Horsham is an old market town, a really, really old market town. Throughout the centuries, Inns and eateries have stood on the streets, they’ve come and gone, newer versions have replaced them then been replaced. Before there were even restaurants in Horsham, there have been places to buy a meal and there will always be places to eat in Horsham. We firmly believe this, and to provide weight to this argument please see below a list of Horsham restaurants (and ones in nearby towns too) which will demonstrate a clear abundance of options.
For an easy and affordable meal out, you can’t go wrong with a decent chain restaurant. These days, chain restaurants aren’t just fast-food joints, aiming to give you anything for a cheap price, a whole host of quality restaurants have launched multiple outlets that aim to serve quality, reliable, and satisfying food for an affordable price. Going for dinner in Horsham at one of these establishments is not to be sniffed at, they provide a solid quality experience.
There are independent restaurants that have stood the test of time, and received recognition and awards from us here at SquareMeal amongst others. Chefs from famous restaurants have left big cities and started restaurants here. There are family run classics that serve food from many cuisines, using family secrets to create a unique and enjoyable meal. Cafes that specialise in solid meals as well as liquid delights, oozing with personality.
Perhaps a classic British meal is in order, after a day wandering the cobbled streets and considering the history of this locality. Old restaurants and new gastropubs are on hand to satisfy these cravings. A classic cottage pie or fish and chips is something to be revered, dining in Horsham is an opportunity to celebrate these things alongside having a very pleasurable evening.