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Quench, Burgess Hill

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bar not a pub. dont let that put you off. 3 pumps, harveys and 2 dark star. bistro next door(cant say anything about the food, never eaten there!) never had a bad pint in there. worth a visit.
tc_imbiber - 6 Jul 2011 16:16
Modern style bistro-bar that rather unexpectedly serves real ale--Dark Star when I was there
Uncle_Dunkel - 2 Nov 2010 12:36
As a lover of good food Quench is by far THE best bar in Burgess Hill for GOOD, FRESH,IMAGINITIVE home cooking, the new re fit has done wonders for the bar.
I am not a drinker of real ales but drink with people who are and they tell me the ales are excelent.If you have not visited do give it a try.
carlingdarling - 31 Jan 2010 20:21
My favourite bar/restaurant in Burgess Hill. Fantastic staff, delicious menu and lovely atmosphere. Menu ranges from light bites to full dishes, great cocktail menu plus some scrummy shots!!
Janenicola - 8 Sep 2009 09:56
Making a serious attempt to sell real ale (has occasional mini beer festivals) and trying a variety of things to make the bar a success in a town where pubs rule the roost.
Always worth a visit but I tend not to stay there all night as its either packed, or I'm heading elsewhere.
Good effort - keep it up!
raveydavey - 4 Sep 2009 15:50
Now Quench Bar and Kitchen, Jamie the owner has done wonders with the limited space he has, Great atmosphere and a great range of drinks. The staff are polite and know their stuff and are well managed by Phil Biggs who was manager of the Potters. The restaurant is relaxed with a chef who serves up some great food. Quench in my view is the best bar in Burgess Hill.
ciderman999 - 17 Mar 2009 00:17
This place really ticks the boxes for me; well run, great quality drinks inc real ale from the local Dark Star Brewery and a pleasant atmosphere - rare in Burgess Hill. For anyone looking for a 'grown-up' drink in smart surroundings, need look no further. Maybe a bit on the small side, but hey, a good vibe!
Jimsal - 21 May 2008 15:56
Cobra on Draught and Heineken Continental promised soon - good prices - a lot cheaper than most !
anonymous - 4 Sep 2007 13:43
Jamie, the new owner has put a lot of effort into this small, but friendly and lively bar. Harveys Real Ale being stocked from early September - the only town centre pub with it!! A good place to try a mean cocktail or unusal shots.
anonymous - 4 Sep 2007 13:42
casbah is now quench much the same but the telly is not always on
anonymous - 6 Dec 2006 17:10
Jelly bar is now Casbah, and more inviting. Just about room for 35 people now. Very pleasant and good choice of beers etc, although I found the big screen tv a bit intrusive. Does it always need to be on?
raveydavey - 4 Jan 2006 00:49
Nice bar Nice atmosphere when the owner is not there!!
anonymous - 24 Aug 2005 13:26
A small bar, but gets quite busy, especially Saturday nights when there is normally a cramped in artist strumming away on a guitar. The folding front windows mean you can spill out onto the street and sit at an outside picnic table !
The draught lagers can be a bit iffy if it has been quiet - not enough trade at times to do the selection justice.
Paddo1 - 21 Aug 2005 09:50
Has been open for about 3yrs. Trying to introduce a different culture into Burgess Hill. Very small bar with only a few seats but worth a visit if stopping off in BH. Far better than the sticky carpets and smell of The Railway up the Road
Ravey Davey - 14 Mar 2005 18:57

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