Find out what Bar restaurants to try in Amberley including The Dean Inn, The Bridge Inn, The Sportsman Inn, Amberley Black Horse, The George and Dragon, The George at Burpham, The White Hart, The Crown, The Norfolk Tap, The Moon Pub
4 based on 202 reviews
The Moon has a large menu plus daily specials, so there is a wide choice to pick from. I eventually opted for Indonesian monkfish curry from the specials board and it was really delicious. The portion size was just right, leaving me enough room for a refreshing lemon meringue sundae. My husband enjoyed his steak which was cooked to perfection. We washed the meal down with a very good bottle of Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc. The staff were very friendly and made us feel welcome, so I wouldn't hesitate to return.
4 based on 56 reviews
The Norfolk Tap is Arundel's only craft beer and coffee bar. After undergoing an extensive renovation, the new bar features a 6-tap wall, where we serve Craft beer from Arundel Brewery and guest beers that change regularly which you can keep up to date wi
Popped by The Norfolk Tap for a bite of lunch; the lady there, Jo, was super helpful and accommodating to us. Her recommendation on the local Silly Moo Cowfold Cider was a tight touch; delicious stuff. Lunch was pretty good too! Very full afterwards. Highly recommended for a chilled and friendly lunch atmosphere
4 based on 105 reviews
I have been here a few times and the food is always good I tend to have the crown curry as that is my fav but its all great really as well as the Sunday roast which is always spot on. When there is nice weather there is a great outside area with animals which the kids love. The staff are always friendly too. Will be back soon.
4 based on 457 reviews
Now under new ownership, fully open and refurbished The White Hart is situated on the upper reaches of the River Arun near Pulborough and the Historical Stopham Bridge. Freshly cooked traditional menu with a twist using locally sourced ingredients. Our ta
Beautiful setting, staff and locals very friendly.Wasps were annoying outside and no signs of management having addressed the problem-traps, deterrent fake nests etc.Menus arrived-all need replacing. Fraying plastic covers etc.Menu contents-great if itâs winter! SpecialsIncluded soup, steak and kidney pie and crumble! It was BH Friday in August and 26 degrees!Chef, take not of what season it is when preparing menus!
4 based on 712 reviews
This unique 17th century Inn houses a wonderful British restaurant and pub. You'll find it at the heart of the delightful Sussex village of Burpham, just 4 km from historic Arundel, surrounded by the glorious South Downs National Park. The menus are class
Really enjoyed our meal today for lunch. We visited early afternoon 2-3pm ish. The restaurant and bar area were both busy which was a good start. They managed to accommodate us for a table for 4 without a booking. Our server, Joe was personable, friendly and welcoming. My partner and I shared a plate of nachos (which were homemade and absolutely delicious), chunky cheesy chips and also a pepper and chorizo scotch egg, which Joe informed us was brand new on the menu today. Overall it was a delicious meal, all of us had a great time. Friends from out of town were impressed with the lovely decor, countryside location and great food. Iâd thoroughly recommend and will be going back in the future.
4 based on 575 reviews
The George & Dragon in Houghton is a busy and beautiful old coaching inn situated in the South Downs National Park. We are a family run pub that is passionate about good food, service and above all ensuring the customer has the best experience possible.
The George and Dragon is a lovely pub/restaurant set in the Sussex downs. We visited on a beautiful day, and took advantage of the opportunity to sit outside. With excellent views it truly is a relaxing place to visit.The food is first class and the staff are very friendly and attentive. Everything seems to be freshly cooked and using local produce.We have probably visited four or five times during the summer period, but I hadnât reviewed on Trip Advisor.Highly recommended
4 based on 134 reviews
The Black Horse is located in Amberley, West Sussex in the South Down's National Park. This grade two listed pub recently opened after extensive refurbishment offering a traditional bar offering local ales, an elegant yet cosy restaurant and the new addit
Uh ho....the curse of the Tripadvisor! Ignore the sorry two stars! Just back from a delicious Sunday roast and cannot fault it. Generous portions, loads of varied veg and.... the friendly French waiter! What's not to like! We all had a great time. So thank you the The Black Horse....this is our third visit and well done!
4 based on 326 reviews
The Sportsman Inn is a public house offering a selection of local and Cornish real ales and delicious pub food. We have 5 en-suite B&B rooms with spectacular views over the Amberley Brooks.
I stayed at the Sportsman Inn when walking the South Downs Way. It's a bit of a walk off the trail, on the edge of Amberley, but not too far. My room was spacious and comfortable. The food was excellent: both dinner and breakfast the following morning. If the weather is nice, be sure to have a drink out on the deck overlooking the Amberley water meadows. The pub provides binoculars for better viewing. I felt that the hosts were very welcoming of walkers, and I wasn't the only walker staying there.Thank you very much for your kind review, we are very happy you enjoyed your stay with us and the food. We are very accomodating to walkers and we have many of them passing through due to our location and views.
4 based on 464 reviews
Traditional country pub with food.
As a pre holiday treat, decided to take Mum for dinner with my partner on Friday night. Fancied âpub grubâ and wanted to try somewhere new, so ventured out to Amberley.The Bridge Inn has a nice garden and terrace where we could soak up the unseasonally warm September sun. The heat soon started to fade so we headed inside around 7. The dining area was busy, but this did not compromise the excellent service throughout our meal.We chose from the regular menu and specials board. Given Mum has a smaller appetite, we shared 2 starters between 3. We selected the baked camembert and cheesy mushrooms. Both were delicious. I loved the fig chutney with the camembert.For mains, Mum and I opted for the pork special served in a cider sauce with dauphinois potatoes and broccoli whilst my partner opted for the beef burger. The pork was well cooked and tasty. The burger was filling, but heâs had better before.We were so full that I managed one scoop of the stem ginger and honeycomb ice cream. Delicious!With 5 drinks, the bill was a reasonable Â£82. I thought that represented good value.So a new find that weâll definitely return to. Iâd recommend booking ahead to avoid disappointment.
4 based on 242 reviews
The Dean Inn, formerly the Dean Ale and Cider House, has been relaunched into an a la carte styled restaurant with rooms. Located near to Chichester, we offer 6 beautiful rooms, enjoyable food and service in the heart of the West Dean Valley.
Four of us arrived in the restaurant (without booking) midweek and were eventually shown to a table. The lady was friendly and helpful but no one seemed in charge and there was a lot of coming and going with presumably staff around the back of the bar area. The starters were fine (I had pigeon breast which was well cooked) but the mains were very slow in arriving and generally average in quality. There was no real atmosphere in the establishment and we got the impression the staff were leaderless and just going through the motions with no incentive to go the extra mile etc.
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