Once again we’ve had a lovely Sunday roast at the Cathedral Cafe. Friendly staff and tasty home made food
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We went for Sunday lunch. The good was lovely. Freshly cooked and choice of 2 roast joints, a fish dish (salmon) and a vegetarian choice. Good selection of vegetables. Does tend to get busy after the cathedral service has finished (12ish) so get there early...More
A perfectly lovely place to have lunch in Chichester. The stuffed auburgines with ratatouille were gorgeous, served with an assortment of seasonal veg, and very reasonable. Head to the Bishops garden behind to walk off your huge lunch or sit and have a read!
The Cloisters cafe serves good reasonably priced food in a peaceful location. Dogs are welcome in the cloisters.
It might have got a 5 if it was not a modern carbuncle set amidst such gorgeous and elegant episcopal surroundings. We visited on a Sunday, and there was a queue, presumably of churchgoers, ready to tuck in to a carvery lunch. Pork and turkey...More
Visited for lunch. Excellent meal prepared from fresh ingredients and cooked in a real kitchen (easily seen) unlike the typical and hidden microwave array in pubs and eateries. Buffet servery. Good range of soft drinks too. Unique location and surroundings.
Lovely little cafe with a very relaxing outdoor seating area. Good selection of savoury and sweet. Would definitely visit again. It's a great place to unwind during a hectic shopping trip
A small cafe right next to the cathedral which has a reasonable buffet and nice outside seating where you can enjoy the good weather and the peace. Food is pretty good - soup served in huge portions and a decent selection of sandwiches and hot...More
We visited after a tour of great cathedral. We wanted a drink and a light bite, so we ordered two coffees, one scone with jam and cream, and an Eccles cake. Service was prompt and friendly and the staff were all excellent. Coffee was good...More