The Best Burgers in Worthing? The Beach House Of Course!

We’re famous for our burgers in Worthing

Everyone who loves burgers knows exactly where they had their best burger ever, and according to our reviews, a lot of people feel it was at The Beach House! We’ve worked hard to create a whopping seven handmade burger options to tickle the taste buds of Sussex burger lovers, and we think we may just have the best burgers in Worthing.

burgers in worthing We know that many food lovers are after the traditional beef burger, and we spoil them with a classic burger, a cheese burger, and tasty smoky bacon cheese options. However, there are lots of people who like something a bit different in their bun. For example, our chicken burger is a firm favourite, marinated and served with mozzarella and salad. Our spicy lamb burger also goes down well, and the Harissa mayonnaise gives it that something extra special. And how often do you see a fish burger? Our tuna loin burger breaks all the rules, and is ideal if you’re looking for something a little bit different.

Of course, it’s important to us that vegetarians experience that famous Beach House burger too, which is where our portobello mushroom and goats cheese burger comes into its own. Our burger buns can be made gluten free too – just ask one of our staff when you order.

To celebrate our famous Beach House burgers in Worthing, we dedicate every Wednesday evening to them! For just £10, you can grab one of our burgers and a pint or glass of house wine. Join us on a Wednesday and get a bargain, and potentially the best burger you’ve ever had – right here in Worthing. Check out our full menu here.

Draught Cyder at The Beach House

draught cyderNew draught cyder coming soon to The Beach House

We love our beer at The Beach House, but as summer approaches, we fancy a good glass of cyder too, and thanks to Aspall in Suffolk, we will soon have a brand new draught cyder available at The Beach House, perfect for the sunshine.

The draught cyder, made by Aspall in Suffolk, is fruity and thirst quenching, perfect for summer months. If you like a drink with your meal and fancy a cyder, this one is best served with curries, chicken, and bramley apple pie!

Aspall themselves were established in 1728 by Clement Chevallier, who planted orchards at Aspall Hall in Suffolk, in the tiny hamlet of Aspall, north of the small market town of Debenham. The Chevallier family still live and work among the orchards today, making them the 8th generation of the family to run Aspall. They add Champagne yeast to all of their fermentations to efficiently ferment sugar to alcohol, and ensure all the natural aroma and flavour of the apple shines through. This makes for a real traditional cider – and we have no doubt that it will quickly become one of our favourites at The Beach House.

Keep your eyes peeled for our new draught cyder – our sunny seafront deck will be ready and waiting too!

The Corner House

When we announced that we were to open a sister bar to The Beach House in the building formerly known as ‘The Stage’, we thought we couldn’t be anymore excited. However, watching the renovations take place, shaping it into the brand new Corner House, our pride and anticipation mounted further.

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The journey began back in August, when we announced to our Beach House followers on Facebook that we were going to be opening a second bar and restaurant. The success of The Beach House meant we were inundated with excited responses, which spurred on the start of the extensive refurbishment that the building needed. Having been a large part of Worthing’s history, there was expectation for us to do pub justice. We went for a comfy cosy feel to the interior, and a stylish look from outside. We’re thrilled with the end result, and are so proud of the transformation, both inside and out.

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Similarly to The Beach House, we wanted The Corner House to be a popular destination for food, and we decided on an emphasis for roasts dinners. Since the opening, our initial menu has been a hit, and have had rave reviews for the roasts in particular. The Beach House and The Corner House may be different in style and looks, but the same dedication to locally sourced quality food, and quality ales is at the heart of both bars.

the corner house worthing west sussex