Everything on our menu is created in our own kitchen using local fresh seasonal ingredients. We are so lucky to be able to buy lamb and beef from Place Farm whose herds can be seen grazing in the park around Firle Place. Game comes from Firle Estate, most of our fish comes from Shoreham, and in the summer the Vicar goes fishing and brings us buckets of prawns and mackerel as well as tiny sweet wild strawberries and wild mushrooms from the Downs. Our bread is baked every day at Flint Owl bakery in Glynde.

Please click on the link below for an outline of the changes we have made due to Covid-19.

Book a table Covid-19 Plan

The Menu

Our Menus are changed slightly each day, dependant on which produce is fresh & available.
The Menus below are an idea of what we serve during our Lunch & Dinner service.
On Sundays we also serve Roast Dinners, including vegan and vegetarian options.

Whether you feel like joining us for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner, we serve from 9am - 9:00pm, every day.
Breakfast: 9-11am
Main menu: 12pm-9pm

Festive Season diary dates..
On Christmas day we serve drinks only from 12pm-2pm, come on down and join us for a Christmas drink or few.
On Boxing day and New Years day we serve our Lunch Menu straight through until 5pm, we are then closed from 6pm.

Click to view our recent Lunch & Dinner Menu's..

Lunch Menu Dinner Menu

Ready To Cook

We are now offering our infamous Sunday Roast dinners, lovingly prepared by us, for you to finish off in your own oven at home.

Available to collect every Sunday between 11am and 3pm, please go to the ready to cook tab to order.

Currently the Friday and Saturday menu is available but do watch this space for updates!

Friday and Saturday Menu Sunday Menu


We are open for breakfast every day from 9am – 11am. In warmer weather, you can eat outside in our orchard or on The Ram Beach (and watch the world not go by.) In winter you can put your feet up by our open fires and enjoy a cosy breakfast.

Breakfast menu
  • "Stylish bedrooms, good pub grub, a lovely walled garden and characterful interiors, within the South Downs National Park. It was 5.30pm and the Ram Inn, in the engaging, mildly raffish village of Firle, was heaving with happy, muddy people. it’s the real thing: a genuine, much-loved pub in a genuine, much loved village."

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  • "There's nothing predictable about the menu, with seriously good game from the Firle estate and fishermen delivering their catch each morning. The snug bar, with a dartboard and cricket bats, is where you warm up with a pint of Sussex bitter, and there's relaxed, candlelit dining in the stable room."

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