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The Old Cross, Chichester - pub details

Old Cross

Address: 65 North Street, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1LP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29465) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Chichester (0.5 miles), Fishbourne (1.8 miles), Bosham (3.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.6/10 (rated by 15 users)
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Quite busy and had a good atmosphere although my pint wasn't the best I have ever tasted. Staff welcoming and friendly.
Pcorn67 - 28 Mar 2015 03:26
Reasonable enough pint of Black Sheep Best Bitter quaffed here, £3.35 pint mind, 6/10
fat_beer_badger - 9 Sep 2012 15:53
Popped into The Old Cross to have lunch today. It was served very promptly by obliging and pleasant staff. It was very tasty.

Excellent choice on the menu and wide variety of drinks available. The pub was clean, as were the toiletds and glasses knives and forks.

I look forward to going back there!!
chi_retiree - 13 Oct 2011 20:17
This looks like a fantastic old pub from the outside, and is conveniently situated right on the High Street. Inside itís a bit disappointing though. Itís obviously part of a large chain with various corporate menuís and notices around the place and with itís wooden panelling and leather sofaís has the feel in some places of a hotel lounge bar rather than a pub.

Although it is presumably a genuinely old building it must have at some time in the past lost all itís original internal features, and thereís been a pathetic attempt to recreate them. The fake wooden beams are bad enough, but have a look at the black wooden lintel above the alcove on the left of the pub. Here youíll find stuck on plastic mouldings that are supposed to resemble the carvings that you would get on an old fire place or the like. But they just look as though someoneís thrown Yorkshire puddings at it. The fact that the middle one has fallen off and just left an imprint where it used to be is even worse. Itís almost worth a trip in to the pub just so you can have a laugh.

Clearly the locals are wise to the fake nature of this pub, and on a recent Monday night visit we were the only people in there until a couple of others wandered in to enquire whether they were actually open or not. The barmaid was fairly disinterested (understandable, perhaps) and bizarrely served a port in a straight glass like you would get a lemonade in. Whatís that about?

Beers on offer were Spitfire, Adnams Broadside and Greene King IPA. The only cider was Strongbow unfortunately.

Blackthorn - 1 Apr 2010 11:04
Popped in yesterday evening and was suprised to look around and see 3 other people in the bar ordered a large bacardi and coke and a fosters and didnt see much change out of a tenner served by a polite young women but at the prices they charge in here i could see why the place was empty wont be rushing back for a while
superseagulls - 8 Jan 2010 11:31

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