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All reviews sunday roast cheesy chips brie lamb the pub deep fried halloumi excellent beer good selection of ales friendly bar staff on tap place to eat fantastic food generous portions boozer castle homemade veg
We went here for a Sunday roast - the food is outstanding. The veg was cooked to perfection and the roasties were crisp on the outside, soft and fluffy on the inside. The vegan nut roast was to die for - massive chunks of nuts...More
My partner and I had lunch at the Lewes Arms on the recommendation of a local shopkeeper. We were not disappointed., the food is excellent quality and clearly homemade. Such generous portions that I struggled to finish my bacon cheeseburger.! The staff were friendly helpful...More
We came here for a Sunday roast and were really surprised by how good it was. The pub itself is very unassuming and the seating is in dire need of reupholstering - the seats were torn to an extent where you could see the foam...More
My partner and her best friend recently celebrated their birthdays together and so i wanted to hire a function room to celebrate, the guys at the lewes arms couldn't have been more helpful from start to finish! Booking the room was easy and sorting out...More
Perfect retreat on a cold blustery day. Excellent
food, Brie & bacon sandwich & steak sandwich really good value for money . Quick service, perfect for lunch time.
We have also had Sunday lunch here - not to be missed!!
This is a friendly ,...More
Dropped into this very traditional pub while browsing around the town, such a pleasant surprise, a really good roast, with excellent veg selection, well cooked and presented. Friendly bar staff and nice surroundings. Would highly recommend.
The chef is absolutely amazing beautiful food. One bar staff rather rude on the telephone and also whilst there as he wouldn’t move of the pavement for our disabled friend which then he had to struggle and walk on the road to struggle back on...More