The award-winning East Beach Café serves great food in a great location. The Guardian commented that you can ‘eat like a god while staring out at the Channel’ at this renowned seaside spot, thanks to its delicious fish menu and an impressive yet affordable wine list. There’s something for every occasion, whether you drop by for coffee with friends, Friday night fish and chips with the family or a romantic meal. Favourites like the salt and pepper squid with fresh chilli and the East Beach beef burger feature alongside locally sourced dishes like steamed mussels, pan-fried fillet of cod and Littlehampton day-boat fish soup. Even without the lovely food, East Beach Café is well worth visiting so as to appreciate one of the British coast’s uniquely distinctive landmark buildings, designed by London 2012 Olympic cauldron creator Thomas Heatherwick, and inspired by sea themes of driftwood and shells.