Right at South Downs National Park, Halnaker’s The Anglesey Arms is a pub and restaurant that serves classic British cooking made fresh and from time-honoured traditional recipes. This fantastic pub in the historic hamlet of Halnaker is popular among Chichester residents and visitors alike, and with a menu curated by chefs Emma Morphy and Robbie Small, you’ll enjoy some of the best cuisine the area has to offer. Dive into British classics, healthy organic dishes and foods that are inspired by countries across the globe. Just remember to book your table in advance to avoid missing out at The Anglesey Arms in Halnaker.
Situated along the A285 motorway at the edge of South Down National Park, The Anglesey Arms is a charming gastropub set in the Chichester countryside that prides itself on time-honoured British classics dished out with a generous dose of hospitality. With chefs Emma Morphy and Robbie Small running the kitchen at this Halnaker gem, you know you can count on your plate being freshly prepared with local and organic produce of the highest quality. Fans travel from all over the area to get a bite to eat over at The Anglesey Arms – this is one restaurant that’s worth making an extra trip for!
For starters, the sriracha grilled king prawns served with mango salsa is a must-have, followed by an exquisite main of dressed Selsey crab with buttered new potatoes and salad in a basil and garlic dressing. Want to make the good times last? Don’t forget to order an extensive charcuterie platter of salami, chorizo, Serrano ham, marinated olives, artichokes and warm ciabatta to share with your friends – washed down with only the finest cask ales worthy of The Anglesey Arms’ Cask Marque accreditation. Open for lunch and dinner, The Anglesey Arms is known to fill up fast, so reserving ahead is always recommended when planning to dine at this local Halnaker spot.
Returned here for a second dinner as we are staying in the guest house 5 minutes away. It was my birthday so we had a great meal, plenty of choice.
Lovely meal, pleasant setting. A good choice of starters and main courses.
I wanted to book a table for our family of 11 for a typical Sunday Lunch I was advised to go to Angelsea Arms. We couldn't have been more looked after for a group of 6 adults 5 small kids and a dog. The food was great.