Film location scouts looking for a pub on a village green will find a prime candidate here. Although 17th century, it has been a pub only since the 1800s; before that it may have been tea rooms. Rich red ceilings and high-backed, red-upholstered settles help create that quintessential warm pubby feeling. A typical carte proposes goats' cheese mousse and rocket pesto; breaded whitebait; Greek spinach and feta pie; veal schnitzel cooked in lemon garlic butter, fried egg, fries and salad. Sandwiches, salads, jackets, and ploughman’s add to the choices.
Open all year
Open all week
Open all day
Lunch: Monday to Friday 12-2.30, Saturday to Sunday 12-3
Dinner: Monday to Saturday 6.30-9.30, Sunday (April to October) 6.30-8.30
Food and drink
Real ales available: Young's IPA, Sharp's Doom Bar and Atlantic, Harvey's Sussex