Reviews on Pub food in Chichester, England, United Kingdom. Chichester (/ˈtʃɪtʃɪstər/) is a cathedral city in West Sussex, in South-East England. It is the only city in West Sussex and is its county town. It has a long history as a settlement from Roman times and was important in Anglo-Saxon times. It is the seat of the Church of England Diocese of Chichester, with a 12th-century cathedral.
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4 based on 540 reviews
The Gribble Inn is a traditional country pub located in a 16th century beamed cottage. We have open fires and a pretty garden. We serve food from 12noon to 9pm Monday to Saturday and 12 until 4 pm on a Sunday. We have our own on site brewery and we serve
I have been using the griddle for a few months now I find the food is very good top chef 10 out of 10 but the staff in the Gribble only the male staff seem to be quite rude should not work in catering he does not know how to talk to peopleThank you for your review.I am pleased that you have been enjoying The GRIBBLE .I am very proud of all of my staff and am confident that will always be courteous and provide excellent customer service, although this can be difficult on the rare occasion we have a bad customer experience
4 based on 529 reviews
The George has been a public house for over 170 years and is first shown on the Tithe Map from 1840. Nestled into the rolling hills of the Sussex South Downs National Park The George is just off the beaten track in the small village of Eartham, perfectly
It's is rare to find a country pub that delivers the quality of food, the excellent service the homely and inviting interior and good value as this pub does. We had three of the most memorable evening meals we have tasted out in a very long time. My Chicken & Bacon Pie was outstanding. A wonderful pastry encasing sumptuous chicken breast, taragon and lean bacon smothered in delicious gravy and sitting on top of smooth creamy mash with perfectly cooked crunchy vegetables. None of the usual boring and unappetising pub food served here. Infact, this pub sets such a high standard in all areas of quality produce and service that in my view it deserves full marks and praise indeed. Oh and finally, it is truly dog friendly with lots of clean fresh water and treats for them !
4 based on 411 reviews
The Berkeley Arms is a great pub in the heart of Bosham. The atmosphere is friendly and welcoming, and the local people of Bosham are always happy to include visitors into their cheerful circle. In summer, the beautiful garden in front of the pub provides
Very friendly welcome and good service. Starters are huge which isnât always s good thing as we didnât have room for our mains. We had pie for mains which were very tasty. Nice chocolate eggs served with the bill which is a nice touch. The place wasnât very busy but it was a Monday night.Thank you for taking the time to leave your review, it is very much appreciated. I am pleased you enjoyed your meals, apologies if you found the starters too big, we will take this feedback on board. I hope we get the opportunity to welcome you back here again in the future.
4 based on 321 reviews
Facebook messaged twice and the messages were 'seen' by 'The White Swan' (1st message 12th June, follow up 17th June) - NO REPLY OR COURTESY AT ALL. I stated that I wanted to organise a group lunch for Golden Wedding Anniversary celebrations, NO REPLY, silence....v disappointing and no customer care at all. We are taking our business elsewhere and gave the staff ample opportunity to reply.
4 based on 1233 reviews
What a quality establishment this is. Lovely setting and interior decor, a good garden and pleasant seating inside for a drink or meals. Menu was good and the Sunday roast really tasty supported by decent choice of beers too. One minor issue was very well dealt with by Ben who was an outstanding example of how to do customer service. The additional jug of hot gravy was much appreciated too. Staff were all pleasant, very efficient and clearly well drilled, constantly on the look out to clear tables or provide assistance. Dog-friendly and a large car park.Cannot fault this as a place to eat. Top marks.
4 based on 324 reviews
A Traditional country pub nestled within the pretty village of Walderton nr. Chichester, surrounded by beautiful untouched Sussex countryside right in the middle of the South Downs National Park and just a short walk to the famous Kingley Vale. A warm and
My wife chose the barley mow for her birthday lunch, it was a glorious sunny day which made it even better. We were greeted by lovely friendly staff, the menu was studied closely by us both. My wife thought she would go for the lamb burger, but then as there was a goats cheese salad one of her favourites on the menu she would choose that instead, but she also wanted some of the chunky chips as well, so I told her stick to it & donât change to which she was more than pleased when it arrived.I myself had a bacon & Brie baguette with salad & also with chips which was delicious. We both felt a bit stuffed, but she wasnât quite finished she wanted to share a crunchie sundae so chose one and took ourselves outside to eat it.All in all a lovely day, sheâs now just opened the Prosecco as she says âwell it is my birthdayâ. Lol
4 based on 485 reviews
Our menu demonstrates our love of Sussex and Hampshire local produce which is cooked totally from scratch. Andy and Lisa head the hospitable team in the pub-restaurant and Jordan Pennant and Jordan Thomson look after the creativeness of the kitchen, servi
Had a lovely meal in here yesterday evening (09-10-19) lovely food, very attentive service and a relaxed atmosphere will certainly return: The menu offers something for everyone, including the children's options just a very nice experienceDear Jes,Thank you for taking the time to post a lovely review. The whole team at âThe Crate and Appleâ work extremely hard to deliver above expectations and it makes it all worthwhile when we receive reviews like yours.We hope that you will come back and see us again soon.Kind RegardsAndy
4 based on 624 reviews
The Partridge Inn is set within the picturesque Goodwood Estate in the South Downs village of Singleton near the Cathedral City of Chichester, West Sussex. The building dates back to the 16th century when it would have been owned by the rich and powerful
We had dinner here while staying in the village for a couple of nights. Super food, with some dishes for vegetarians and vegans.The staff were friendly, helpful and professional.
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.
4 based on 163 reviews
Estabished in 1856 The Crown Inn has been the heart of Selsey village for over 150 years. We take pride in serving great value pub grub in an amazing atmosphere welcome to families, dog's, the occasional drinker and someone looking for live entertainment.
Place fairly empty, service slow and a lot more expensive than our last visit, steak well seasoned, that suited me but not the other person on our table that ordered 'Surf, Turf & Cluck'
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