The Parsons Table offer a delightful French influenced British menu - seasonal, bold and delicious. The restaurant showcases Lee's deep passion for locally sourced, seasonal food, classic cooking, and incredible flavours. While Lee uses the best in traditional techniques, he is not afraid to throw in a contemporary twist on a familiar dish in order to both surprise and delight his guests. At the heart of the restaurant is unforgettable cooking, approachable service and a warm welcoming atmosphere.
by Chi Locals on 19 Aug 2018
Great service, large menu with many "specials" giving great choice of delicious food, well presented and imaginative use of seasonal ingredients. An outstanding dining experience! Many thanks - we WILL be back again!
by Sian Rogers on 22 Jul 2018
My second visit here and just as good as the first. Liz remembered me from visiting previously with my uncle for lunch. It was a lovely summers eve so we sat outside and I noticed the nice finishing touches with blankets over the back of chairs encase it got cold. Everything on the menu sounds delicious so it took a while to decide which dishes to order, we settled on the rabbit bons bons, duck conit pressing for starters. both were beautifully presented and really good. Mains were the cod cooked in a very light broth and the Hake with summer vegetables, both were exquisite and we asked for spoons so as not to leave any of the gorgeous broth. The wine selections were very good, and dessert we had the rhubarb parfait and lime tart. Both delicious and that's high praise from two people that do not usually bother with a dessert. It's nice to have reasonable sized portions that are just right and leave a little room without feeling like you have over eaten. The Parsons Table has this just right! The staff are very knowledgeable over specials and information on any of the dishes. It's a very welcoming friendly restaurant which is nicely and tastefully decorated with lots of attention to detail. A bathroom visit before we set off, nice clean and beautifully fragrance with reeds, nice hand wash & towelettes, everything to a high standard. You can see a lot of love and care go into running this place . My only wish is that I could go there a little more often as travelling from Burgess Hill takes a bit of time. It is worth it though!
by Ange on 15 Jul 2018
The menu is small but perfectly formed, with really interesting dishes. I had the beetroot terrine followed by the lamb and enjoyed every mouthful. The lime tart with raspberry sorbet was outstanding - utterly zingy in a good way. If that wasn't enough the surroundings are calm and peaceful and the staff attentive but not overly so. This was the best meal I have had out in a long time and look forward to returning again.
by Michael Lock on 14 Jul 2018
A very friendly restaurant, a cozy space and nicely prepared and restrained cuisine!
by Louise on 14 Jul 2018
Outstanding food with very friendly staff making a very enjoyable evening! X