This picturesque pond-side pub in the beautiful village of Rottingdean has built a great reputation on its classic village feel and gastropub-style food, attracting both locals and tourists. Food has become a real passion at the Plough, which is evident in the new kitchen team’s modern take on pub food. The menu still incorporates plenty of pub classics and lighter dishes that are certainly at home with the surroundings of this quaint village pub. They’ve also introduced fantastic locally sourced deli boards for those who fancy a relaxed grazing meal. Sunday roasts are also a hit, so booking is advised. Being a village pub, the Plough takes provenance seriously and prides itself on using fresh, local ingredients supplied by local businesses. The pub is also known for its well-kept real ales, including local Harvey’s Best Bitter. Keep up to date with the Plough on Facebook.