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Bull's Head, Chichester

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user reviews of the Bull's Head, Chichester

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Like a lot of pubs in the Sussex sticks this place hasn't really changed since Thatcher was PM. It's fine though. Beer's ok and popular with the over 70s...
boozerbill - 2 Sep 2012 19:51
Well kept fullers ales served by cheerful effecient staff. Excellent home cooked food.8/10.
roselily - 28 Jun 2012 20:41
Going back a few years now, but visited here with the Horsham team for bar billiards: our captain worked his charm on the landlady and we got a lock in ! Really friendly pub with a great atmosphere.
tommo5 - 12 Aug 2011 20:20
Went there with some friends/family on Boxing Day for lunch. Food was very, very good and reasonably priced so wouldn't hesitate to eat there again. There were four proper beers on offer (memorably ESB & L.Pride) but I wasn't drinking coz it was too early for me, that and the fact that it's one of those old boozers with beams you keep bumping your head on! The pub's in a picturesque setting. Behind it there's a duck pond and some twittens (that's 'alleys' to you Londoners) if you fancy a walk before/after eating.
de101 - 29 Dec 2009 13:22
nice pub and when sitting outside was nice.but was know where to sit inside as was fully booked for meals.but they should study there punters as well
braemar - 27 Jun 2009 21:14
Make the most of the lovely barn next to the pub - it's being turned into accommodation at the beginning of November.
Apparently they've got Bob Brozman playing ther on October 25, and boogie-woogie piano maestro - and now Chuck Berry's sideman - Ben Waters on October 31st.
trikemaniac - 17 Oct 2008 19:28
I was very impressed with this place. The ales drop out of barrels on the bar back, and were all very good. I had a good chat with the staff, and learnt a bit about poker, which they seem to take very seriously. Will vist again.
bradwan - 7 Sep 2008 21:40
The surly geezer's still there but he loves his live music and keeps his beer well, and the lunchtime sandwiches are good value.
Local promoters Roots Around the World have started presenting regular live music in the low slung atmospheric barn with international roots musicians.
trikemaniac - 28 May 2008 16:48
Excellent well-kept beers. Occasional and surprisingly eclectic live music in the adjacent barn.
Good food too !
trikemaniac - 29 Oct 2007 19:31
I have visited three times in the last 2 months and also found a surly gent behind the bar. The bar ladies are a lot friendlier. Food is good, and the beers OK, so not much to complain about.
Potbelly - 6 Jul 2007 10:53
The landlord's a little surly but the beer's good. Was Gales, now (of course) Fuller's.
Phmoo - 6 Jun 2007 15:35
A young person's pub, with live DJs and some comfortable seating. Ask for a pint of San Miguel with lime, because that's the best beer there. And look out for the DJs Richard Hughes and Jeremy Parkinson (usually on a Wednesday): eclectic, outstanding and generally top notch.
Ben - 28 Jan 2003 15:47

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