Eastbourne restaurants

When it comes to places to eat, there really is something for everyone in town. Take The Green Almond for example. One of the best restaurants in Eastbourne according to TripAdvisor’s rankings, this is a strictly vegetarian bistro. They serve an ever-changing menu of fresh and flavourful dishes, alongside gluten-free options and a small but impressive range of vegan wines, lagers and ciders.

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Old Dave's Burger Co

Old Dave's Burger Co

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The Green Almond

The Green Almond

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Tuk Tuk

Tuk Tuk

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If you’re looking to get your teeth into something a little meatier, then head to Old Dave’s Gourmet Burger Co. Named after Fletcher ‘Old Dave’ Davis – who, legend has it, invented the hamburger back in the 1880s – this is a relaxed eatery with laid-back tunes, free Wi-Fi and an unfussy counter service. Or, if you want to treat yourself to something even meatier, make your way to Two Bulls Steakhouse above the Tally Ho Pub in Old Town, where their steaks are grilled over natural lumpwood charcoal.

Tuk Tuk Indian Street Food is just a short walk from the seafront and is open late most nights of the week. Their tapas style dishes take inspiration from the street food stalls of Mumbai.

If you’re craving some Italian, Eastbourne has that covered too, thanks to La Locanda Del Duca. Established in 2001, this award-winning restaurant has been serving up authentic Italian dishes ever since in their spacious and relaxed dining room a short walk from Grand Parade.

Or try Anema E Core on Bolton Road near the Arndale Centre if you’re craving a pizza, risotto or their amazing arancini rice balls. A family-run restaurant, if you can’t get an evening table as they’re booked up, make sure to stop by for their excellent-value-for-money lunch menu.

Not just a fun name, but Gr/Eat Greek Deli and Cuisine is the leading Greek restaurant in Eastbourne and the perfect place to stuff yourself with Greek meze, chicken souvlaki and more taramasalata than you could shake a bread stick at. A short walk from Grand Parade on Terminus Road, they have an impressive lunch menu but make sure to leave room for their desserts, including baklava and samali, their honey-drenched semolina cake.

The leading Thai restaurant in the region, Seeracha is a cosy 40-capacity restaurant open for lunch Tuesday to Saturday and dinner Monday to Saturday. An authentic Thai kitchen that’s been serving up pad thai for over 20 years, it’s a short stroll from our Town Centre hotel.

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