There is a choice of places where you can eat in Steyning High Street. They are all within a very short walk from Rosebud Holiday Cottage so there’s no need to drive!
Steyning Cafes and Restaurants
This cosy cafe is open Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings with an excellent French menu. It’s the ideal place to go if you would like to brush up on your French language skills. Thursday is the best night for this as Sarah, who runs the cafe, tries to avoid speaking English this evening!
Book on 01903 813311
The White Horse
This pub has an attached restaurant which opens each evening.
Inside it is decorated in a contemporary classic style. Outside there’s a large verandah covered with huge parasols from which you can enjoy views of the countryside as you dine.
French food evenings in Steyning take place at the quirky Chez Joel Bistro. Delicious French food is served on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings.
Every Thursday evening there’s a chance to both enjoy wonderful food and brush up on your language skills, as that night is a French speaking evening. Sarah, the owner, will do her best to avoid any use of English!
French Speaking Evening
“Digging up our school French at Chez Joel was a hoot and the food deliciously oozing with butter and cream. Fantastic value too.“
(Written by a recent guest at Rosebud Cottage).
French Food Evenings in Steyning
The evening menu always has a meat, fish and vegetarian dish on offer. There are some fantastic desserts and the wines are excellent.
2 courses cost £19.99, 3 courses £25.99.
As the cafe is small it is best to book if possible: 01903 813311
Daytime Food at Chez Joel
Chez Joel is open every day for drinks and tasty snacks, apart from Sunday.
The cafe is at 96 Steyning High Street, just a few minutes walk from Rosebud Cottage.
The George At Burpham is a unique 17th century inn. Burpham itself is a charming small village near Arundel in the South Downs National Park.
The pub has an inviting modern interior and serves seasonal, locally-sourced, freshly-cooked food, beers, wines and spirits.
It is locally owned and aims to live up to the ambition . . . “By the locals, for the locals, of the locals – and a very warm welcome to everyone.”. . . including muddy-booted walkers and well-behaved dogs!
They serve delicious British food – always home cooked with the freshest seasonal ingredients, locally sourced where possible.
This pub is close to footpaths so is a good place to stop if you are hiking locally