Lunch Wednesday to Saturday
Dinner Tuesday to Saturday
Closed Sunday and Monday
- Private Dining
- Outside Seating Area
About No.1 Broad Street
Relaxed fine dinning in the picturesque village of Cuckfield. Seasonal, produce led dishes from Head Chef Johnny Stanford.
Divine asparagus and thank you for making our guest feel special with a birthday card from all of you.
We cannot fault the exquisite flavours, the imaginative food, the friendly and flexible service...and the attention to detail of everything. The one point we all made was that the courses are just too small. Irrespective of price, there was simply not enough of anything for us to feel satisfied (the portion size was more tasting menu proportions) and the bill did not reflect that. So, while we desperately want to support this wonderful new addition to Cuckfield dining, this will be a deterrent.
Great food and super friendly staff (I was so close to giving the food 5 but will wait til after our next trip to test the consistency!). Really enjoyed the setting and the ambience - highly recommended and already looking forward to our next visit!
To have a new restaurant in the area is good news and was something we wanted to try out on our wedding anniversary. We were welcomed and shown to our seats in a clean crisp dining room and chose our meals. The wine list is very expensive and unless you know your grapes from the brief bottle description, you might not know what you are ordering. A simple white Burgundy was £46. The food arrived, both starter and mains were beautifully presented and tasted fine. However there was so little on the plate that we were left disappointed and hungry.There was no spoon provided for the smoked eel veloute. We don't generally do puddings and would have loved a Sussex / British cheeseboard, but cheese isn't on the menu? So with cliched Lichtenstein prints on the wall and nouvelle cuisine levels of food, we left feeling that this new enterprise is more a case of style over substance. Fine dining or not, when we go out to eat that's what we need to feel good about. The additional discretionary 10% service charge was not taken up. (and should never be added to restaurant bills in my opinion). Lovely food well presented, but the experience needs to be developed to hit the levels of Gravetye, Ockenden and Jeremy's, unless of course the target audience is somewhat different?
Fabulous restaurant - great food and excellent service Recommend to anyone who wants a wonderful meal
I had a really lovely birthday lunch with friends, I loved the added touch of a signed birthday card. Thank you and we will definitely be coming back!
Excellent all round!
Sadly the food was lost in the horror that was the ambience, service and treatment we received. No-one was unpleasant but the waiter we had was incompetent. He interrupted us, forgot who had ordered what and was most underwhelming when describing the dishes. When the cooking staff gave us our food things were better, but £7.50 for 3 potatoes did seem a little steep.
Good food. Compact menu well prepared. Good wine list. Guests happy. Everybody is asking me how it went and I say the above and recomend you. I suspect you need bigger premises in due course
The food was lovely and delicious, however we did feel the portion sizes were a little on the small side, especially the main courses.
The bread and amuse buche were the hightlight and the lemon posset enjoyable. Sadly the rest of the dishes lacked substance, the cauliflower dish was the low point- It would have struggled as an £8 starter, let alone a £17 main. The staff were friendly and the restaurant nicely done, but overall poor value for money.
Nice neighbourhood restaurant, recently opened in small atmospheric premises. Good menu, food well prepared and presented and friendly service. Will definitely visit again.
First Class fine dining