A Traditional Pub for the Community
The Cricketers Puiblic House And Restaurant is situated on the outskirts of Worthing at the foot of the South Downs. Nestled in Broadwater Village with its vibrant and welcoming community.
Featuring a menu that uses fresh, locally sourced ingredients wherever possible, The Cricketers is the perfect spot to enjoy Lunch or Dinner, whether it's just a freshly cut Sandwich, pub classic such as "Beer Battered Cod & Chips or one of our Daily Changing Specials such as "Six hour Pork Belly seved with truffle butter mash, caramelised apple & cider sauce". There is sure to be something for everyone.
Food is served every lunchtime from noon 'til 3pm and Thursday - Saturday evenings from 6pm with a traditional roast on Sunday.
Your Traditional Local
The Cricketers Broadwater has prided itself on being a traditional local pub since c.1756 and that traditional style is carried on by its team of friendly staff. As you enter the pub you are met with an array of cricketing photos past and present, old nic nacs line the picture rail that remind you of an age gone by and the decor is inviting and cosy.
Blackboards list the current selection of award winning real ales on offer and change at a phenomenal rate as the pub regularly goes through over one hundred different ales in a year. The wine list has a quality feel at good value prices and an array of your favourite spirits are always on offer.
The menu lists your favourite pub classics with an emphasis on dishes being prepared freshly on site using ingredients sourced from local sussex producers and suppliers.
This 5.6% trans-atlantic fusion IPA is light golden in colour with tropical fruits and light caramel on the nose. The palate soon becomes assertive and resinous with the New Zealand hops balanced by the biscuit malt. The finish is aggressive and dry with the hops emerging over the warming alcohol.
This fresh, full flavour natural beer is our tribute to the classic IPAs of yester-year. The post modern twist is the addition of amazing fruity hops giving an explosion of tropical fruit flavours and a sharp bitter finish.