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Earl of March
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Address: Lavant Road, Lavant, Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 0BQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29221) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras


Nearest train stations Fishbourne (2.6 miles), Chichester (2.6 miles), Bosham (3.6 miles)

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Royal Oak, East Lavant (0.4 miles), Happy Medium, Chichester (1.8 miles), Bell Inn, Chichester (1.8 miles), Hope, Chichester (1.9 miles), George and Dragon Inn, Chichester (1.9 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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Visited last night. had to sit outside for covid restrictions. Lovely views towards Goodwood racecourse. Good pint of Harveys.

FOOD - Top up before you go. Miniscule portions set in the middle of massive plates.
The main course was the size of a starter.
Had to pop into the local garage to fill myself up with some chocolate bars on the way home.
Very very expensive - poor value for money.
flagship - 1 May 2021 13:19
Visited the pub over Christmas with my wife and kids around 5pm and was sad to be sat near two middle aged couples in bad shirts effing and blinding. I asked them politely to stop swearing, especially as we were with our kids but was invited to go outside and sort it out with a fight. I was guaranteed it would all end wrong for me. Anyway I decided to leave without even finishing my drinks. The staff did nothing about it. The manager did nothing either, in spite of me calling later on. This pub is basically a hot spot for chav wannabees who think they are one notch above the Bognor crowd. I recommend the nearby Royal Oak for a proper Goodwood experience without the pikeys. Shame, if they got a doorman with a pair of nuts to chuck the pr1cks out I would give it a 10.
miggyo - 5 Jan 2013 22:20
...... �5.00 for a pint of San Miguel.
starquake - 23 Jul 2012 14:29
Very enjoyable visit, the nice sunny day helped as we sat outside. No complaints as far as the meals were concerned - all very good and nicely cooked/presented.

The staff were ok, friendly enough. It is fairly pricey but I thought it was well worth it as it was a nice atmosphere and the food was good.
bretty - 11 May 2010 14:39
Basically a restaurant with a pub bar, young shiny staff provide an open plan dining service experience in shiny leather and light oak surroundings - pricier than average - fish test - i.e. when i order a bass is it the fillet for �12-�15 or the whole fish, alas it was the fillet - cash cow enterprise - but if you want to enjoy a beer and good food and dont care for pub pleasantries go for it. garden is welcome in summer, fairly busy road setting...
parmantom - 24 Oct 2009 14:07

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