Comfort Inn Arundel
Arundel, EN BN17 7QQ
Phone: (44) 1903 840840
Fax: (44) 1903 849849
The Fountain is truly ancient in every sense of the word; part of the Roman Walls still run through the establishment. This centrally located pub also was once the family home of Britain's most celebrated author, H.G Wells. Families with children can indulge in a courtyard Sunday lunch with generous servings of traditional English delicacies like Roast Chicken and Pork. Jazz nights on Fridays and quiz nights on Thursdays see a full house as well. Groups can even take one of the private rooms at no extra cost! Come to The Fountain for some rustic English charm, you won't leave disappointed.
What is now known as the Fountain Inn was originally built as a farm house in the 16th Century, near the village pond. The original building had a timber-framed facade and a tiled roof. An extension, made of brick with a slate roof, was added in the 19th Century and the facade was replaced by a new Georgian style facade. The cozy traditional English pub ambiance makes this a perfect setting for a casual family meal or celebration. The menu features dishes prepared with seasonal produce from the inn's garden and local suppliers, while the bar offers a wide variety of wines and ales, both local and national. The bar is open from 11a to 11p from Monday to Saturday and from noon to 10:30p on Sundays. They also have a room available on rent for various occasions. The inn itself hosts a number of regular events. The English Heritage has deemed the building as being of architectural and historical importance, making this little village inn a must visit if you are in the region.
Hangleton Manor Inn is the cozy restaurant in the ancient village of Hangleton. The bar and restaurant is located in a manor house, and the restaurant and the rumored to be cursed dovecote are assigned the Grade II listed status. If vegetarian, the restaurant never disappoints as it has many vegan options available. The site is surrounded by extensive gardens and living cottages around it, so that the wholesome meal is enjoyed with a scenic view. Visit the website for more.
Zamdani can be found on the corner of Church Road and Sackville Road, five minutes' walk from the King Alfred Leisure Centre. The restaurant is very spacious, bright and modern with wicker tables and chairs. Although the menu is already varied, the chef will create any dish that is not listed. Those of you who like to order off-menu know who you are. It is useful to know that GM ingredients are not used in this restaurant.
Karim's, in West Hove is a perennial winner of best curry house by the Curry Club. Karim's can certainly be recommended for clean, fresh surroundings and delicious food. Walls are a lively bright yellow and tableware is smart. Modern jazz music replaces traditional Indian sounds. The menu is varied but perhaps a little pricey. Starters such as Aloo Pakora and try the hot and dry Vegetable Ceylon or the Salmon Palak served with a hot orange and ginger sauce, pilaf and wild rice. Accompany your meal with chilli naan bread. All meals are beautifully presented and are of excellent quality.
The Forager is one of the city's oldest watering holes and also one of its most popular. An extremely clean and hygienic bar, the ambiance at Forager is inviting and since the products are locally sourced, the food is extremely fresh. Unlike most British pubs, it caters pretty well to vegetarian customers as they have a decent choice to choose from. For those who love meat, be sure to try out the beef here. Forager has acoustic instruments, slot machines and music as well, though which is barely audible with all buzzing conversations around.
Perfect for a business lunch, afternoon break or candlelit dinner, this spacious restaurant is a firm favorite with all ages. Staff are friendly and take real pleasure in serving locals and visitors. Appetizers and mains span the usual range of Italian favourites. Specialties include steaks and veal dishes. Desserts feature a delicious Zabaglione which serves two. For the children, a "bambinos" menu is available too.
Situated in Hove since the mid 1990s, this restaurant is a popular pizza and pasta house with locals. Large and spacious, Orsino benefited from a recent renovation. It's always has a fun atmosphere suited for everyone. During the daytime, pop in for cocktails, coffee, cakes or light lunches. In the evening a huge menu offers a wide range of delicious choices. Main dishes such as salads, pizzas, pasta, grills and seafood are reasonably priced.
China Hins aims to offer the best in Chinese cuisine as well as excellent service and value for money. A long but narrow interior, complete with tasteful decor, reflects the Chinese theme. Starters like the steamed king prawns with dip is a huge favorite. A large choice of poultry, beef, pork, lamb, duck, seafood, chop suey (beansprout) dishes and curries offers something for everybody.
This well-established restaurant has been in existence since 1977. Recent refurbishment now allows seating for up to 150 curry eaters. The Ashoka is well-decorated and smart with a pleasant atmosphere. The traditional, yet extensive, menu offers a good selection of vegetarian and meat options and a choice of fish dishes. Although this restaurant is slightly more expensive than some of the others in this area, the excellent service contributes towards an enjoyable eating experience. The restaurant is "allergy aware" and will prepare meals to customer requirements.
Los Amigos serves fine Latin food. There's seating for over 70 and the setting is smart but laid back and lively. Be sure to book at weekends as there is live music and a real party atmosphere. A good selection of beers, wines and cocktails are on offer. The menu is huge and making a decision might take a while. Options are plentiful for veggies and meat eaters alike. Paella for up to four can be ordered but allow half an hour for preparation. So stop by for some Latino punch while in Brighton!
It wouldn't be an exaggeration to say that this inn has been serving patrons for the past few centuries now. A recipient of the “A. A. Best Country Pubs for Food” award and the “Cask Marque Award”, this place doesn't fail to satisfy patrons. Feast on delectable items like the Prime Local English T-Bone Steak and others. Vegan and gluten free items are also available. Watch out for the latest specials on their website. Go ahead and take your pick.