Seaford Beer Guide: Your Seaford guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

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42 /100
Old Plough, Seaford (Restaurant)
20 CHURCH STREET
“Visited April 2022. Let's face it, seaside towns are rarely the best places for pubs. Catering mainly to one-off visitors, there is no incentive for pubs to provide a great experience, as they will get few return visits. Seaford is no exception to this rule, and with the exception of the Steamworks craft beer bar the pubs of Seaford are not the best. If you're in Seaford and you're looking for food and a local beer in a traditional pub, then the Old Plough is probably the best of a bad bunch. It's set in the oldest part of town, on a small hill that used to lead down to a river port before the river changed course to Newhaven. It's got an attractive beer garden, a rambling interior and serves up to 5 real ales in reasonable condition (Harveys Sussex Best, Long Man Best, and three others, often also from Long Man). There's a large food menu, the food is reasonable, the prices are reasonable and the service is acceptable. In short, it's pretty average, but it's the best traditional pub in Seaford unless you head out of town. NB whilst you're in Seaford, make sure you walk out to the abandoned village of Tide Mills, west along the coast - really fascinating place.“
wheresthepath 142 days ago
72 /100 CAFE UNIT, SEAFORD STATION, STATION APPROACH
“A small railway station bar in what was presumably the former waiting room. Bags of character with exposed brickwork and wooden floors. Super friendly and helpful staff. Very reasonable prices. Worth a visit.“
jmgreenuk 153 days ago
80 /100 CAFE UNIT, SEAFORD STATION, STATION APPROACH
“This is an excellent cafe bar right on the platform at Seaford railway station. Gets busy when trains are due and have just dropped off, people popping in for a quick beer. Good range of beers available. It's a little tight in there but very atmospheric. Well worth seeking out.“
imdownthepub 160 days ago