Webbes Rockanore, Hastings
Now offering ”Click and Collect” our new Menu to eat at your home
Take-Away Menu from the restaurant door
Available Monday to Sunday 12noon till 8/9pm
The Wild Mushroom Restaurant is re-opening from Saturday 4th July 2020.
We have had to make a few changes to the way we do things to make our restaurant Covid-safe for YOU and our TEAM
We are generally open from Wednesday to Sunday Lunch. 12-2pm, 2.30pm on Sunday.
We are now opening for Dinner from 6.30pm Weds-Saturday.
Fine dining in chic surroundings in our converted Sussex farmhouse, which we opened in 1998. A secluded and intimate dining experience for all. Offering exceptional wild & natural, seasonal & local ingredients including local meat, Rye Bay & Hastings fish & shellfish, foraged and wild seasonal ingredients.
We offer themed Gourmet Food and Wine Evenings. See Events
Offering Modern English Cuisine mastered by Paul Webbe and presented by Head Chef, Chris Weddle. Sample menus are available on this website, but please note menus change frequently. Special Diets, allergies and vegetarians/vegans are accommodated with ease, and with prior notice.
You may book online via the link, but for larger tables for 6 people or more, please always telephone us direct for availability
Please advise of any food allergies when booking.
Closed Sunday evening , Monday and Tuesday.
Webbes Gift Vouchers.....
The perfect present for any occasion.We sell Gift Vouchers for our Restaurants and Cookery School.
You may buy a voucher here.....
Come and enjoy the freedom and fresh air of many public footpaths and woodlands and learn how to forage for edible wild mushrooms!
Paul Webbe will pass on his infinite knowledge of the mycelium world growing beneath your feet.
You may only gather just a few mushrooms (if you find any!) and always leave some to preserve nature.
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.