The Lamb has been a popular Pagham pub for a few hundred years. Built in the seventeenth century there is plenty of that traditional pub feeling with open fire and chunky oak beams. The area boasts a sublime stretch of coast, the historic City of Chichester and of course, the charming village of Pagham. The Lamb boasts a fine selection of ales, wines and spirits, fabulous pub grub in the bar area and tasty, home made gastro-food in the 70 seat restaurant.
The Griffin Inn is an inn with a fantastic atmosphere comprising delicious locally sourced food, finest real local ales, a renowned wine list, roaring log fires, stunning garden views and thirteen beautiful individually designed bedrooms. The Griffin Inn is a proper local pub with a truly authentic feel that is matched by few other establishments. http://thegriffininn.co.uk/
When in Brighton... The Jolly Poacher is well worth visiting - run by head chef Anthony Burns and manager Kirsten Wass - serving good quality food using fresh, seasonal ingredients in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. There is a pretty south facing terrace during the summer months or you can cosy down in front of the open fires as the evenings draw in in colder days. http://www.thejollypoacher.com/
Chilli and lime king prawns atThe Shakespeare Pub Bristol
Oxfordshire Pub, Restaurant and Accommodation at The Killingworth Castle near Woodstock.The restaurant was included in the Sunday Telegraph‘s 2013 list of top 500 eateries in the UK and was named ‘Restaurant of the Year’ 2013 and ‘Pub of the Year’ 2014 by the Oxford Times