The Half Moon in Plumpton is a beautiful two hundred year old traditional country pub nestled at the foot of the South Downs National Park, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, ten minutes from both the historic county town of Lewes and the charming village of Ditchling. A "quintessentially English pub" The Half Moon offers a menu that changes with the seasons and uses only the finest locally sourced produce. At the helm in the kitchens is award winning Chef Richard Willis, who has spent the past decade refining his skills in Sussex and brings with him an unrivalled knowledge of the best ingredients that the County can provide. The cellar is well stocked with the finest local beers from Harveys of Lewes to the local vicar's famous Rectory ales. There is also an extensive wine list of Old World and New World wines that has been chosen to compliment the menu. The Half Moon is also well equipped to cater for any wedding or event.
by M46 on 07 Jun 2019
We were made to feel very welcome when we arrived and our Swedish friends thought the Half Moon was a lovely pub. The fish of the day dish, which we all chose, was cooked perfectly and very tasty. Would not hesitate to eat here again.
by Carole on 31 May 2019
Very friendly and efficient service. Excellent range of options for starters and mains — options for desserts we both felt were a bit limited.
by Caroline on 27 May 2019
nice, family friendly restaurant with lovely staff
by john winder on 25 May 2019
We had such a great lunch at the half moon. The staff were so friendly and helpful and the food was amazing ! Will def be back
by Julian on 08 May 2019
Booked a table for 4 before a walk with friends in the afternoon. The food was really good (the pork belly and the trout drew particularly favourable comments). And the service was very good too, The only negative was the loud music which was far too intrusive. I asked if it could be turned down, and the waitress apologised for it and agreed. but it seemed to continue at the same intrusive level. A pity.