Where to eat

Despite being famished, before stopping at The Pass for a burger, I wandered up to Charlie Harpers to see what they were offering on their specials board.

[Edit] 11/05/2020 There has been a change of Chef at Charlie Harpers and with it the menu. Lunch is more quiche, pasta and chicken with cream teas, a little later in the day. Still good but different. 

Crispy belly of pork served with black pudding mash, apple cider and thyme jus, green beans and bacon.

More than enough to get me to a table and take out the newspaper.

Charlie Harpers is one of the best casual day restaurants in Chichester. Their specials board always offers something of interest at very affordable prices.

But it’s the Mexican burger at the Pass Street Food Cafe that I do more often than not. It is a rare pleasure to be served something bursting with flavour that needs no seasoning.

Again value for money.

The only restaurant where I order a burger. They also do a monthly special which is always ‘different’.

These two along with and De Levante in St Pancras are worth trying as is Crispins, St Martins Organic Coffee and the Exclusive Cakes & Vintage Tearoom.

 

2 Replies to “Where to eat”

  1. There is a new Chef at Charlie Harpers. Don’t think they do the hash brunch any longer. Generally it’s a quiche, pasta dishes and cream teas.

    1. Woodies is another where there has been a change of Chef. A pity I used to enjoy the brunch special at Charlie Harpers. Haven’t been for awhile.

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