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Charming and full of character 15th Century Inn, dating back to 1490. Situated at the heart of the village of Whatlington, on the A21, just a few minutes outside Battle and the seaside town of Hastings. With a wealth of original features including the large inglenook fireplace, the 80ft indoor well, quirky oldie-worldly interior and private large beer garden, The Royal Oak is the perfect place to meet up with friends and family. With a passion for good food, specialising in Greek cuisine and many popular international dishes, the Royal Oak offers a great venue for a quiet meal, family day out or a special event, in its stunning Function Room. Children are welcome and can be entertained at the…
We arrived just after 6 and were shown to a nice table, our drinks were bought to us, we love the menu here as we have a property in Cyprus and this menu has a lot of Cyprus dishes, the food was delicious, home cooked...More
After checking out a few pubs for dinner, we chose the Royal Oak. A pub with a real homely, cozy welcoming feel. It wasn’t too busy as it was Tuesday evening. We arrived just after 6, the fire was on and ceiling beams were lit...More
This is a long overdue review of this place. I ate there today with a group of fellow professionals... we eat there on a monthly basis. The food is always good and the service excellent. Today I had the burger with cheese and bacon... it...More
Went here for the first time today as had heard the roast was fab. They only has 2 roasts left which was a shame but not a major deal. We had lamb shank instead. All food was great. The welcome was good as wa a...More
Our host was delightful, welcoming us as we arrived and showing us to a table. The medieval building is amazing, we sat next to the well! The food was delicious. Our waitress was chatty and friendly. We had a lovely visit and meal.
Took my grandchildren for a last lunch treat to a favourite place the day before they returned to school. Their lunches were spot on as usual, however, I ordered a Mac N Cheese. When it arrived I noticed a bit of grease on the surface...More