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The Sussex Ox, Milton Street - pub details

Sussex Ox
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Address: Milton Street, Alfriston, Polegate, East Sussex, BN26 5RL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 24249) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Website: http://www.thesussexox.co.uk

Nearest train stations Berwick (1.9 miles), Polegate (3.4 miles), Seaford (4.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.7/10 (rated by 29 users)
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5 most recent reviews of 38 shown - see all reviews

Gem of a pub hidden away off the A27.

Harvey's BB and Gun Brewery's golden ale, Scaramanga. Both very good. Food very good too, at a reasonable price. The pub makes a feature of local produce.

Stunning views of the Downs to the south west.

All good!
WipersTom - 1 Oct 2015 07:55
This pub has recently changed ownership. The new owners are making a few changes, some good ones and some not so good. You now have to wait at your table for someone to take your food order. I went to order at the bar and was told I could not order food but I noticed that the waitress was giving the food orders to the barman to input into their system. I wasn't very happy as I had to wait before someone came to serve me at my table. On the plus side, they now allow dogs in most of the pub. The new owners seem enthusiastic and trying to improve the pub, lets hope that they do it in a positive way.
Sussexcrawler - 3 Jul 2014 07:04
Two Harvey's ales and Dark Star Hophead when I visited Saturday lunchtime - had a pint of Hophead and a dark beer form Harvey's whose name slips me. Both pints were excellent. They also appear to sell quality 'local' lagers on draft which I'd be interested to try sometime. Staff were very friendly and pleasant in a natural way - well done.
kernott1 - 8 Dec 2013 20:28
Beautiful pub with nice staff.
Food was lovely as was the wine.
View from the outside decking superb.
Inside and out a real gem.
rainbowian - 21 Oct 2013 12:31
Probably a pub that divides opinion, possibly because it's more of a restaurant that serves beer rather than a boozer that serves food. Interior is pleasant and while there's two tables by the bar, it's mostly set out for diners. The Sunday menu has plenty of choice although while my friend enjoyed their battered fish with chips, my chicken & leek puff pastry pie with veg was a let down (the whole dish was bland and under seasoned, and the sauce in the pie looked and tasted over-thickened with cornflour). Suspect had I chosen a different dish it could have been fine. Beer was nice though, Darkstar 'Ox Head (Hophead basically) and Sunburst, plus Harveys, and the Ox Head tasted fine. Service was friendly and courteous plus the place is wheelchair-friendly. The well tended gardens and views of the countryside make this a pleasant place to escape to.
fazerblue - 20 May 2012 23:23

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