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  • Review: The Angel Inn and E.Street Bar & Grill, Petworth

    Combining a sexy place to eat and even sexier places to stay, our mini break in the Sussex town is true Petworth perfection.

  • Review: The Crab & Lobster, Sidlesham

    Set in the chocolate box pretty village of Sidlesham, near Chichester, this cosy pub with slick newly refurbed rooms packs a real foodie punch.

  • Review: The Royal Oak, Midhurst

    Muddy revisits this 17th century rural foodie haven on the outskirts of Midhurst and finds its the perfect pub for any occasion.

  • The Cat Inn, West Hoathly

    Is this the purrfect destination pub? The Cat Inn is an unassuming country gem - with a warm welcome and exceptional food. But, shush don't tell everyone.

  • What’s cooking?

    We ask some of the best chefs in Sussex to spill all about their work, lives, and recommendations for eating well locally. Dishing it this week is Johnny Stanford from AG’s Restaurant, Alexander House near East Grinstead.

  • 40+ great things to do in Sussex this March!

    Spring's coming and we're out of hibernation with a whopping 40 kickass events from burlesque with Dita Von Teese to Brit winners Wolf Alice live. Let's get our sparkle on!

  • Where to get the best hot chocolate in Sussex

    We've gorged ourselves silly on the 10 best hot chocolates in Sussex all in the name of research. Thank god for lycra.

  • Review: Etch, Hove

    Muddy heads to Hove, Brighton to try Masterchef winner Steven Edwards’ famous Etch tasting menu. But can we manage all 9 sumptuous courses?

  • Review: A boozy lakeside picnic at Albourne Estates

    Award-winning wines? Tick. Top notch countryside? Tick. Friendly (non snooty) approach? Tick. Next stop the Albourne Estate near Brighton - although frankly, you had us at the word wine.

  • Takeaway Review: The Royal Oak, Midhurst

    Muddy samples a veritable treasure trove of classic, comforting cooking in a box, perfect for an indulgent at-home treat on a grey Sunday afternoon.

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