The Nags Head, Chichester - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2506) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served
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Eastgate, Chichester (0.1 miles), Bush Inn, Chichester (0.1 miles), Bull Inn, Chichester (0.1 miles), Coach and Horses, Chichester (0.1 miles), La Havana Bar, Chichester (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|I love this pub! We go here regularly for just drinks or to eat. The food is to die for especially the carvery and the service is always good even when they're busy. We have our Christmas do here every year and even with our table which is about 50 they do a really good job.|
JuneChichester - 23 Jun 2013 18:00
|Pricey and massively variable service. A curious combination of carvery-crazed diners in one room, rowdy footy boys in the next and the local deadbeats at the bar.|
boozerbill - 2 Sep 2012 20:14
|Following a disappointing visit in May, we returned. My daughter is local and said she'd had a nice meal there.|
The change in the staff was exceptional! Service was excellent and the food was good.
We did think it was a bit pricey, £6 for a desert but the place was full and it's an affluent area. The football crowd watching the widescreen stopped us going to the bar. Had a pint of Summer Lightning and it was good.
Well done for the improvement to service!
Zumo - 26 Aug 2012 10:42
|Passing through Chichester,stopped at random for a drink and food. Barman was indifferent when I asked if we could sit anywhere. "Wait and a young lady will show you a table" Stood at the bar for 5 minutes and no came. We then saw a sign saying "Wait here to be seated" Two minutes later we were still there and the place only had about 8 diners in. A chap who seemed to be the Chef came up and was friendly,saying that we could sit anywhere. Sitting at the table for 5 minutes, no one came to us so we upped and left. |
Had an excellent meal at the India Gate next door. Thoroughly professional staff in there and a good meal but alas, no ales.
Very poor, the Nags Head.
Zumo - 2 May 2012 13:39
|The pub looks to be in basically original condition with stained and frosted glass in the screens and windows. Reasonably comfortable in main lounge. A good choice of real ales but no unusual ones. The restaurant had a carvery which was good value and the turkey was excellent. However it was very noisy and reminded of a medival banquet! As soon as we finished the food we left, to give our ears a rest.|
boozers_knows - 21 Jun 2008 16:22
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