The average sized town between London and Brighton on the A272

current location: archive - the sussex

Beech Hurst Gardens, that quaint picture of Englishness with it's mature beds, traditional Sussex buildings, stables and court yard has been knocked down and replaced with a brand new state of the art generic barn cleverly housing a quality restaurant. Quite rightly Haywards Heath consistently resists attempts by down-market global burger chains to locate a tacky 'restaurant' in the town. As a symbol of the town's resolve Haywards Heath is proud to welcome a Branch of the family themed family restaurant Brewsters. Patrons across mid-Sussex must surely be breathing a sigh of relief.

Gone is that intrusive personal touch, that blights the service in most independently owned restaurants, replaced with a more conveyer belt approach that means you'll not be stuck in a restaurant all evening. Gone is the quality lottery that is freshly prepared food, replaced with reassuringly homogenised meals consistently microwaved to perfection. Beech Hurst is finally a place worth visiting when the miniature train isn't running. Welcome, Brewster Bear, you've been a long time coming.

Tradition and modernity beautifully blended
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