Restaurant at East Sussex National Resort

(31 Reviews)
Little Horsted, Uckfield, South East England, TN22 5ES
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Vegan Menu

This offer is available from December 10, 2019 until December 10, 2020, subject to availability as displayed in the booking interface. Offer excludes service and includes VAT. Not available in conjunction with other offers.


Main course: £10
Food spend: £25

Restaurant description

Boasting 2 AA Rosettes, Pavilion Restaurant at East Sussex National Resort offers stunning views across the rolling Sussex countryside, along with a mouthwatering selection of modern British dishes. Diners can also sit out on the terrace with a drink, or indulge in afternoon tea inside the adjacent Hunningtons Restaurant.

The Restaurant menu at East Sussex National Resort showcases classic British flavours. Starters include ham hock terrine, while from the grill there is succulent rib-eye steak. At lunch, enjoy a variety of generously filled sandwiches, while on Sundays there is a popular carvery menu filled with slow-cooked meats with all the trimmings.

Afternoon teas at East Sussex National Resort in Uckfield include delicate sandwiches with classic fillings, along with handmade cakes and pastries. Enjoy glasses of bubbles for an extra treat, with the bar also serving up a concise wine list and selection of beers.

An elegant yet approachable setting with superb golf course views, Restaurant at East Sussex National Resort is a 6-minute drive from Uckfield Rail Station.

Dishes displayed on a la carte menus are representative of the type of food available at the restaurant.

Customer reviews for Restaurant at East Sussex National Resort
(based on 31 reviews)

of diners recommend this restaurant

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  • Drinks
  • Ambience
  • Service
  • Value
  • Location

Recommended for

  • afternoon tea (10)
  • al fresco (1)
  • breakfast (4)
  • business (2)
  • child friendly (2)
  • dinner (13)
  • large parties (5)
  • lunch (6)
  • luxury (4)
  • private dining (4)
  • romantic (3)
  • value (5)
  • views (12)
  • By Angela B from Worthing
    5 September 2020

    It was actually nice not to have to book, it means you don’t have to worry about the weather or arrival time.

  • By John M from Crowborough
    26 August 2020

    Went for afternoon tea. Everything was good. The only small complaint would be that the bread was slightly stale. The fillings were perfect. Cakes were a very good collection and the scone, possibly a little bland. The restaurant area itself was stark, lack character. The service itself was spot on.

  • By Claire H from Whyteleafe
    17 August 2020

    Friendly, spacious & clean Afternoon tea was delicious with a good variety of sandwiches, cakes & scones The Bakewell tart, especially, was my favourite

  • By Steve B from Hailsham
    1 August 2020

    Had a very enjoyable meal, Have no complaints.

  • By Georgia B from Eastbourne
    28 December 2019

    Really lovely food, atmosphere and friendly staff. However we were a little disappointed with the choice of food, particularly the pudding options

  • By Laura M from Newick
    17 November 2018


  • By Julieann P from Southend-on-Sea
    25 October 2018

    Large tables and chairs, comfy and spacious, waitress friendly, efficient and asked chef about alternative starters for my daughter and came back with some. Lovely fresh bread rolls and butter and iced water.

  • By HM M from Surrey
    9 June 2018

    Lovely afternoon tea and able to cater for food intolerances (only criticism was the dairy free scones were rock hard). Staff friendly, polite & very smartly dressed. Beautiful location with gorgeous views from where we were sitting.

  • By Eeva H from Bristol
    31 March 2018

    The quinoa starter was a huge let down. The quinoa tasted of nothing, the goat’s cheese tasted strange and the beetroot wasn’t good either. I find it extremely hard to believe that anyone tasted that food before it went out. The veggie options on the menu were pretty poor. Polenta definitely isn’t something I’d choose so I went with the bar menu and ordered quiche and a side of chips. Even on the bar menu, the veggie main option was a curry. Why not a nice veggie burger? Why do a curry when there’s no curry anywhere else on the menu? All in all, it felt like the food was trying to be something it wasn’t. The service was also a let down as all staff were approximately 14 years old so when I voiced my opinion on the starter, nothing was done as I don’t feel the staff are trained to deal with this kind of issue or are just too young to manage it effectively. Polite enough but zero knowledge on handling complaints. The experience definitely did not live up to expectations, which was a shame, as we really had high hopes and the prices suggest a better experience would be enjoyed. Not very pleased.

  • By Ciro M from London
    30 March 2018

    I was very impressed with the service and helpfulness of the staff... Our table was not ready.... so we were offered a complementary round of drinks and we waited in the bar area. The food was very nice and very well presented.... Over all i would highly recommend this’s definitely worth a visit Regards Ciro

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Restaurant at East Sussex National Resort
Little Horsted, Uckfield, South East England, TN22 5ES

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