The Bent Arms, Lindfield - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12132) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
Brewery: Hall and Woodhouse
- Food served, Real ale
- Outside seating, Dogs allowed, Children allowed, Credit cards accepted, Car park, Function room for hire, Accommodation available
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|Has had a refurbishment and is looking much lighter. The menu has also had an overhaul, there are lunchtime deals to be had and the food is very good, Sunday lunches remain huge with home made bread rolls. The bear is still in residence.|
c_and_j - 16 Mar 2014 20:37
|Thanks to a road diversion on our way back from camping yesterday, we were lucky to find this traditional and historic pub with home cooked food. We sat in the beautiful garden to eat and drink and this experience finished our holiday off a treat. The food is exceptional and all home cooked. We enjoy home cooked food and can be very fussy when eating out. I can honestly say, this is the best pub lunch, if not meal, that we have had out in a long long time! Such good value as well. We only wish we lived nearer to it, as we would become regulars! The fillet steak sandwich (homemade bread), chips, salad, homemade coleslaw and cous cous salad was our choice..... tasty and plenty of it.....just superb! Hope to pop in again one day soon. |
3110michaela - 19 Jul 2013 10:53
|Slowest bar service in the history of ale. Food is ok but portion size is not always on a pr with price. Standard Hall and Woodhouse ale on tap and in bottles. Needs to try harder.|
workhard - 29 Apr 2013 17:40
|I remember the place before that pole was installed, it's all 1980s artificial beams in the that part. |
Three quid wanted for a bowl of chips! Had a brie & grape salad there a few weeks back, miniscule amount of brie. Oh for the old days and the spit roasts for £4.50 and and the seafood platter for £6 which included half a lobster. I only go in to say hello to the bear and have a swift drink now.
c_and_j - 9 Sep 2012 20:48
|This pub is, quite frankly, odd. It's very dark and dingy and there's a metal pole in the middle of the bar area which appears to be supporting the ceiling. Beers are all Hall & Woodhouse type stuff so if you like that, then fine, but if you like nice beer, not so good. There are better pubs in this village.|
chimpboy - 30 Aug 2012 13:39
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