

Sunday roast offers a choice of topside of beef, pork loin, shoulder of lamb or parsnip and chestnut loaf. And what could be better after a delicious meal on a cold winter’s afternoon than sitting by a roaring log fire and contemplating life with an after-dinner drink.

The Green Man – Church Road, Partridge Green, RH13 8JT


Looking to enjoy fabulous food and drink in a beautiful and relaxed environment? Then look no further than the Green Man in Partridge Green.

Ideally located in a rural setting, this 19th century free house is a haven of tranquility with no TVs and bar games, just good company and even better food. Winner of Business Matters Awards, Best Place to Eat in Sussex, 2017, the Green Man offers everything from succulent meats to flavoursome fish dishes, and a Sunday Lunch that is well… just legendary.

Be sure to check out their specials board for something a little off piste, and wash it down with a traditional British ale or a delightful glass of wine.

The Greets Inn – 47 Friday Street, Warnham, RH12 3QY

the greets inn

The ideal location to enjoy a relaxing afternoon in a quintessentially English country pub and sample some scrumptious rustic dishes made using the freshest, locally sourced ingredients.

The emphasis is on wholesome and simple food, classic dishes are made using the best ingredients and given that little extra zing with a Greets twist. Succulent fish, exquisite game and poultry, as well as some of the region’s finest pork, beef and lamb are used to create exciting dishes and tantalise your taste buds.

Enjoy cosy fireside dining during the cold winter months and fresh open air lunches in the summer.

The Sussex Oak – 2 Church St, Warnham, RH12 3QW

the sussex oak

Just outside Horsham, the Sussex Oak is a traditional pub offering not just beautiful scenic views and a warm and welcoming atmosphere, but also delicious food and drink to enjoy as you while away the hours.

Whet your appetite with light delights like locally smoked duck breast, goats cheese and orange salad or a whole baked Camembert and then dive into a homemade fish pie, savour a slow roasted lamb shank or tuck into a char-grilled 10oz rib eye steak. Just be sure to leave room for dessert – trust us.

Let us know if you agree with us and where else you think is top rated in and around Horsham!

1 Response

  1. Richard Grady

    I had a superb meal at the Kings Arms on the Bishopric in Horsham recently, surprised that hasn’t made the list. The range of Ales was right up my street too.

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