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The Rose and Crown, Cuckfield - pub details

Rose and Crown
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Address: London Road, Cuckfield, West Sussex, RH17 5BS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12182) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Haywards Heath (1.6 miles), Balcombe (3.4 miles), Wivelsfield (3.5 miles)

Brewery: Hall and Woodhouse

Pub facilities/features:
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> Current user rating: 6.2/10 (rated by 17 users)
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Enjoyed tapas here one lunchtime with my son. Only go there now for a drink as the Other Half only eats English food.
c_and_j - 18 Aug 2011 11:00
My family and I thoroughly enjoyed the friendly atmosphere and truly authentic food here. The staff were amazing at catering for our needs especially those of my young children who were given colouring pencils and pads to keep them entertained as we all sat down to a delicious set of tapas dishes. For my main I order cod which was highly morish and bursting with flavour, I usually find cod from the fish and chip shop highly greasy and completely bland in flavour; however this cod was lightly battered and just tasted exquisit. Luckily they served chips which the kids were delighted about as they love them, but who doesn't? We ordered some drinks before the meal, which all came out quickly and were actually very reasonably priced. My children had the cuckfield mess for dessert which was delicious and came with raspberries and strawberries. The pub itself was clean and modern with fresh flowers which were lovely.After the meal the kids were offered some sweets out of a sweetie jar which was a nice personal touch. All in all a lovely experience will definately return due to the lovely service and very yummy food!
louise11 - 9 Sep 2010 16:22
We popped in to the Rose & Crown with our young son during the week.
The interior is smart and comfortable and not 'Spanish' themed.
We had the most delicious tapas and great service. The deep fried mushrooms with garlic mayo, meatballs in almond sauce and chicken croquettes were top notch and worth a mention. The food was all obviously high quality and really authentic - much better than the food we experienced on a recent trip to Mallorca! Our son also loved his huge plate of calamari, the crayons and paper and sweetie jar that was offered to him too!

We can highly recommend a trip to this great pub.
kbchicken - 13 Aug 2010 20:42
Visted this pub on a Saturday lunchtime with my wife. Apparently the pub has been refurbished and the interior looked good. There is also an outside terraced area. The draught beer (Harvey's) was excellent and the tapas food very good and very tasty. I would definitely recommend this pub. Staff are excellent and the ownerchef prepares all the Spanish influenced food himself. In true tapas style food is displayed on the bar for you to choose but there is also an extensive menu for those who want a more traditional main course
johnrh - 9 Aug 2010 18:28
My husband and I visited today to enjoy a Sunday lunch at what we remember as a lovely country pub. It turns out the place was refurbished and a new Spanish menu introduced last Wednesday.
To say we are disappointed would be an understatement. The wine list is ok and we enjoyed a lovely bottle of Sancere for 28....this was served warm and we needed to ask for a ice bucket. However the menu consisted of Tapas of a very basic level , none of which we fancied - it was potatoes and beans and omelette rather than chorizo, mushrooms and seafood as I would have expected. The main courses were equally unexciting and everything came with chips , with no alternative. My husband ordered chicken in rosemary and garlic (with chips!!) and I ordered cod loin with chilli and garlic (with chips!!) - when our order arrived the chicken was three simples strips of chicken with rosemary scattered over it sitting on a pile of chips - did I mention this turned up at the same time as our starter !!! I received cod in batter (not what I had ordered) pieces of what I believe was pollack (although not proved) in batter on chips!! So having stated to the the friendly and unsuspecting bar staff that we'd like our main course separately from our starter......overall the food as well cooked but I feel completely cheated ....our meal came to 63 and seriously we had chicken and chips and fish and chips!!! ....the bar staff told us the owners had recently moved from Spain to open this pub.....I feel like I have walked into a cafe in the Costa del Sol ...and paid twice the price....x
ohcarolinax - 1 Aug 2010 15:48

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