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Field & Fork Restaurant in Chichester

4 Guildhall Street Chichester
+44 1243 789915
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My husband and I had an excellent meal here yesterday evening. The fixed price two/three course menu, which has a number of choices, is excellent value for money but the a la carte is not too pricey either, for good quality and all freshly prepared food. We paid around £80 for two with wine.
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25 March 2018
10.0
This is a great restaurant. Relaxed, attentive service and good menu. The dishes are innovative (liver with mole sauce) and satisfying. Pre-theatre meals are £18.95 for 2 courses and £23.95 for 3. Excellent value. It’s easy to identify dietary requirements from the menu (eg gluten free). Highly recommended.
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05 May 2018
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02/03/2018: Having walked through the town in search of somewhere to eat we came across Artie's which seemed both inviting and with a separate vegetarian menu. The restaurant has a small downstairs and a larger upstairs which is where we sat - the only two people for most of the early evening. We chose 5 separate vegetarian tapas dishes and each one was delicious. We were warned that they would probably be brought to the table at different times rather than all at the same time but they arrived quickly after each other. Five dishes was probably about right for the two of us. We also shared a rather tasty cheesecake desert - far removed from the usual cheesecake but tasty none the less. Overall tasty food at a reasonable price - would be happy to eat here again on my next visit to Chichester.
24/02/2018: It took quite a time for our booking to be confirmed so were a little surprised not to find it packed to the rafters on our arrival this Saturday lunchtime although it had filled up downstairs before we had left. And there certainly are rafters galore in this quaint historic barn of a building which together with a building directly opposite retains a second floor hatch directly onto the street making me wonder whether it was originally some sort of grain store. Wooden steps from the first floor area in which we chose to sit go up into a small sheer balcony without any fence or rope in front but a door to a storeroom behind. The tapas menu is fairly concise supplemented today only by oysters and a fillet of sea bream on pancetta written on a blackboard in readiness for Mother's Day. We could not fault anything we chose from the tortilla whose centre was neither too runny nor too hard; ham croquettes by contrast oozing their porky fillings; meatballs in a tangy tomato sauce; crispy perfectly battered squid; the sea bream fillet on a veritable bed of pancetta cubes with the occasional whole onion coming as a surprise; a Spanish sausage other then chorizo in spicy but not too spicy strips. Portions are generous with many dishes coming with quite substantial amounts of green salad and tomatoes. My daughter enjoyed her chocolate brownie but panna cotta or cheesecake would have done just as nicely. Espressos were a little too strong. Service was friendly polite and efficient. Overall one of the best places we've found to eat in Chichester.
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