The Worlds End
Pubs and Bars with Restaurants
Nestled by the picturesque Patching Pond overlooking the South Downs, The Worlds End is a traditional pub complete with beamed ceilings and a cosy ambience. The site has been home to an inn since 1765, and The Worlds End retains many original features. With a charming nod to the pub’s storied past on display, and a friendly, laid-back atmosphere, The Worlds End is a lovely spot to enjoy delicious drink, excellent food and great company.
The menu offers a mix of British favourites and cuisine from around the world. The plentiful selection means that there’s something that will appeal to just about everyone. We started with a delicious vegetarian sharing board, comprising flavoursome falafel and tzatziki, garlic hummus, flatbread, olives and feta. There are a range of sharing starters featuring everything from rich baked Camembert to a bucket of spicy Buffalo chicken wings. For the main course we sampled some top-notch hearty fare. My sumptuous beef short ribs were slow-cooked to perfection and fell off the bone, while my partner’s award-winning steak and Tanglefoot ale pie provided the ideal comfort food on a chilly night. It’s worth saving room for dessert, but if you don’t have enough room for a full-size pudding, the menu offers miniature versions of its most popular choices, including a classic trifle and a sticky treacle sponge, which rounded off our meal perfectly.