The Chimney House believes to get the best from our food we should cook with the seasons and the produce we have available locally, farmed and from the wild.
We use a nose-to-tail approach to ensure that as little as possible of the animal is wasted. Garlic Wood Farm supply rare breed meat that maintains wildlife habitats and helps to increase biodiversity. Saddlescombe Farm brings exceptional quality mutton from just north of Brighton. Fin and Farm source fresh local fruit, vegetables and eggs straight from the farm to the kitchen, and Forager search the fields and hedgerows to supply wild plants, mushrooms and fruits.
Lastly, all of our fish is landed either at Shoreham or Newhaven and we try to utilise the underused species.
At the Chimney House, expect a modern twist of old classics highlighting the forgotten flavours of our hedgerows. Our Sunday roasts are also popular with locals and visitors alike and the Chimney House continues to develop an exceptional reputation for its food. If you’re looking for welcoming service, a catch up over a drink, a work lunch or a three-course meal, the Chimney House is well worth a visit.