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La Regata

Spanish, Mediterranean24.4 miles Town Quay SO14 2AR

Conveniently located on Town Quay and next to Southampton’s waterfront, this traditional restaurant offers an enticing and authentic taste of Spanish cuisine. Established for 23 years, La Regata is well known in the area; the wide range of tapas and main menu selections are popular with locals and regulars. New guests are tempte...

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Hallidays of Funtington

Modern British0.5 miles Watery Lane PO18 9LF

Halliday's of Funtington sits in a 600-year-old Grade II listed building in a picturesque spot at the bottom of the South Downs. Not only is this location idyllic, it also means that Andy Stephenson's kitchen has easy access to some of the very best produce. Exquisite pork is from the huge neighbouring pig farm, and Halliday's also ...

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The Horse & Groom

Traditional0.6 miles East Ashling PO18 9AX

Mike and Michelle Martell have run The Horse & Groom for over 20 years and are the heart and soul of this traditional pub with rooms. The flint walls, timber beams and flagstone floors lend loads of rustic charm; an open fire and an impressive log burner keep the place cosy in winter, while in summer the enclose...

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Fox & Hounds

British0.7 miles PO18 9LL

The Fox & Hounds pub and restaurant offers refined dining in relaxed, elegant surroundings. The Fox boasts a fantastic wine list, a range of real ales (many from local breweries), a beer garden and patio, and friendly service. The menu combines contemporary dishes with a European accent with classic British dishes. To start, exp...

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Wellies Tea Rooms

Tearoom1.9 miles Oldwick Farm West Stoke Road PO18 9AA

Nestled in rural Sussex, Wellies Tea Rooms is housed in a converted barn just a five-minute drive from the city of Chichester. Inside, you’ll find a cosy but modern interior, with plenty of comfy seating perfect for a private function such as a baby shower, birthday celebration or engagement party. The food served is locally sou...

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The Barley Mow

Traditional2 miles Walderton PO18 9ED

Set in the heart of the South Downs, The Barley Mow has been a pub since the mid-1800s and it has that genuine olde-worlde feel thanks to its large riverside garden, four fireplaces and traditional skittles alley.
The pub’s five local ales change with the seasons, as do the dishes on the all-day à la carte menu. There’...

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Hare & Hounds

Modern British2.1 miles Stoughton PO18 9JQ

The Hare & Hounds is a wonderfully cosy traditional pub tucked away in Stoughton, right in the heart of the Kingley Vale in the South Downs National Park. This lovely pub is surrounded by fields, with stunning views from the spacious garden, and is ideal for walkers and cyclists - they've even known horse riders to pop in for a ...

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Bosham Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants2.1 miles Main Road Bosham PO18 8PW

The Bosham Inn is a stone's throw away from Bosham and the picturesque village of Chidham in Chichester. Formerly a vicarage for the local parish, it was converted into a hotel and then a dining house, but is now a beautiful country pub and restaurant, which underwent a large-scale refurbishment in early November 2008. The Bosham I...

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The Barleycorn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants2.4 miles Main Road PO18 8RS

The Barleycorn is a delightful 17th-Century public house in the village of Nutbourne, between Chichester and Emsworth on the old A27. The area is popular with walkers and bikers, who come to enjoy Bosham harbour and other beautiful areas nearby. Inside you'll find a log fire, and outside there's an enclosed garden that's safe for ch...

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The Berkeley Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants2.5 miles Bosham Lane Old Bosham PO18 8HG

The Berkeley Arms is a traditional pub and restaurant set in the heart of Old Bosham, one of Sussex's most picturesque villages. Its proximity to Chichester harbour means that The Berkeley Arms is a great place to pop into after a day exploring the area. Though slightly more formal than the pub, the restaurant retains a relaxed, hom...

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The Millstream Hotel & Restaurant

Fine Dining2.5 miles Bosham Lane Bosham PO18 8HL

The Millstream Hotel & Restaurant is tucked away in the coastal village of Bosham, about three miles west of Chichester. Forming part of Chichester Harbour, this picturesque village is renowned for its sailing and is ideally situated for exploring both Sussex and Hampshire.
Offering both a two-AA-rosette-awarded restaur...

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Marwick's Brasserie

Brasserie2.5 miles Millstream Hotel Bosham Lane PO18 8HL

Marwick’s Brasserie, part of the Millstream Hotel, boasts a contemporary and relaxed dining environment. The hotel is located in Bosham, three miles west of Chichester, and the picturesque village is a great destination for a day trip, with Marwick’s Brasserie providing a lovely setting for a leisurely lunch or dinner.
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The Café at the Palace

Café2.7 miles Fishbourne Roman Palace Roman Way PO19 3QR

Located in the grounds of the Fishbourne Roman Palace & Gardens, the largest ancient Roman home in the UK, The Café at the Palace is an effortlessly charming establishment that’s ideal for visitors who wish to grab a bite or a drink after exploring this famous heritage site. Passersby and cyclists are also fortunate enough ...

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The Old Greenhouse

Modern British2.8 miles 82 Fishbourne Road West PO19 3JL

When Nik Westacott bought The Old Greenhouse, it was just that – a derelict greenhouse in the garden. Now, professionally renovated and cosily furnished, it is an award-winning dining experience where up to 16 guests can enjoy Nik’s exceptional cooking and genial hospitality.
The menu changes daily, with a choice of at ...

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The Earl of March

Modern European2.8 miles Lavant Road PO18 0BQ

Situated on the edge of the Goodwood Estate, The Earl of March enjoys spectacular views of the South Downs and looks out towards the famous racecourse. Records show that it was here, in a first-floor window, that poet William Blake was inspired to pen the words to Jerusalem in 1803, and you’ll see for yourself that the fabulous ...

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