Sussex Finest

Sussex boasts some of the best homegrown produce in the country. For this category, we asked you to go out exploring and find the venues that hold “Made In Sussex” at the heart. We were looking for the best places within a 15-mile radius of Brighton and Hove. Village pubs serving local ale, idyllic views and provincial charm, stately or historic homes serving a lavish high tea, or gastronomic destinations which specialise in creating menus cameoing local produce, where epitomises the best of Sussex?

This years BRAVO for Sussex Finest is sponsored by Total Clean Exteriors.

1st place

Worthing’s number one son, Kenny Tutt, picks up the BRAVO for Sussex’s finest. The 2018 MasterChef winner’s restaurant, Pitch, is the go-to spot in this increasingly popular and foodie focused part of Sussex. His restaurant combines stylish interiors, unbeatable service and truly award-worthy modern cuisine that champions the county.

2nd place

Nestled in the picturesque village of Hurstpierpoint, The New Inn is a local pub with a regional draw. It’s a perennially satisfying local, boasting a large suntrap beer garden for the summer and log fires for the winter. General Manager Jon Cannon-Gierth brings his experience of managing Michelin star kitchens into the mix with a proudly Sussex menu.

3rd place

The Rose and Crown in Cuckfield earned your praise and receives a top three spot in Sussex finest. Sussex born chef, Simon Dennis and general manager-owner James Clark are both passionate about Sussex produce and providing the community with a fantastic country pub that’s a foodie destination.

The Fig Tree - Best Restaurants Sussex. Brighton Restaurant Awards
4th place

The Fig Tree

5th place

Bayside Social | Worthing

The CrabShack, Worthing, Sussex restaurant
8th place

Crabshack | Worthing

11th place

Dean's Place | Alfriston

17th place