Welcome to our trug-full of three contemporary restaurants, and a Cookery School, in three fantastic East Sussex locations - Rye, Hastings Old Town and the village of Westfield.
Paul and Rebecca Webbe, opened The Wild Mushroom Restaurant in 1998, inspired by our love of foraging wild food and the outstanding natural ingredients on our doorstep such as Rye Bay Scallops and the sustainable fish and shellfish of the Hastings eco friendly fleet's daily catch.
In 2004 we opened Webbe's at the Fish Cafe in Rye, a family friendly restaurant offering the freshest local fish from the local ports, with an open plan kitchen so you may watch all of the action.
In 2009 we added Webbe's Rock-a-Nore to our family, situated almost on the beach, opposite the net huts and small boats of the Hastings fishing fleet in the Old Town, Hastings.
Also Webbe's Cookery School where you can enjoy learning a variety of cooking experiences under Paul Webbes' careful supervision and calm tuition.
"Sussex by the Season"® is the philosophy behind all of our food. Each Webbe's restaurant is unique in design and the type of experience it offers, the pricing and menus which change throughout the year with the seasons, so you can enjoy trying each one!
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Webbe's at The Fish Cafe is hopefully re-opening on Wednesday 19th May 2021, subject to Government advice and Covid 19 restrictions of Rule of 6 and only 2 households per table, until June 21st, when we are hoping all restrictions may be remo...
Cookery School Course Information Update February 2021 In light of the events of the pandemic and Covid-19 lockdown restrictions, Webbe’s cookery school is currently closed. We propose to re-open as soon...
When you see this sign, you know the fish you are eating has been landed using traditional methods that have been in place for over 1,000 years. Hastings fleet uses sustainable fishing methods that help maintain stocks and don’t destroy habitats, or other species. Ask your server which dish is a Hastings Fish dish today. Visit www.hastingsfish.org.uk for more information.