Food and drink
The people at Due South are particularly good with fish but local pheasant and pigeon are also offered in season - the menu changes each month. Even the wine list is air mile-conscious, with several Sussex wines to choose from and nothing from further afield than Italy or Hungary.
Due South is a simple, whitewashed space with a lovely view of the beach from the upstairs window and a few tables outside.
It's professional and efficient.
It’s under the seafront promenade, in one of the arches which used to be fishermen’s stores, close to [node:173582].
With most main courses hovering around the £17-£18.50 mark, it’s more expensive than it looks.
Tables to book
It’s well worth booking ahead for a chance to sit in the window.
- Business travellers
- Families with teenagers
- Mature travellers
- Great views / scenery
- People watching