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Nice to see it is still a proper pub but with excellent food as a bonus.
Very good food indeed. Toilets need an update. Atmosphere friendly
One of our party was 80 years old. He only wanted soup. He said it was very good two others had only one coarse. Welsh Welsh rarebit which they said was great. Other had ham egg and ham bubble and squeak which he really enjoyed. I had whitebait starter then crispy beef salad a little to sweet but good. We were very satisfied.
What a lovely country pub on a sunny summers day
Sat outside in the sun. Landlord had reserved tables for us and put up a sun unbrella. Got drinks from bar and then landlord brought over menus and in our own time took our order. All arrived just as we had requested as we had to accommodate the impatience of a 5 and 7 Yr old. All delicious. Big bonus to have a big garden for the children to play in without having to worry about them. The landlord was excellent and could not have been more helpful. A really family friendly pub highly recommend it.
I brought some tired and hungry colleagues for supper who had just flown in from the States. We were looked after from the moment we walked through the door, with a suggestion we stay in the bar by the fire. The service was equally warm, the menu was great and our questions all answered cheerfully. Thank you so much for your warm welcome, flexibility re wine and delicious food. The perfect first night - will be tough to beat!
We were there on a very busy Saturday (Goodwood Revival), so expected things to be hectic. In fact, we were pleasantly surprised! Despite the numbers of people in the garden, the service in the restaurant was good. On the whole we were happy with the food. I was slightly disappointed with the dressed crab. It came in a large crab shell, with some firm white meat, but there was a sloppy consistency to the rest, which seemed to indicate it had been "thinned down".
We had an excellent meal at The Anglesey Arms. The day was beautiful and we enjoyed eating lunch in the pub's lovely garden. Will certainly be going on a return trip!
Very relaxed pub, with some good food. Would really recommend the baked Camembert. Really polite and helpful staff, who went above and beyond expectations to make our evening really nice. Including arranging a lift for us back to the place we were staying at, when there were no taxis available.
It was a beautiful day so probably unexpectedly busy. However service was patchy, often left waiting as if forgotten. Weren't accepting card payment but not pre-warned although had our contact as had booked ahead. Luckily had enough cash. Sunday roast was nice, good portion of meat but distinct lack of vegetables. Puddings on the expensive side at £6.50. The 'ladies' was dated and room not clean. Only one toilet so a queue. Prefer other places