Twelve of the best places to eat & drink in Worthing
Food glorious food plus some great places to drink too. Below we outline our top picks of independent places to eat and drink in Worthing.
The Crab Shack
With an enviable location over-looking the sea, The Crab Shack was recently voted in the Sunday Times as one of the top UK places to eat seafood whilst gazing out to sea. Don’t miss their sharing platter. Just opposite is Splash Point, a fountain made of giant rocks which emit a light rainbow mist to keep little ones entertained while you enjoy your lunch.
Located just north of Railway Station on South Farm Road. Treat yourself to freshly baked artisan pastries from the amazing selection on offer at The Pantry.
Squeeze in, join the banter & enjoy a few real ales at micro pub Anchored Inn.
Treat yourself to homemade Sicilian gelato at Giuseppes Lite along Warwick Street.
The Corner House Pub
Located at the top of the High Street, family run Corner House offers a relaxed vintage, doggy friendly vibe serving gluten free beer and top grub. Don’t forget the sunny garden complete with heated booths for chilly evenings.
Book yourself in for Pizza at Fiordilatte in Warwick street. Kids will love the bunny shaped pizzas.
Cosy up and enjoy a Turkish feast in family run Efes at Clifton Road.
Southern Pavilion Cafe
No visit to Worthing is complete without a stroll down the pier. Why not savour the moment with a traditional cream tea at the Southern Pavilion located at the far end of the pier. As we’re not in Devon or Cornwall nobody cares if you go jam and then cream or vice versa – just enjoy!
The Fat Greek Taverna
The Fat Greek offers a laid back lunch spot, ideal for a family feast. A huge flaming open grill takes centre stage and gives the restaurant a cosy feel on chillier days. Equally when the sun shines the whole front opens up to give an alfresco feel.
Popular new burger bar with a super cool interior on Portland Road. The Woods‘ tasty menu includes brioche and gluten free buns as well as milkshakes and craft beer. Busy at weekends so booking in advance advisable.
One of Worthing’s premier pubs; tuck into a cracking Sunday roast at the Egremont Pub.