The word Anderida is Roman in origin meaning hunting ground, which is very appropriate. It not only reflects the wild game that roams in the forest but also perfectly describes our Head Chef’s hunter’s eye for tracking down only the finest and freshest ingredients for your table.
The room is stunning with high windows, framed by heavy drapes, looking out over the surrounding gardens. Beautifully light by day, and warm and cosy in evening candlelight, the ambience manages to be both grand yet relaxing at the same time.
The restaurant’s reputation extends well beyond the local area of Forest Row or indeed the county of East Sussex, having been awarded two highly prestigious AA Rosettes, and as much attention has gone into the selection of the carefully chosen wine list where established European vineyards, Local Sussex Vineyards and emerging New World wineries are represented. Choose from a divine seasonal à la carte menu, or a table d'hôte menu which changes daily. Please see attached example menus for pricing.
Before or after you dine, relax in our newly refurbished cocktail bar, where you can enjoy a range of delicious beverages including our cocktail of month and access our Snooker Room with two full-size tables.
Treat loved ones to exquisite dining experiences on special occasions. We have special menus available on Good Friday, Easter Sunday, Mother's Day, Father's Day and other special dates throughout the year.
Please visit our Hotel Events listing for more details of specific dates.
Enjoy special themed culinary evenings, where special dishes are added to the table d'hôte menus created by our Executive Head Chef, Andrew Wilson. Click here for more information.
Children are welcomed too with a special Children’s menu available for both lunch and dinner.
We kindly ask no sportswear, including trainers to be worn in the Anderida Restaurant.
There is no obligatory dress code but we do recommend the following:
Gentlemen: Jackets preferred
Ladies: Smart casual wear is suitable for lunch. Formal dress is preferred for the evening.
|Monday to Friday||Monday to Saturday||Sunday to Thursday|
|7am – 9.30am||12pm – 2pm||7pm – 9:30pm|
|Saturday||Sunday Lunch||Friday and Saturday|
|7am – 10am||12.30pm - 3pm||7pm - 10pm|
|8am – 10am|