Cafes and Coffee Shops in Sussex
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Almost wherever you go in the UK nowadays, you'll always find some great coffee shops and wonderful cafes and Sussex is no exception. From quaint Sussex country tearooms to cosmopolitan & specialist coffee shops in the towns and villages of Sussex, Sussex boasts an array of interesting cafes and great coffee shops. From award winning coffee and tea to artisan sandwiches and fantastic afternoon cream teas, the coffee shops and tearooms in Sussex will not disappoint. our guide to the best Sussex coffee shops and cafes in both East Sussex and West sussex gives you a great feel for what Sussex has to offer and confirms Sussex as one of the best locations in the south east for quality cafes and coffee shops.
Sussex Coffee Shop of the Month
Cafe @ Barley Sugar
1 Cornfield Terrace, Eastbourne, East Sussex BN21 4NN
Located just off the seafront in Eastbourne, the Cafe at Barley Sugar is an absolute must if you are visiting Eastbourne in East Sussex and are looking for a very special cup of tea or coffee. Whilst small and compact, the Cafe at Barley Sugar is probably the most elegant tearoom in Sussex, decorated in muted grey Farrow & Ball colours with beautiful French chateau style decor and furniture. Coffee is the cafe's main attraction as they have teamed up with award winning London coffee roasters Climpson & Son to bring you coffees rarely found so good outside of London, but also serve a wonderful selection of teas courtesy of the fabulous Teapigs tea company.
The food offering at Barley Sugar's cafe is quite special too with a daily changing menu featuring amazingly good sandwiches served on local artisan breads, wonderful fresh salads and savouries and a spectacular daily selection of homemade cakes and sweet things. If afternoon tea is your thing, then make sure you try Barley Sugar's unforgettable afternoon tea - elegant finger sandwiches, a freshly baked scone with cream & jam, a choice of cake and a pot of Teapigs tea or Climpson's coffee all served on vintage china - and all for only £5.95. So if you are visiting Eastbourne, the Cafe at Barley Sugar is certainly a destination not to be missed.
Cafes in Sussex