The Southeast Restaurants

If you're in a seaside town, look for that great British staple, fish-and-chips. Perhaps "look" isn't the word—just follow your nose. On the coast, seafood, much of it locally caught, is a specialty. Try local smoked fish (haddock and mackerel) or the succulent local oysters. Inland, sample fresh local lamb and beef. In cities s
If you're in a seaside town, look for that great British staple, fish-and-chips. Perhaps "look" isn't the word—just follow your nose. On the coast, seafood, much of it locally caught, is a specialty. Try local smoked fish (haddock and mackerel) or the succulent local oy
If you're in a seaside town, look for that great British staple, fish-and-chips. Perhaps "look" isn't the word—just foll

If you're in a seaside town, look for that great British staple, fish-and-chips. Perhaps "look" isn't the word—just follow your nose. On the coast, seafood, much of it locally caught, is a specialty. Try local smoked fish (haddock and mackerel) or the succulent local oysters. Inland, sample fresh local lamb and beef. In cities such as Brighton and Tunbridge Wells there are numerous restaurants and cafés, but out in the countryside the best options are often pubs.

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  • 1. Sundial

    $$$$ | French

    A 17th-century brick farmhouse with wood-beamed ceilings and lovely views of the South Downs is home to an excellent Modern French restaurant...Read More

  • 2. Thackeray's

    $$$$ | French

    Once the home of Victorian novelist William Makepeace Thackeray, this mid-17th-century tile-hung house is now an elegant restaurant known for...Read More

  • 3. The Mill

    $ | British

    A short hop down the road from Waverley Abbey, this unusually handsome pub is in an old watermill (which is still working—you can see it in...Read More

  • 4. The Town House

    $$$$ | British

    This small but elegant restaurant in a beautifully converted Regency town house (look above you—the dining room ceiling is quite something)...Read More

  • 5. The Mount Edgcumbe

    $$ | British

    One of the main attractions of this casual town-center restaurant serving traditional English cuisine is that it's in an 8th-century cave; however...Read More

  • 6. The Spotted Dog

    $ | British

    This pub first opened its doors in 1520 and in many ways hardly appears to have changed. Its big inglenook fireplace and heavy beams give it...Read More

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