Top 10 Lindfield, United Kingdom foods
Discover the best food in Lindfield, United Kingdom including Limes Bistro, The Witch Inn, Lockhart Tavern, Paolino Italian Restaurant, Jeremy's at Borde Hill, Tamasha Lindfield, Bent Arms, Cafe Rouge, Cote Brasserie - Haywards Heath, The Snowdrop Inn
1. Limes Bistro
4 based on 431 reviews
Limes Restaurant is situated on the High Street of the historic and picturesque village of Lindfield in West Sussex. The restaurant has a seasonal menu with daily specials using locally sourced produce. Our cuisine is British with the occasional Asian inf
Reviewed By JordaneLabauve - Cambridge, United Kingdom
Amazing value for money
Lunch between 2 meetings1st visit2 courses lunch at £14.95 or 3 courses for £16.95.Good food and good service.Rhubarb Eton mess to die for
2. The Witch Inn
4 based on 379 reviews
This historic building was refurbished in April 2011. The pub offers fresh local produce on our weekly changing menu, a selection of lager, ales, cider & wine from local suppliers. Our Head Chef, Frederic Bodeau, has worked at many top establishments in F
Reviewed By D3897ITandrewk - Wantage, United Kingdom
My favourite restaurant in this part of the world
I vist Lindfield 3-4 times a year and always make time for a meal in the Witch. There is a welcoming atmosphere, the service is excellent, the food is very good and there is a good selection of wines and beers. It is certainly a cut above the average gastropub and well above the competition in the local area.
3. Lockhart Tavern
4 based on 169 reviews
Independent pub with dining room, serving a great selection of craft beers, wines and spirits alongside traditional pub food all prepared freshly onsite and to order.
Reviewed By E8887TZmartinp - Brighton
We sampled 8 of the draft beers between us really enjoying the variety of this selection from craft breweries. Probably not so hot is you like that fizzy bottom fermented stuff but the gin sole tin is outstanding to as is the wine list. Need to revisit to carry on sampling!
4. Paolino Italian Restaurant
4 based on 349 reviews
Reviewed By JonesEngland - England
We chose here to celebrate my daughter’s 12th birthday and from the moment we booked they could not have been more helpful. We had quite a big table and so talked about the best way to plan the menu etc before the event itself. On the evening it all went brilliantly. The manager was so lovely; she was brilliant with the children, and made everyone feel welcome. The food was fantastic and the whole experience really special, my daughter and all her friends loved it. Thank you Paolinos for a perfect evening. Highly recommend for any family celebration.
5. Jeremy's at Borde Hill
4 based on 642 reviews
Reviewed By cccustard - Saint-Malo, France
Second time unlucky
Following my previous glowing review https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/ShowUserReviews-g504221-d719387-r633168006-Jeremy_s_at_Borde_Hill-Haywards_Heath_West_Sussex_England.html we decided to return to Jeremy's for lunch full of expectation. Sadly we weren't so lucky this time, however one constant is the service which is impeccable.Checking the menus online I was really fancying the cockle warmer with Haddock Brandade, Ox cheeks and apple crumble but sadly this menus was not available due to a busy day previously. So I chose the daily menu which was preceded by a canape of cods roe with beetroot and I think a small crispy potato. As it turned out this was the best part of the meal!My starter was lamb dumplings. They were more wontons than dumplings and pleasant enough but far too much going on. My wife went to the card and had quail breast, quail scotch egg and other bits and pieces. This was delicious - I tasted the main bits. The quail was perfectly cooked as was the scotch egg with a perfect yolk. There was a black garlic mousse too which was great too.Main course for me was lamb's liver, a sort of lamb bonbon and I think cavalo nero. My first piece of liver was so overcooked it was inedible. The waiter got me a replacement, two pieces this time with one being a raggedy mess and the other still overcooked but just about edible. Apparently the liver was first treated sous vide. Why??? Everything on the plate was over-salted and I like salt. The charge for this dish was removed from our bill. My wife had lamb too - lots of it. Not bad but once again everything way too salty.Dessert was treacle tart for both of us. Pastry was way too short and therefore dry. And it was more of a sponge in the centre, not the treacly mess I was expecting. Tasted more gingery than treacly.We had the same Chianti which was still good. Coffee this time hot and accompanied by some delicious fudge and a boring shortbread biscuit.So... we will revisit based upon our previous visit but if the next visit is like this it will be our last. A harsh but fair review and I so wanted it to be as glowing as the first.Thank you for your latest review. I do agree that it is fair enough to point out aspects of your experience that did not match your previous visit but I am glad that there were still positives which you enjoyed during the meal. The kitchen does achieve a high level of consistency but must not rest on its laurels and occasionally must accept that a method of cooking might not be the best solution for a particular ingredient. This seems to be the case with the lamb’s liver and thanks to your comments, it is no longer on the menu.. Over-salted food is something that most chefs need to watch out for and your comments will be taken seriously in the kitchen. The old maxim of “you can add but can’t take away” is very true.I did try the treacle tart today and found it very agreeable though not necessarily very treacly!Finally, I was delighted that you still marked the service at 5. Please do ask for me or the restaurant manager Giacomo personally when you next book with us as we would like to offer you a glass each of the Chianti you love so much to compensate the disappointment of the recent dishes.
6. Tamasha Lindfield
4 based on 348 reviews
Reviewed By paulwJ2396QN - Haywards Heath, United Kingdom
Average at best
Been to Tamasha twice now, first to eat in and the second used as a takeaway. First the good bits, the restaurant has a car park and if full there is several other car parks nearby and the interior of the restaurant looks the part. Now the not so good, when we ate in the service was poor with quite a wait for the food, what made it worse was that when it came it was barely warm so had clearly been sitting around for a while. The timing experience was repeated with takeaway. When ordering you are given a collection time, and having arrived 5 minutes after the time given we expected it to be ready and wasn’t for us, but ended up waiting for another for another 15 minutes.Overall the food is not as good as that at Tarana and as as consequence we won’t be going to Tamasha again.
7. Bent Arms
4 based on 262 reviews
Reviewed By Shelagh G - Haywards Heath, United Kingdom
A good English village pub
Have eaten here on several occasions. Excellent well cooked & presented food at a very reasonable price. Very good friendly service. There is a very pleasant atmosphere in the restaurant Good car park at the rear
8. Cafe Rouge
4 based on 590 reviews
Inspired by French cuisine and Parisienne bistro style. Cafe Rouge is your local bistro to enjoy delicious food and gorgeous glass of wine. Please ask us about our fabulous Function Room to, to hold your own parties in, or meetings.
Reviewed By Got5ski - Haywards Heath, United Kingdom
Red Nose 2019 event
Cannot thank Byron, Erik and Dominic enough for their help with the Red Nose Day activities.They were great and the food was good too!Amazingly we raised £1,000Bonjour,Thank you for the fab 5* review, great to hear you had a fantastic visit!I am glad we helped with the donation, and a great figure raised for such great causes.Hope to see you again soon!Merci
9. Cote Brasserie - Haywards Heath
4 based on 418 reviews
Our inspiration for the food and design of Cote is a modern interpretation of the many famous bistros of Paris. Inspired by new trends, we are dedicated to serving authentic classic brasserie dishes with a modern twist, using high quality produce at great
Reviewed By Alison C - Haywards Heath, United Kingdom
Good food, efficient and friendly staff. Onion soup is the real French deal; salmon with ratatouille delicious. Creme brulee gives out the appropriate little crunch when you break the surface! Thanks - a good time was had. I don't drink but apparently the Cote du Rhone was lovely.
10. The Snowdrop Inn
4 based on 272 reviews
A recently refurbished charming and characterful Country Pub/Restaurant. Come and enjoy freshly cooked food, well kept real ales and a quality wine and spirits list in beautiful and relaxed environment.
Reviewed By Paul T - Orpington, United Kingdom
Fabulous Sunday Lunch !
After reading recent reviews (since the re-launch) we were unsure if this meal would be good or just ok - delighted to say that it surpassed our expectations and was one of the tastiest Sunday lunches we have ever had! Staff were perfectly attentive, polite, professional and helpful. Drinks were reasonably priced. Food was lovely - a little more expensive than some places but definitely worth it. It seems that earlier ‘teething problems’ have been resolved and this is most certainly a place to recommend. Well done to the team! See you again whenever we are visiting the area!Dear Paul, Thank you so much for taking the time to write this fabulous review! Your lovely comments have been passed onto the team and we all look forward to welcoming you again when you are back in the area!Kind regardsGeorge