WELCOME TO OUR RESTAURANT
Celebrating Sussex’s seasonal produce in the heart of the South Downs.
Chef Tom Kemble heads up the team at Chalk and draws together the highlights of fresh local produce, including ingredients from the Estate and its neighbours. We aim to create dishes that express the nature, heritage, and purpose of the land we share.
Please be aware we source locally and seasonally, so the menus change frequently, and these samples are a guide and may not be exactly what is served when you visit. Read more about our suppliers here. Reservations can be made up to six months in advance. If you would like to discuss an occasion with us further in advance than this, please email [email protected].
We run a program of special events throughout the year. Have a look at what’s coming up here.
SEASONAL KITCHEN CLOSURE: 4th – 11th OCTOBER. CHALK ONLY OPEN FOR DRINKS.
Wednesday to Sunday – A La Carte Lunch – 12pm – 3pm | Friday & Saturday – Dinner – 6.30pm – 9pm | Saturday & Sunday – Breakfast – 8.30am – 11am.
We are open for breakfast and lunch on Bank Holiday Mondays.
For reservations of more than 8 guests, please email [email protected] for your booking. We do accept walk-ins however we strongly recommend making a reservation for your meal at Chalk. 01903 877845.
Need to Knows
Please note that we are a cashless restaurant, so all payment is required on card. Bookings require card details to secure your table, but no payment is taken.
We can accommodate dietary and allergen requirements – please make a note on your booking, or speak to the team when you arrive.
We charge £25 per 75cl bottle for corkage.
We do not allow dogs in the restaurant, however they are welcome at tables in the courtyard which will have the same menu as the restaurant and will be open whenever the sun shines!
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North Farm Winery received funding support from The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development for the creation and development of non-agricultural activities.
Europe Investing in rural areas.