Eating & Drinking in Seaford
Pubs, Cafes and Restaurants in Seaford
There are lots around the town that you will come across. Most serve decent pub food. Here is a list of those we have visited and enjoyed:
Pub – The Wellington Hotel locally known as 'The Welly' is our closest pub, about 10 minutes walk away. Each evening has themed meals served alongside a great selection of real ales and some great malt whisky. Can recommend Wednesday night, steak night!
Front Room Cafe, (www.frontroomseaford.co.uk) High Street, breakfast, lunch, tea, coffee and cakes – fabulous food and friendly service, with a walled garden and small play area. Also opens on Friday and Saturday evening for tapas, well worth a visit.
Pomegranate Cafe, Broad Street, Another nice café, serving meditteranean style breakfast, lunch, tea and cakes
Olivers Restaurant (www.olliversrestaurant.co.uk) - for more formal evening dining, Olivers serves modern British food and is open from Tuesday to Saturday evenings only - worth pre-booking for Friday and Saturday evenings.
Gino’s - (www.ginosseaford.co.uk)Tucked away across the road from the station, Gino’s delivers great Italian food at good value prices. A long time Seaford favourite, also does takeaway.
Bengal Palace - Church street, tasty Indian food, also does take-away. You can view the menu on their website.
The New Dynasty Chinese - restaurant and take away.
Cuckmere Inn - (Cuckmere Inn) This doesn't serve the best food in Seaford, and the service can be slow when it's busy - however it has great views over the cuckmere river and on a fine day, the beer garden is chock a block full. It's a nice walk over the fields to the pub, maybe a 15 minute walk, or 30 minute stroll...
Thai Terre in East Dean - (Thai Terre) also worth a visit, and they also offer take away and offer delivery on a Friday and Saturday evening.
The Tiger Inn - (Tiger Inn) also in East Dean, caters to the well heeled hunting and shooting crowd, but delivers good food.
The Ram Inn - (Ram Inn) in Firle is a gastropub, serving tasty food and real ales. You can walk to Firle from Seaford in a couple of hours, worth it for the amazing views from Firle Beacon.