Tuesday to Friday 12pm - 3pm / 5:30pm - 10:0pm
Saturday 12pm - 10:00pm
Sunday 12pm - 7:00 pm
Highstreet, Southwick, Hampshire,Po17 6eb
All our food is prepared on site by hand, to order in our award winning kitchen.
We source the best local ingredients and seasonal produce from accredited suppliers to help support our local economy.
Food severed Tuesday - Sunday
You can view our menu online by clicking on one of the links below.
To book a table its best to call us on 02392 210437.
Or you can send a booking request on the form below. Please include as much detail as possible - date, time, number of people, any dietary requirements etc and we'll get back to you as soon as possible to confirm.
Please note tables and times are not guaranteed until confirmed.
Food severed Tuesday - Sunday
Historic Pub We had our dinner in this lovely quaint historical Pub. the food was excellent, hot and portions were perfect. This Pub was famous for the meeting of the SHAEF leaders Eisenhower & Montgomery.
Great landlord and food Had a great meal one evening here. Met the landlord and he was very friendly and welcoming. Would definitely recommend this place for a nice escape
Drove past this for years! Decided to call in for a pint Popped up to Southwick with a friend. Just had a pint, but we were captivated by the friendly atmosphere of the place!
There was a band on - nothing too noisy, just good quality jazz.
Had a long chat with the head chef, Sonny - resulting in a promise to return to sample the delights of his cooking
Watch this space
Dinner A lovely dinner, food amazing, welcome immensely warm and service just right. A charming country pub which deserves highest praise. Thank for a relaxing evening which will be remembered for a long time.
Great food well executed and delicious We visited with friends and from the moment we walked into the building we felt comfortable and very welcome. Friendly knowledgable waitress was very helpful. Our table was laid and ready for us to be seated. Between us we had a good assortment of food from the menu including an amuse busch, starters, Mains and a cheeseboard each to finish. Cheeseboard has to be ordered at the start of the meal to allow the cheeses to reach the optimum temperature to consume. Everything was extremely well cooked and presented. With all ingredients sourced locally the food is truly delicious. It is not the run of the mill menu and there are a number of pleasant suprises on the menu including seaweed ( not the shredded cabbage that Chinese restaurants pass as seaweed) samphire, locally sourced meat fish and vegetables.The wine menu compliments the food wonderfully. with wines, champagnes and local craft beers amongst the choices. We will certainly be back soon to sample more of the wonderful food on this menu.This is certainly more than common pub grub.
Lunchtime Visit - Fabulous! Excellent Lunchtime Menu & Food. Friendly & attentive staff , all following COVID guidelines. Nothing was too much trouble. Highly Recommended 5*
Lovely Lunch We called in for lunch on the way home from Portsmouth. We have stopped in in the past, but only for drinks. The Covid situation means everything is a little different, but the staff are doing what they can to keep things as normal as possible. Due to the need for extra space between customers there are only a few tables in the bar area, but there is now a large marquee outside with ample tables. We had a small ploughman's, tandoori chicken sandwich and a small/children's burger for food, all if which were really tasty. The XXX dark pale ale was very nice too. Yes things took a bit longer than normal, but the food was very nice and the staff were engaging, chatty and friendly. Personally I'd much rather be supporting a local independent pub than one of the huge pub chains, especially when it's a pub as good as this one.
Great food. Friendly staff Lovely food. Beautiful pub. Friendly staff. Popular place to eat so better book in advance. Recommend to also visit the brewery next door
Fantastic! We have only ever popped in here for a quick drink in the past, but some friends took us here for dinner recently. We'll definitely be back again!
A very friendly welcome, great food and a lovely ambience, plus it's easy to park outside on the road.
A good lunch at a historic pub with D-Day links The Golden Lion coped well with serving lunch on a busy Saturday when there were a number of weddings in the village church, and one wedding reception in the pub itself.
We managed to book, and service was surprisingly quick and friendly, given the very large number of wedding guests in the pub. A fine selection of beers on draught, and a pleasant atmosphere (with historic D-Day links, in a picturesque village). Plenty of parking in the pub car park or in the village high street. Leek, shiitake mushroom and ricotta tart (veggie option) was very good; fish and chips was well-presented, but “good” rather than “gourmet”. The main feature of the dessert menu is an excellent selection of ice creams and local cheeses. Yum.
Well recommended. Return visit likely!