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The Sir Roger Tichborne in Chichester

8,2

Based on 725 reviews found in 6 websites


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Best pub for miles around. Our local and we are blessed!
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08 March 2019
10.0
I have previously reviewed Sir Roger Tichborne in its capacity as an excellent English pub serving great food and excellent beer with a very friendly team led by George.
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10 December 2018
10.0
Service was slow but food was good
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10 March 2019
8.0
In a word, brilliant. They managed to somehow find room for me as the restaurant was packed. Having eaten the food I can understand why. The ham hock terrine starter was vast, the pork belly main exactly the same and all of them were exceptional. The portions are huge so go hungry, you won't be disappointed.
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04 December 2018
10.0

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05/01/2019: My wife and I chose this place as a venue for lunch purely on its TripAdvisor ratings. On entering I felt slightly disappointed. "Cosy" is not a description I could ever apply here. It all seemed a bit stark with the hard wooden chairs. At least we had a radiator we could cuddle. The food choice was another disappointment. We had intended to have a full blown lunch but after seeing what was on offer my wife said she would just have soup while I had a croque monsieur.
09/03/2019: We booked for Saturday lunch having been turned away on a previous occasion when most tables were taken up by a large party. It’s a relatively short menu complemented by a small table blackboard announcing the soup of the day and a plate of locally sourced charcuterie (choices listed on the reverse) with cheese salad, cornichons and focaccia, a sort of variant upon a ploughman’s lunch explained the waitress. Rather looking for a sharing plate of charcuterie to start I ordered instead a game terrine which was served with toast and a dollop of chutney on top. This came at the same time as my daughter’s fish and chips and peas from the bespoke children’s menu. And a very superior fish and chips it was too both the crunchy batter on the fish and the chips perfectly cooked. So impressive was it my wife was pleased in advance she had ordered an adult portion as her main which came with a sophisticated swirl of mushy peas. The piece de resistance, however, was probably my chunky fillet of hale wrapped in pancetta on a potato cake swimming in a creamy sauce with sundried tomato and samphire. A truly classy dish. A 175ml glass of Pinot Grigio competitively priced at £4.75 complimented this nicely. Double espressos came with crunchy Italian biscotti.

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