Friendly, fresh and fun
Eat in or take away
‘Best beach café in the world’ – Erin Baker writing in the Sunday Telegraph
Billy’s on the Beach is a fun and bustling seaside café serving all your beachside favourites and a great selection of breakfasts and brunches. Whether you’re after fish and chips with a pot of tea, calamari with a glass of wine, a slab of carrot cake and a good cappuccino, ice cream sundaes, milkshakes, a toastie with our local Arundel ale, moules frites and local cider or even a seafood platter and prosecco, we have it all at reasonable prices.
You’ll find us right on the beach at Bracklesham Bay, just a 20 minute stroll from East Wittering, or a leisurely cycle from Chichester along the Salterns Way. The café has spectacular views of the Isle of Wight, and the kids can play on the beach while you relax and watch the sunset with a Billy’s on the Beach cocktail. From Chichester, the 52 or 53 bus routes bring you directly to Billy’s with a short stroll from the bus stop in Bracklesham. There’s also easy parking right next door.
We are now open until 9pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday every week. Our locals nights start on 29th September. Our opening hours during the day are 9am – 5pm. We look forward to welcoming you at Billy’s.
- Licensed Beach Café
- Breakfasts & Brunches
- Disabled Access
- Plenty Of Parking
- Fabulous Sunsets
- Ice Cream Sundaes
- Free WiFi
- Kids Menu
- Good Coffee
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