JD Wetherspoon is a restaurant and pub chain in cities and towns across the country. Since opening in 1979 in north London, the company has expanded and now has more than 900 venues across the nation. With cheap beer and food on offer, Jamie Walker finds the best Wetherspoons in Sussex – according to TripAdvisor

The George Hotel

George Street, Hailsham

Four stars (245 reviews)

The George Hotel describes itself as a community pub, which “caters for everyone”.

The pub was included in the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) Good Beer Guide 2018 and won the South-East Sussex CAMRA’s Cider Pub of the Year 2018.

455Douglas1948 said: “Food nice and tasty. Good prices. Not too noisy.”

Cornfield Garage

Cornfield Road, Eastbourne

Three and a half stars (561 reviews)

This Eastbourne pub is near the town centre.

A look on TripAdvisor will show you that, as of late, reviews for the pub haven’t been overly positive but it still maintains a good overall rating.

Trevor B said: “The place is much larger than first appears from the outside and service was quick and friendly.”

The West Quay

Brighton Marina, Brighton

Three and a half stars (468 reviews)

With a fantastic view of the marina, the price friendly food and drink isn’t the only reason to visit this location.

Ranking just above its North Street counterpart, The West Quay is usually bustling, especially in the summer.

K8195QNdavidl said: “The beer is always cheap and good quality with a continuously changing range to choose from.”

The Post and Telegraph

North Street, Brighton

Three and a half stars (377 reviews)

Often the busiest Wetherspoons in Brighton, thanks to its central location, The Post and Telegraph gets good foot traffic on North Street and is especially popular over the weekend.

MrsBsTravels said: “Good enough place for a drink. Popped in as I was thirsty. Easy enough to find a seat. Served quickly and with a smile. Sticky table needed a wipe, but can’t have everything.”

The London and County

Terminus Road, Eastbourne

Three and a half stars (266 reviews)

It’s location right by Eastbourne Station is ideal for those coming into or going out of the town, perfect for a drink or bite to eat before making any journey.

MaryLykes said: “Came for lunch and picked the Indian food special. Lovely service from the manager and waiting staff. Incredibly tasty food.”

The Three Fishes

Chapel Road, Worthing

Three and a half stars (227 reviews)

This may be your typical Wetherspoons most of the time, but if you pop down on a Friday or Saturday night you’ll be treated to a live DJ with your meal or drinks.

Kels0laddie said: “The food, as you can imagine, was standard fare for ‘Spoons so no complaints there and the service was equally good.”

The Six Gold Martlets

Church Walk, Burgess Hill

Three and a half stars (207 reviews)

This is one of the earlier closing Wetherspoons on this list - on Saturday it shuts at 11.45pm - but if you are in the area and don’t plan on staying out too late it’s a good spot to visit.

Djl-uk said: “Good value food and drink as always.”

The George Inn

Surrey Street, Littlehampton

Three and a half stars (168 reviews)

The location furthest west on our list, The George Inn, much like most other Wetherspoons locations, offers a good variety of food and drink at prices that won’t hurt the pocket.

Tiggerone said: “The deal on a Tuesday two steaks and a bottle of wine is a great deal, not only that but it was very enjoyable. The staff were friendly and helpful.”

The Cliftonville Inn

George Street, Hove

Three and a half stars (103 reviews)

While other pubs, bars and restaurants on George Street have changed over the years The Cliftonville has remained a constant.

It’s in a good area for those who want to do a spot of shopping after their meal.

Mummyviews80 said: “Bar staff very polite and I was quickly served. Food was very good quality.”

The Bright Helm

West Street, Brighton

Three stars (454 reviews)

Located right in the middle of Brighton’s nightlife and club district, this Wetherspoons is often fill with party people looking to drink and dance the night away.

Twintwiny said: “Food was hot and delicious. Waiting time not bad. Family enjoyed it.”

The Lynd Cross

Springfield Road, Horsham

Three stars (255 reviews)

A short hop from the Swan Walk shopping area this is a good spot to sit down after a day in the stores.

Qwerty2721 said: “It has cheap food that arrives quickly. You can’t expect too much.”