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The Partridge Inn, Singleton - pub details

Address: Singleton Lane, Singleton, Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 0EY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 26036) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 7.1/10 (rated by 15 users)
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Fox Goes Free, Charlton (0.6 miles), Star and Garter, East Dean (1.7 miles)

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Met at this pub at lunchtime before spending the afternoon at the Wealds and Downlands Museum which is just down the road.
We were greeted by a friendly team of staff which made us very welcome, including the dog. The beer Castle Rock Harvest Pale was in excellent condition and the food was very good. We were so impressed by our experience that we returned later for an evening meal which could not be faulted. Well worth a visit.
saltythesealion - 8 Jun 2017 19:36
Visited 3rd July beers on offer Harveys Best ,Otter and Doombar .Stowford Press ,Peroni and a couple of others .Myself and my companion ate and the Food was good and value for Money.Pleasent staff who even bought beer to your Table.Splendid beer garden on a hot summers evening.
lowerbourneshot - 7 Jul 2015 08:38
A very 'pleasant pheasant' set in a pretty village at the foot of the South Downs midway between Chichester and Midhurst and convenient for the nearby Weald & Downland Open Air Museum and for the Goodwood Horse Racing and Motor Racing circuits. Popular with walkers. Good space inside and large garden with trestle tables when the weather is fine. Reasonable pub menu (which I didn't try) and rather over-priced Fullers Ales. Less pretentious than the 'Fox Runs Free' at nearby Charlton.
snosnikrap - 7 Sep 2013 18:39
Pretty pub, mediocre choice of drinks, poor food. Steak, mushroom & ale pie had 3 pieces of meat and should have been called mushroom pie - came in a dish with a puff pastry lid, something I haven't seen since the 80s. My partners scallops were very overcooked as were the vegetables. Chips were good but overall very disappointed - pub food has advanced so much & I felt this place was in a time warp. We were very hungry so ate & left - probably should've sent meal back. Will not return.
jimmydog - 7 Nov 2011 18:41
A real gem accidently found on our way to the Weald Museum. Couldn't fault any aspect of the place. The roast partridge (Had to have it really) was superb as was my wife's venison stew. The normal menu is fairly bog standard but the specials board is the star of the show. Yes it is a bit pricier than most but you definitely get what you pay for. We were there at lunchtime but I would imagine that an evening meal there would be something really special. Just wish it was closer to home.
REVERENDBAZ - 10 Oct 2010 17:25

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