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.
A welcome replacement for Cuckoo and a step up in quality - really innovative food and a first class wine list, with all by the glass, carafe and bottle. The only blip was a long wait for our desserts, but they were worth the wait. It was our first visit and we will return.
Delicious food - laid back, friendly but excellent service - as always a great soundtrack.
A lovely evening with quality food and a real dedication to getting the best from local produce
This Is a beautiful little restaurant that serves delicious and interesting food in a warm and relaxed atmosphere. Although the menu is small, I found almost every dish appealing. The wine list is good and not expensive. Pleasingly you can buy wine by the glass as well. The staff are friendly and attentive without hovering. Just the right gap between courses. We will certainly be returning as soon as we can and we will recommend No 1 Broad Street to all of our friends.
Newish restaurant (5 months open) which we decided to give a try one evening. Imaginative food well prepared; a good experience. Not inexpensive and portion sizes could be larger but nothing much to say that's not positive. Two starters, two mains, and two glasses - £85; recommended.
Very friendly and welcoming upon arrival. Great food, drink and service. Very impressed with the anniversary card that's a very nice touch. Overall can't wait to go back.
Really enjoyable evening. Great friendly service. The food was delightfully presented and showed the chefs really cared about plating great food.
Pollock seemed a little underdone and too salty. Pea custard excellent. Apple tart piece too small even in the age of nouvelle cuisine. Wine good but £ 24 for half bottle of Sicilian is pricey. Extras very interesting.
Prompt friendly service, good atmosphere with a lovely outside area and fresh food cooked to order and full of flavour. Good selection of wines, will definitely visit again.
Our first trip to No.1 Broad Street and we were very pleasantly surprised. Really good food and a great wine list. The availability of wines by the carafe is a huge plus point as my wife and I generally prefer different things. Service was super- very attentive without being over the top. The atmosphere was a little subdued but this was probably due to it being reasonably quiet. Our booking was at 8:15 so perhaps it is a little more buoyant earlier in the evening. None the less, this was only a minor point and we will definitely come again.
We had a wonderful meal! We selected the tasting menu with six courses and a bottle of wine. This included some very unique a tasty canapés. Service was great! We are already planning our next visit.
Very good service. Great staff and lovely atmosphere. Food ok. A bit disappointing in places. Felt a bit cheated portion wise. Loads of gristle in my ox tail starter. Had the pork done two ways, lovely flavour but the belly pork part was no bigger than my Thumb nail. Didn't get the value in that. Wine nicely chilled but a bit over priced. Have to say , in the absence of a cheese plate option the team pulled it together brilliantly to give me a great alternative. Staff and atmosphere great. Food needs a bit more to bring me back. No competition for ockendon or Jeremy's at the moment
Fabulous meal, way more than we were expecting! Thank you. A really special place and the food is amazing. Well done.
Excellent food and wine for a lunch, with great service. Only slight disappointment was that the wagyu beef oxtail has to much fat in it for my liking. We will return for dinner next time.
Fabulous menu, wonderful food and service, different, fresh and fantastic flavours. So nice to have such a lovely restaurant almost on our doorstep
Fantastic meal, lovely staff, hugely skilled chefs, can't wait to come back!
Excellent food and friendly service - we had a lovely evening!
A fantastic evening. Food was great, staff were superb and couldn't do enough to help us. We'll be back for sure.
Lovely restaurant and food. Service is great - but just a little over attentive. But was a lovely meal & experience.
We really enjoyed our evening at No 1 Broad st. It was our first visit and we will definitely return. The atmosphere was great, waiters were professional and helpful and the food was amazing. Pricey but reasonable value for fine dining. Our only two complaints were how long it took to initially have someone come take our order- understandable for food but hadn’t even taken a drinks order. Second complaint was our white wine wasn’t anywhere near cold enough. We ordered the local Ditchling wine and I wonder if they only chilled it once we’d ordered it so it hadn’t had very long. They brought me some ice when I asked which improved it. Overall though, we were very impressed and pleased the place has opened.
Delicious food and excellent service. We’re looking forward to returning. Please play more chilled and quieter music.
A lovely evening enjoying dinner in the garden. All the food was delightful and wonderfully presented. Loved the little surprise pre starters. A shame there were not more people as it would have added to the atmosphere.
Great to see the "small plate" options. Plenty of chances for a table of four people to share a variety of interesting dishes, including some old favourites, like the crab tart and, of course, pea custard.
The attention to detail was first class, making the experience very personal. The choice and quality of the food food was superb, albeit portions could be slightly larger. We enjoyed a real fine dining evening in a very relaxed atmosphere and will return soon.
It was good to chat with the Head Chef and visit the kitchen