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 Selected Comments in West Sussex

Clive hodgson
 Old style boozer
We were lucky to stumble into this quirky little pub where memories of old style boozers of my youth [good beer no food and careful choice of conversation no religion no politics no controversial subjects ] just enjoy the beer .
we will return hopefully on a quiz night .
Wednesday, April 9, 2014Rating: rosettes

Mrs S Payne
 Good food. Good chips.
A group of five ladies ladies had lunch here on Monday 1st October 2012. We had 2 BLT's on granary and 3 ciabattas and chips all round. We all agreed on how much we enjoyed the food.
A small complaint in that the eight unused glasses were not removed, so we had about 13 glasses on the table. Naughty.
Monday, October 1, 2012Rating: No rosettes

Andy
 Carvery
Had the carvery at the weekend
Meat was tender and vegtables and potatoes just lik mummy used to make.
will be eating here again next week.
Monday, September 17, 2012Rating: rosettes

karla
 bad food
whent in with my children the meat was burnt,vegtables were still hard and not fresh at all. i think it is dispicable how they can charge people to that
Friday, September 14, 2012Rating: No rosettes

Area Manager
 Meat Bingo Every Sunday / 1pm start
Thursday, May 31, 2012Rating: rosettes

A kirk
 The best pub within a 40 mile radius
Saturday, May 26, 2012Rating: rosettes

Lalie
 Saturday Evening get together
Such good food! I had the steak ale and stilton pie (which I'd had before) and it was gorgeous, 2 of our party had the oxtail with dumplings, and the fourth had the steak. We all agreed it was superb. The staff were charming - don't expect your food in a hurry - it's not that sort of place. If you want good, home-cooked, good value food, then this is the place for you.
Wednesday, August 24, 2011Rating: rosettes

Brian Hunter
 
Have just read the review re. the Ansty Cross pub. I feel this review has little value as it is five years old.
For reviews to be of help to future customers you should at least make an attempt to keep them up to date. An old review is worse than no review.
Tuesday, August 2, 2011Rating: No rosettes

Anonymous
 NEW OWNERS
GREAT HOMEMADE FOOD NICEE RELAXING ATMOSPHERE I HAD A GREAT EVENING NEW DINNING ROOM LAY OUT ,I WILL GO BACK! ADDED JUNE 2011
Saturday, June 25, 2011Rating: rosettes

uy
 wrong telephone number
Red Lion
145 Lower St
Pulborough
West Sussex
RH20 2BX

Contact:Unknown
Tel: 01798 872659
Wednesday, May 25, 2011Rating: No rosettes

steve
 
Very dissapointed with this pub. The staff are very rude. Ordered a sunday roast for five and waited one and a half hours to be told they had run out of beef. The portion and quality of the food was disgusting bearing in mind it totalled £50. Would never go here again and have advised family and friends not to bother also.
Sunday, April 10, 2011Rating: No rosettes

Anonymous
 Number Change
New No: 01403 751873
Sunday, May 30, 2010Rating: No rosettes

Gavin Parsons
 Expensive beer, bland overcooked food
Sorry but this pub is not one of my favourites. The heading says it all: Expensive beer, bland overcooked food, and depressing atmosphere. Why would anyone want to come here?
Friday, April 9, 2010Rating: No rosettes

jackie soper(by marriage)
 
jacobs post was put up to hang highwaymen.my long lost relatives wife and child were murdered in the inn as well as himself.(miles)the perpetrators fled on horseback and hid up a chimney breast .they were found and hung on jacobs post .any more info would be lovely .thanks jackie
Wednesday, March 31, 2010Rating: rosettes

jackie soper(by marriage)
 
jacobs post was put up to hang highwaymen.my long lost relatives wife and child were murdered in the inn as well as himself.(miles)the perpetrators fled on horseback and hid up a chimney breast .they were found and hung on jacobs post .any more info would be lovely .thanks jackie
Wednesday, March 31, 2010Rating: No rosettes

Anon
 Real locals pub
This is a very popular and friendly pub in Steyning. It is a real hive of activity with a rugby team; cricket team and the Norfolk Walking Group. There are also regular quizzes and other social events. A real locals pub - the kind of pub you thought doesn't exist anymore. You are guaranteed to strike up a conversation over good beer. Food is not served, but who cares. If you like beer and banter - give it a go.
Wednesday, March 10, 2010Rating: rosettes

John
 Plenty going on
Varied menus, pub quiz on Tuesdays and Open Mic night on Wednesdays. Check their web site for more details. See the link above.
Sunday, February 14, 2010Rating: No rosettes

John Coombs
 
Our family visit in July this year was a complete success. The menu was varied, the staff were pleasant and the food was well cooked and well served. It was presented piping hot and with varied accompaniments. I would recommend it wholeheartedly
Sunday, December 20, 2009Rating: rosettes

John & Frances
 Not serving food
Although the beer in this pub is still kept to an exceptional quality it has not served food for at least 3 years
Thursday, October 22, 2009Rating: rosettes

Julie Field
 Horrible Sunday Lunch
My parents and I went to the George and Dragon at Amberly, what a beautiful location but unfortunately the food did not come up to the view. The potatoes were cold, the meat was so hard that it had obviously been cooked for ages and then warmed up. When I complained the waitress offered to put warm gravy on the roast!!!! I hasten to add we walked out at no charge.
Wednesday, October 14, 2009Rating: No rosettes

Callum
 Unwelcoming venue
Slow service rude staff shame such a lovely location. Food is average wines very small and poor selection. Very cramped although revamped dining area pub which does not sit well with the rest of the character of this quaint pub great potential shame does not live up to it's reputation
Sunday, October 11, 2009Rating: rosettes

Rick Simpson
 The pub re opened on 1/4/09
The phone number is 01403751873
Wednesday, June 17, 2009Rating: No rosettes

Judith Evans
 Excellent!
My husband, daughter and I arrived on a busy Sunday lunchtime, not having booked a tabke, but the landlady welcomed us and squeezed us into a little nook by the bar, The menu looked good, and had three vegetarian choices - an absolute must as my daughter and I are veggies. The food arrived without too long a wait, and did not disappoint: tasty, piping hot and good sized portions. we enjoyed it so much we have booked a table for late December for a birthday celebration.
Saturday, December 6, 2008Rating: rosettes

Richard Simpson
 The pub will re open early 2009
Friday, September 26, 2008Rating: rosettes

landlord
 phone number
its wrong
01293 518181
Saturday, September 20, 2008Rating: rosettes

m.cooper
 nice duck, shame about the vegetables
Given one dish of tasteless frozen veg with a wholesale cost of about 10p. Next table of 3 had one small dish between 3 ! So much good local seasonal produce around, so showed a total lack of effort or imagination.
Wednesday, August 27, 2008Rating: rosettes

Sheryl
 Traditional pub with traditional values
Under new management and what a difference. Home cooked food is tip top as are the staff and the management. Constantly changing menu with lots of variety.
Families welcome and the quiz on a thursday is always excellent fun.
Wednesday, July 23, 2008Rating: rosettes

Sheryl
 
Under new management and what a difference. Home cooked food is tip top as are the staff and the management. Constantly changing menu with lots of variety.
Families welcome and the quiz on a thursday is always excellent fun.
Wednesday, July 23, 2008Rating: rosettes

T robb
 
My husband and I had lunch there and we couldn't fault it. The service was excellent and the food was truly lovely. It's in a beautiful location and we will definately be going back.
Wednesday, July 16, 2008Rating: rosettes

john donnelly
 great pub fantastic food
now under new management the food has got even better. great spot on riverside with great choice
of home cooked food and fine beer.
try the quiz on thursdays if you want a fun night out.
Friday, July 11, 2008Rating: rosettes

Jacki Bray
 Traditional 18th. century pub next to the Museum
Great lunches served every day. A wide range of wines, lagers and real ales on offer. The service is friendly and efficient, Every one is treated like a regular and remembered each time they visit. Fresh scones are baked on the premises daily and given away free with coffee and tea each morning. There is a separate conservatory eating area and a smallncourtyard garden.There is a new heated Smoking room in the garden
Thursday, June 12, 2008Rating: rosettes

Tim & Nina
 PAWS
We run a walking group ‘The Pub Appreciation Walk Society’ (PAWS) The principle is we meet at a selected pub, have an 8 mile walk and then lunch at the pub. We chose the Welldiggers for one of the PAWS walks. We booked for 18 walkers, they made an error and put 12 in the reservation book. It turned out we were both wrong and 27 turned up. Tuppy, unflustered, took it all in her stride. Not only were they able to cater for us all, but the service was excellent, the food was top grade, especially the roast beef which was the best I’ve ever had. We have found some excellent pubs, but the Welldiggers was outstanding.
Saturday, April 19, 2008Rating: rosettes

Michelle Sewry
 Extreme Disappointment
My family 5 adults & 4 children dined at The George on evening of Sunday 18th Feb `07 hoping to feast on a carvery meal. Having enjoyed drinks at the bar, eaten our starters, we approached the carvary with anticipation, hopeing to see large juicy joints of meat and sumptuous dishes of seasonal vegetables....what we found was an almost bear turkey carcuss, fatty gammon joint and a shrivelled piece of beef, misable dishes containing cubed swede, frozen peas, cauilflower cheese and soggy roast potatoes. I asked was that all the vegetables that were available... No corrots, broccolli or sweetcorn ? Was told that they had run out of carrots & sweetcorn at around 5pm Four disappointed children walked away from the carvary with meager plates containing turkey, yorkshires, potatoes and gravy, no vegetable favourites available, five adults disppointed with choices available. We came here for a treat, but left wishing that we had cooked ourselves.

Saturday, February 24, 2007Rating: rosettes

Bob Francis
 
The Pub nor the landlord have changed for ages. Used to go there years ago before we moved to America when it had good food. Came back after 23 years and nothing changed. Still Old Ted there proping up the bar and still the onion soup as good as ever.
What you see is what you get, a great traditional old English pub, mainly for locals. If you dont like tradition then go to a fancy smancy new age pub.
I happen to love it there and thank god that it will never change all the while Ted is there, Oh, and the food is still great and plenty of it.
Wednesday, February 7, 2007Rating: rosettes

Richard Blake
 Great Place, Great Steaks
Visited Deepwell in Northchapel last weekend.
Really friendly and welcoming village inn. Good beer, fine food, and Mark's right about the steaks - they are good quality and inexpensive. We willl be back. Many thanks.
Monday, February 5, 2007Rating: rosettes

John Fellows
 Great Place To Be
went to the new improved look after hearing the ad on Bright FM - superb food, very friendly service and the decor was modern but very comfortable - will be visiting again soon
Friday, February 2, 2007Rating: rosettes

chessie
 congratulations
Thanks for a great pub, a fantastic atmosphere and banging music
Friday, February 2, 2007Rating: rosettes

Francesco Cossa
 
We went to eat last Sunday on the 21/01/07 and to say that we were disappointed about the food is an under-statement. Atmosphere not too bad, menu looked hopeful because it had a limited number of classic dishes. However when we ordered the Sunday roast it took half an hour to arrive then we were served with two wafer thin over-cooked slices of beef, the gravy was pale hot water, most of the vegetables were burnt with cauliflower served aside smothered in cheese sauce and drowned in a lake of water underneath. All these goodies for a mere £ 13.95 each. Funnily enough I found good reviews about this place - could it possibly be the same place ?
Sunday, January 28, 2007Rating: rosettes

Chris
 Its a lovely Pub
www.thelabouringman.co.uk
Thursday, January 25, 2007Rating: rosettes

john mcmare
 amazing new chef wow
last was at this place three months ago and had avery unhappy time.
returned this weekend to find a new menu and a new chef, jason reeves, and my god you can notice the change, starters were mind blowing a great souffle of gryere cheese with soft poached pears and a walnut salad and a lovely prawn salad with anchovies.
main courses of a wonderfull piece of salmon with a courgette and cherry tomato salad with a pinenut and parsley dressing, first class chef.... donald russell ribeye was cooked well. and then we were stunned to taste the panna cotta witch was stunning it opened back memories of are lunch at angella hartnets who is gordon ramseys chef, just perfect. many best wishes to this pub and i hope that the chef is looked after for a long time as i would hate to see this quality drop. brighton restaurants look out this is a hot restaurant.
Tuesday, January 23, 2007Rating: rosettes

Mark gillham
 to miss Bennett ,we do not sell steaks for £20.00
the most expensive steak l do is £14.95 get your facts right ,if you have anything to say ,say it to my face ,we do first class food so piss off
Friday, January 19, 2007Rating: rosettes

Peter Jeffery
 Very poor pub
Management is of a very questionable attitude indeed. Very much a place to avoid.
Friday, December 22, 2006Rating: No rosettes

mrs sands
 xmas dinner
i was in a party of 6 last night 17th dec 2006 and unfortunately have to make a complaint it was our xmas meal (no crackers/festivities etc)staff didnt seem bothered food area wasnt very clean food was all cold and had been there a while baring in mind this was only 730 the waitress then cleared plates away over me whilst i was still eating we then used the toilets which were in a terrible state the seat was hanging off and split in the front the taps turned all the way round whilst on so im afraid we cut our evening short very dissappointed
i dont want to get people in to bother but i feel strongly enough to write as i hope you will to reply
Monday, December 18, 2006Rating: No rosettes

adrianreddie
 Great food cooked by a very skilled chef
Best steak I'd had in years, plenty of fresh veg served with a good choice of wines.
Tuesday, December 12, 2006Rating: rosettes

Anon
 Horrible horrible pub
I hate hate hate hate this pub. Pizza is the same that they've served for years. They never change the menu. But worst of all. They trust no-one. Apparently it seems they treat every customer as a potential thief. You have to leave your car keys behind the bar in case you run off without paying. They've only started taking keys recently. They used to take your credit card but I guess too many people complained about having to leave a credit card for security reasons. Ate there once and we were sat at the table and the waitress (it was waitress service then) came to the table to take our order. She asked for a credit card as soon as she had finished writing our order. When I refused to leave a credit card she asked for the money and held out her hand for me to pay. Have never had to do that before. If you went to the Ritz for dinner and sat at a table and a waitress took your order would she hold out her hand for you to pay as soon as you gave your order? No. Exactly. There are loads of other pubs in the area and they don't do the same thing. It really winds me up that they treat their customers as potential thieves. God knows what they'd do if you walked there and didn't have a car key to leave. The rest of the pub is very gloomy and full of people sitting about waiting for their take away pizza or a few table. Either that or they're planning their next bank robbery as clearly this place thinks it only attracts dishonest people who want to make a runner without paying. Perhaps they could have a guard dog at the door with extra sharp teeth or something....
Tuesday, December 5, 2006Rating: No rosettes

marion
 No longer a pub
The Hunters moon no longer exists, it has been turned back into a residential dwelling.
Wednesday, November 8, 2006Rating: No rosettes

anonymous
 Great selection of ale
Lovely food, and great selection of ale. Very good looking barman by the name of andrew.
Monday, November 6, 2006Rating: rosettes

a regular
 they have two great bar maids
there r 2 great bar mades called karen and kylie
Tuesday, September 26, 2006Rating: rosettes

Henry Stevens
 Amazing
Amazing pub, especially the young barman! Food is amazing !
Monday, September 18, 2006Rating: rosettes

Rachael Long
 excellent food
fantastic food but somewhat surly service if your not a local expect to wait and wait!! Female bar staff particularly bad tempered- fire the bar staff and it woudl be perfect!
Tuesday, August 22, 2006Rating: rosettes

Bob
 THe Marine welcomes EVERYONE!!
Come visit the pub and see for your self the pub that feels like your at home.
Wednesday, August 2, 2006Rating: rosettes

???
 The New Inn
The pub has very loud music and a very smokey atmosphere. Not at all a family pub. I went in there recently and there is no actual real air inside the pub the food was ok but i do not recommend pub for families.
Wednesday, August 2, 2006Rating: rosettes

??
 The Marine
An excellent pub that sells homemade meals that are fantastically presentated and affordable (cheap). Friendly landlords and regulars. Deffantly a pub for families. A supreme Pool table, dart board, fruit machines and many more things to do. Superb variety of beer,bottled beers,spirits and wines. Karoake and live music. Not an Alcholic plenty of drinks for you from hot drinks to cold.
Beer garden for nice weather and fire place for cold days. Very clean and a laughable day out. 5 minute walk to beach. Sells Fosters, Carlsberg, stella artois, guinness,kronebourg 1664, westons cider,Asb,Asb Gold, carling and many more drinks. Recommened to anyone sociable and friendly. More info on www.themarine.co.uk
Wednesday, August 2, 2006Rating: rosettes

babsj
 great new refurb
My parents enjoyed the food at lunch time,whilst had a great time in the saurday evening
Tuesday, June 13, 2006Rating: rosettes

A ROCHE
 excellent pub
what a friendly nice atmosphere,made to feel very welcome by other customers and staff
Thursday, May 25, 2006Rating: rosettes

Tim Smith
 Fun Pub
Just look out for Richard
Friday, May 12, 2006Rating: rosettes

Noah
 Will visit again soon!
I had the luxury to stay in this quaint little village of Ansty for 5 months. I had the pleasure to visit the pub Ansty Cross regularly and was welcomed on every visit with open arms. The food is excellent, the beer perfect, and the atmosphere delightful. Well worth stopping in to make new friends; even for an American like myself.
Sunday, May 7, 2006Rating: rosettes

john hammond
 xmas in april
popped in for a quick pint and wont do it again. pub was deserted and a xmas song was playing on the duke box.
unless you have won the lottery dont buy the lager
Sunday, April 30, 2006Rating: No rosettes

rose
 very expensive
Far to expensive, probably the most costly pint in Bognor.
Large room could do with sky sports instead of catering for solely to customers who play darts.
On the plus side its very quiet as people cant afford to drink there.
Sunday, April 16, 2006Rating: No rosettes

Jerry
 15th Century Public House
3x Real ales now available. Weltons (horsham), Hogs Back (Farnham), and Arundel (Arundal).

Friendly atmosphere, families and dogs welcome. Car park, garden with river frontage make this a superb location for all of your eating and drinking needs.

This really is a quality traditional country pub. Pity there are so few left.
Thursday, April 6, 2006Rating: rosettes

Louise Bennett
 Very expensive
Well over-rated, £20 for a steak!!!!! And to be honest it tasted no different to what you get at a normal chain of steak-houses. If you want to be ripped off then this is the place for you.
Sunday, March 26, 2006Rating: No rosettes

Josh Skeens
 Amazing
I think this pub would be fantastic, if it wasnt for the owners son. Frankly his behaviour was emabarasing for everyone, other than that it was good.
Tuesday, February 14, 2006Rating: rosettes

stephen rumble
 Top Pub
really amusing staff, great sonof owner who really lights up the whole place with his humour lol,
PS go there so they can pay for the school fees
Tuesday, February 14, 2006Rating: rosettes

Laura Powell
 Absolutely Wonderful
Stunning Pub in the heart of Sussex!
Saturday, December 31, 2005Rating: rosettes

Trev
 incredible!!
after reading the last comment i too visited this pub, it used to be one of the rougher venues in town but has now been turned aroud, the staff were indeed pleasent, the landlady friendly, the atmsphere relaxing and later whe the disco started the music was excellant! also now that it has had a lick of paint it looks so much nicer inside than it ever was! WELL DONE DORSTEN
Sunday, December 11, 2005Rating: rosettes

Dai
 Superb pub, excellent beer, great food
Small 15th century inn, one of the only pubs near Pulborough offering local ales (Weltons) along with Speckled Hen and London Pride, all kept superbly. Non smoking restaurant area, open fire in a small adjoining room and friendly bar.
Friday, November 25, 2005Rating: rosettes

Victoria Phillips
 **Under new management**
Friendly pub with a great atmosphere and a growing reputation for excellent live music.
Sunday, November 13, 2005Rating: rosettes

Hamish Robbie
 A fantastic pub tucked away that serves good food
This pub is a 'little diamond in the rough'; tucked away in the countryside hard to find, but worth the drive. the food is excellent the beer and wine are well chosen by George the omni present Landlord.
Tuesday, November 8, 2005Rating: rosettes

Mark
 Fantastic Pub
With the new menu you have both to choose from pub food and food with a bit of a twist. Great place for a drink and a night out. Has a DJ 3 nights a week and a Rock night on a Monday with a drink specail what more could you ask for.
Wednesday, November 2, 2005Rating: rosettes

gray bags
 short walk from barnham stn
well worth a quick walk from the hustle and bustle that is barnham stn.the beer here has always been in good condition.one of a fine rare breed of pubs still surving in this great day and age and the people of barnham must feel they are lucky to have such a gem on their doorstep!!
Friday, September 30, 2005Rating: rosettes

gray bags
 good locals pub
for the time i lived there this has always been a good friendly cosy pub..well worth the stop off in arundel for
Friday, September 30, 2005Rating: rosettes

David N. Clarke
 Unbelievingly accomodating!
Returning with Canadian golfers after game at Pulborough. Rump steak tender enough to be eaten with a fork! They don't come better in this world!
Thursday, September 22, 2005Rating: rosettes

HELEN BOILING
 clean, friendly,
fantastic pub with a choice of 3 bitters including a very good Greene King ipa. good food and wonderful staff. This pub has totally changed and is now somewhere you can drink and eat in comfort .its clean and the landlady is totally in love with her pub and it shows. i am disgusted at the comment made about the pub. as far as the staff are concerned, nothing is too much trouble
Tuesday, September 6, 2005Rating: rosettes

shabina
 new tenants
Hi
Just taken over and are completly taken with charm of the building and friendliness of the locals.
Hope to continue on from Steve's good work with the same sense of fun and lots of quality food and service.
Thursday, August 18, 2005Rating: rosettes

David
 nice pub
i visited the dorsten last week for the first time in years, far from the roudy venue i always remember this has improved in leaps and bounds, the staff were pleasent, and the Landlady very friendly.
i will most certainly be going back for the friday disco tonight.
Friday, August 12, 2005Rating: rosettes

john williams
 great for lively coach parties, sing-alongs
our coach party from south london called in to this pub on our way to the coast - great beer, lively sing-alongs, darts, skittles etc we had a great time and recommend it to all coach parties looking for a lively pub. they do great fish and chips as well!
Wednesday, August 10, 2005Rating: rosettes

Joe Mendez
 Great pub
The pub needs some wok done to the inside which the landlord is contemplating doing soon, it has a lovely big garden and Bar-B-Q,
The new landlord is superb, he is a big man with a wonderful big personality, always telling jokes, anecdotes and great stories that he says are true. He does magic tricks and plays the guitar among other things, just a very likeable guy and well worth a visit just to meet him and his great staff.
Wednesday, July 20, 2005Rating: rosettes

David Jones
 top notch food
the new chef dean does a mean thai curry and a remarkable chilli but every thing else is still top great service at the bar just the best pub around
Wednesday, July 6, 2005Rating: rosettes

ben
 hi dad
hi dad hows you hope your ok hope the pub is going ok see u soon love the best son in the world benji
Tuesday, June 7, 2005Rating: rosettes

mick kedian
 fantastic
now the best pub in shoreham bar none ...... great service, great atmosphere,great beer.
Monday, May 23, 2005Rating: rosettes

KELLY
 OK IF YOU ARE A LOCAL
IF YOU ARE NOT A LOCAL CRIMINAL OR BUILDER THEN YOU WONT GET SERVED. THE BAR NAM HAS BEEN OUT WITH MOST OF THE GIRLS IN CRAWLEY AND THE AFTER HOURS ANTICS IN HIS FLAT WOULD DELIGHT THE LOCAL POLICE. SUNDAYS ARE NICE THOUGH BECAUSE IT DOES HAVE A NICE FAMILY ATMOSPHERE. ITS PITY THAT THE OWNER DOES NOT LIVE ON SITE THEN HE COULD KEEP A BETTER EYE ON THE PLACE.
Friday, May 20, 2005Rating: rosettes

SUHONG MIN AGAIN
 Superb infact
actually, this pub is really good, I liked the food because unlike other pubs, this pub makes its food from real meat and vegetables, unlike a pub like the Swan Inn in Esher, Surrey taht makes its food from processed chicken fat and never cleans their bogs
Monday, May 9, 2005Rating: rosettes

russell
 I love the place
The general henrys is the best pub ever, and has agreat atmospher .
Plus it has the greatest landlady of all time (Ceri Cannons).
love you load
russ
p.s cant wait to come back again
Friday, May 6, 2005Rating: rosettes

jack hutchinson
 A pub that made my day
Myself and my lady friend recently had dinner at the Black Rabbit. We found the service excellant. The setting is wonderful with views of the river and castle. Inside we sat next to an open log fire. I had lamb shank a vey tasty meal I can reccomend. The prices were reasonable although the wine a little expensive, but you get that everywhere now dont you.
All in all we had a good time in a pleasant,interesting atmoshere. We certainly will go back......by the way we travelled by boat to the pub and tied up outside.
Tuesday, April 26, 2005Rating: rosettes

adolf
 best pub in britain
general henrys is the best pub in the whole britian . specially the landlady ceri . i hope that i can go over soon to see her , please give her my regards
Thursday, April 14, 2005Rating: rosettes

Pete Boole
 The New Inn Welcome's you
Excellent choice of real ales both house and guest, very friendly atmosphere through out the pub. Very warm and welcoming!
Saturday, April 9, 2005Rating: No rosettes

Ross James Bentley
 Good music, good beer
Excellanyt pub, nice food, excellant ale and live music on saturdays. A gem.
Saturday, April 9, 2005Rating: rosettes

Mick Gill
 Is it really a pub?
Visited 19/03/05. Only bitter offerd is creamflow/smoothflow. No Pernod. No Tequilla. Barmaid was totally indifferent to these facts.Friends had Carlsberg but that was off.
Tuesday, March 22, 2005Rating: No rosettes

tim
 ren the landlord can pour a good pint
good lacal pub the land lords name is ren good grub good beer what more can i say
Sunday, March 20, 2005Rating: rosettes

mr a. wallner
 the best pub in the world
the eagle is by far the best real ale pub in sussex with friendly staff and local, if you are in the area i reccomend you take a visit
Sunday, March 13, 2005Rating: rosettes

Jon
 Is now closed
This bub is now a pile of rubble. clsed for good
Thursday, March 3, 2005Rating: No rosettes

Emma Turner
 Don't bother eating there. It's a rip off.
Went to this pub on Sunday 20th Feb. What can I say, the food and service was absolutely dreadful and I can't recommend this to anyone. The seating area was so cramped that the waitresses had to pass food over peoples heads and I thought they might even throw it at you a couple of times judging by the look on their faces! Our food arrived - and I honestly thought it was a joke. The salad can only be described as a garnish, so small they looked like leftovers. I had one quarter of tomato and one slice of dry cucumber that had obviously been hanging around. The pickled onion had strange black patches on it (and had a hair stuck to it - yuk)and I had about 1 tsp chutney and 1 pat of butter. The only decent bit was the baguette which I can't complain about. This cost over £5, which may be about right for most pubs, but I am sorry to say the Black Rabbit certainly took this mickey with this meal. It spoilt what is a beautiful pub in a lovely location. Come on Black Rabbit - stop ripping people and perhaps people will return. I certainly won't
Monday, February 21, 2005Rating: rosettes

Rod Hunter
 very poor beer
Despite recent re-vamp, complete inability to provide real ale on a regular basis. Some occasions, NO real ale at all, and on most others, a choice of 2 or 3 which no-one has ever heard of. If your tipple is a nice pint of Harveys, Youngs, Wadsworths, London Pride, Spitfire or similar, don't bother.
Thursday, February 17, 2005Rating: rosettes

edward bristow
 amzing
incredible
Friday, January 28, 2005Rating: rosettes

Linda
 Our 1st visit
Our 1st visit today, the staff are very friendly and helpful. Really enjoyed the carvery. Look forward to our next visit.
Sunday, January 23, 2005Rating: rosettes

****
 Amazing
It was brilliant. The food was gorgeous and the service was admirable. The plates and cutlery were also very clean.
I think the washer up deserves a raise (only josh)
Monday, January 17, 2005Rating: rosettes

Che Smyth
 Gastronomical Delight
This is a great pub, serving a good selection of traditional food at reasonable prices. The portions are large so take along your appitite. You could not find a more appealing setting at the top of the National trust village of Slindon, overlooking the countryside, right down to the sussex coast.
Wednesday, December 15, 2004Rating: rosettes

Josephine Reid nee Turner
 BEST PUB IN THE WORLD
I lived there for 12 years as my Mum and Dad owned it from 1954 to 1969.
Mention Jim Turner to any oldies from the village his wife Eve and me Josie.
GOOD OLD DAYS
Thursday, December 9, 2004Rating: rosettes

Paul
 Great
The Manager, Dean is a wonderful and generous guy. His girlfriend is gorgeous! Unfortunatley they both support Aston Villa. Guess somebody has to. They have extremely good looking customers especially two guys called Simon Cooper and Chris.
Monday, December 6, 2004Rating: rosettes

Glynn Jones
 Gastro pub with attitude
Excellent food
excellent beer
excellent welcome
excellent customer care
Saturday, December 4, 2004Rating: rosettes

Katie
 Friendly
Friendly staff, nice place to drink, has a carvery, good food, ask for chicken dippers they are a very tasty starter!
Monday, November 29, 2004Rating: rosettes

James Hanson
 FOR SALE
For any enquires please send an e-mail to james.hanson@computersforstaff.com
Wednesday, November 17, 2004Rating: rosettes

James Hanson
 wrong address
the address listed is the wrong address to match the area code.
arundel is all 01903
Wednesday, November 17, 2004Rating: No rosettes

Les
 a great pub untouched by the ravages of time.
The Murrell is not so much a Pub, but more a state of mind. Or a certain attitude that exudes all that is great in this green and pleasant land. Well kept proper beer, good home cooking. Never a dull moment.
Tuesday, August 31, 2004Rating: rosettes

Philip
 Great B&B, will go again.
Wonderfully quiet pub, plenty of room. Pool also darts. Great Bed and Breakfast, enjoyed our stay, will definatley go again. From Phil and the bikers
Monday, August 30, 2004Rating: rosettes

p.woolacott
 what a good clean b&b
what a nice pub just been refurbed - nice and cosy and the food is great
Friday, August 6, 2004Rating: rosettes

james beeby
 Top quality service
The chef, Mike does a truly remarkable job to everything he cooks; service was second to none; a remarkable pub who care about service, thanks to the team, james
Saturday, July 17, 2004Rating: rosettes

Henry Weiner
 friendly pub
A friendly pub run by Mandy & Hugh Riva convenient to the beach offering good pub food at reasonable prices and good Ales
Wednesday, June 23, 2004Rating: rosettes

Henry Weiner
 Friendly Pub
A friendly pub run by Mandy & Hugh Riva serving reasonably priced good pub grub with good Ales
Tuesday, June 22, 2004Rating: rosettes

norman wisdom
 Not to my liking
Not to my liking
Friday, September 28, 2001Rating: No rosettes


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