Where to eat and drink

Tucked in the country lanes and parishes of the Haywards Heath, Burgess Hill and East Grinstead areas are plenty of traditional pubs and dining experiences to explore. Some of our not-so-secret gems include grand tasting experiences at Leonardslee Lakes and Gardens’ Restaurant Interlude, dining at modern European restaurant, Jeremy’s, and The Eighteen Acre restaurant on the Bolney Estate, whilst relaxed eateries The Mug Tree and Tom’s Food create a homely retreat to enjoy homemade delights.

East Grinstead, Haywards Heath and Burgess Hill

front of the The Jack & Jill Inn

The Jack and Jill Inn

The Jack and Jill Inn is a family-run pu...
Internal view of Christina's tea room and gift shop

Christina’s tea room and gift shop

Christina’s afternoon tea room and gif...
Restaurant Interlude's outside sign

Restaurant Interlude

“OUR STORY in·ter·lude \ ˈin-t...
The front of The Bookshop in East Grinstead

The Bookshop

The Bookshop is a quintessential English...
The Mug Tree tea room sign

The Mug Tree Tea Room

East Grinstead’s original tea room...
Two armchairs at The Half Moon

The Half Moon

The Half Moon offers a warm welcome to t...
The inside of Tom's Food

Tom’s Food

Open for brunch and lunch, Tom’s Food ...
The bar at The Stand Up Inn

The Stand Up Inn

The Stand Up Inn may be traditional in a...