Located on the A29 Just north of Billingshurst
- halfway between the M25 and the coast

Use a Sat Nav? Our Postcode is RH14 9AE

A Celebration of Sussex Life Awards 2016 Winner - Outstanding Customer Service
Ready to welcome you
Fast, fresh, fun ...and always home cooked
All Day Breakfasts at Billy's
We're proud of our pancakes
Really good coffee all day

Fast, fresh and fun

Eat in or take away

Billy’s on the Road is the best place to stop en route down the A29, or if you live in the area and fancy a bite, call in and see what we have to offer.

We are a busy roadside cafe/restaurant  on the A29 just north of Billingshurst and south of Horsham. All day breakfasts and brunches are a speciality. There’s always a selection of freshly cooked dishes prepared for you by Billy and her team.

Billy’s on the Road is open for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner, and we look forward to welcoming you soon.

  • Free WiFi
  • Loads of free parking
  • Lunches for all
  • Really good coffee
  • Early evening meals
  • Daily specials
  • Selected beers & wines
  • All day breakfasts & Brunches
  • Outside seating area




Free WiFi

What our customers say

Just wanted to say a big Thank you to the lovely staff front of house and the kitchen peeps for today. My family and I turned up off the cuff, there is 26 of us and we were accommodated brilliantly and made to feel welcome, again thank you so much xxxx PS great food too!

Angie Pearce on Facebook, 9th April 2016

As we arrived at Billy's we were so pleasantly surprised. Yes, there were many bikers and people who were travelling... but it was so family friendly!! The staff were brilliant and very attentive to our needs. They were all too happy to help cater for our son as I wasn't too keen on him having chips, so they made him potatoes instead.

AnneliesePurnell on TripAdvisor, 27th June 2017

We had two ladies in wheelchairs; access was easy enough, plus there's a decent disabled toilet too. One of our party had booked, so they were expecting us and couldn't have been more accommodating. Would recommend a stop here if you're heading down to the coast, or on the return.

Andrea Tucker on Facebook, 18th November 2017

It's always good when you arrive and the place is full with happy people and there is the welcoming smell of good food. And that's how it all started this morning. We got tables sorted real soon. Menu was great. Options for everyone. Our kids enjoyed it as much as we did.

cbwinter on TripAdvisor, 29th May 2017

We visit regularly, usually on a Sunday for lunch on our way out for the afternoon. The food is always prompt, the staff always very friendly and accommodating (including cutting crusts off our little ones toast!). Would recommend as a place to meet friends, for families including with small children (they have their own menu).

kerryc0107 on TripAdvisor, 3rd October 2016

Went to Billy's today with the family, service was excellent as usual, food was tasty, nice touch having the lovely fresh flowers dotted all over the cafe, toilets were clean and found the whole place light and airy , kids loved playing with the new dolls house and the railway, will definitely be going back there

Heather Fill on Facebook, 17th June 2017

Billy's is a regular stop off for us. Food is great with something for everyone and with three fussy teenagers that's a bonus, it just takes them so long to choose. The American pancakes with bacon and syrup are definitely firm family favorite.

Claire M on TripAdvisor, 27th May 2017

Took the grandchildren to Billy's for breakfast on Sunday, thoroughly enjoyed it. They really like going there when they come to visit us. Staff are always friendly and the food doesn't take long to arrive.

Diana Hammond on Facebook, 24th July 2017

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