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Ship Inn, Southwick

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user reviews of the Ship Inn, Southwick

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Really nicy, cosy little place - made so by the owner, his staff anf the friendly customers. Don't come this way much so not tried the food but it certainly smells good. A range of 4 real ales - all on top form.
THATOLDMAN - 10 Jan 2012 13:02
Smashing little boozer very much in the traditional style. Good range of beers (the HSB is very palatable) and a tempting lunchtime menu. I love the place.
REVERENDBAZ - 9 Aug 2011 08:03
Probably the best pub in the area. Cosy, friendly and, as it's a freehouse, a great selection of reasonably priced drinks. Including Crabbies. I like.
asasin - 8 Apr 2010 18:43
Well, I've tried the salt beef lunch. The beef was good, the gravy possibly the richest I've ever had, but then we come to, what I assume, were the vegetables. Not sure I have the vocabulary to describe them. How many days had they been cooking? Is it possible something can be so bad as to be good? A conundrum indeed.
Anyway still an amazingly cosy pub. Perhaps I should try the bacon pie ...
vikingjoe - 1 Sep 2009 08:39
Possibly the cosiest pub in the world - and salt beef lunches.
vikingjoe - 28 Aug 2009 09:37
not a bad little pub
alf123 - 22 Aug 2009 16:50
was ok but the rose wine was more like a fruit drink.wasnt that welcoming
braemar - 23 May 2009 14:07
Daffodils all over the bar for St. David's Day. Not that there was any Welshmen around as far as I could work out.
Perseus - 3 Mar 2008 00:21
best pub in Southwick by far! A real old fashined quirky pub interesting beers, interesting food and interesting people. Thanks
sweeny8000 - 23 Feb 2008 14:07
Friendlist "real" pub in the area. Addlestones Cider and real beers. Two bars. Small, low ceiling. Attractive decor. Coal or wood fire some winter evenings.
Perseus - 28 Jan 2008 22:59
The Ship is the only 'real' pub in the area, very friendly and with a good rang of beers, and other drinks at reasonable prices. It is often refered to as the 'Office' as it is a meeting place for many people after work.

The lunchtime food is excelent and really home cooked for a change. No food on Sundays but 'nibbles' on the bar.

Be careful though, you may go in for a 'quick one' and end up staying until closing!

By the way check their 'thought of the day' board outside.
Philsy - 25 Jan 2008 09:41
Quite a surprise to find a pub with such interesting beer in this location. Very lively atmosphere at the time of my visit at 3pm on a Sunday. Friendly landlord.
southdown12jack - 31 Jul 2006 16:22
Good estate local with friendly atmosphere. Railway atation within staggering distance!
Darryl - 5 Sep 2004 14:26

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