A delightful, very old pub set in the beautiful village of Southwick. I was with a group of 18 walkers and we ate here yesterday. I was very impressed. The service was great from a very nice fella (the owner I think) who seemed to be doing all the serving completely on his own. The menu was extremely varied and good value. The presentation was also superb. Home made fishcakes, Fish & chips, A superb salad nicoise with a whole tuna steak perfectly cooked. PLUS a whole lot more on the extensive menu.. I had the salad nicoise and my only criticism would be that there was far too much dressing on it and would suggest the dressing should be served in a small side jug. One other person who had the same agreed with me. A superb touch were the real linen napkins in their napkin rings. We all ate outside under an awning -it was such a hot day and it was a thoroughly enjoyable lunch. The service was very good and unobtrusive. The pub does a draught cider and several different beers. There's a large garden area and what looks to be a stage in the garden. Generally I think they only open Fri. Sat & Sunday lunchtimes . Plus of course evenings. The salad dressing issue only have stopped me giving it a 5!
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