Pub looked lovely on arrival, unfortunately once inside on a weekday evening for dinner it didn’t have a nice atmosphere.we were sat in bar area due to having a dog and the table next to us were drunk and extremely loud. We couldnt have a conversation with eachother and there was a lot of swearing and felt intimidating.they had been asked to lower down a bit but the group loudly laughed it off. The food was standard, 2 of our group had lasagne which didn’t taste great, was more like cottage pie with cheese on top lacking flavour. Once the group had left we did enjoy puddings and was more of what we expected from a village pub. Bartenders were nice and a shame it was others that made the evening not so nice for us all.
Lovely place to stay. Relaxed atmosphere,and parking round the back of property Room was clean,small,but fine for 2 of us.with everything you need...kettle,tea coffee. Etc Friendly ,helpful staff. Amazing breakfast,cooked by a lovely chef who makes you feel more than welcome. Lovely food in evening. Good customer service,and fair prices. Will definitely return.
We must have had the smallest room - ever. Would be too small for one person let alone two. No hanging space - nothing. But it was clean enough. 3 days was about the limit for the room. Even with the covid rules based nonsense the staff managed to be smily and poilite. breakfast was nice and food too. Location is quiet and if it is too quiet the pub closes early. We used as a base for Goodwood and the Witterings.
My daughter and her husband came to visit. The first time I had seen them since last year. Having recently moved to the area I booked a table.for 4 for 7pm. We arrived on time were shown to our table. It was busy but there were a lot of staff. We ordered our drink and meal. One hour later our food arrived. I had sea bass which was one tiny fillet, skin not browned and one side hard and dehydrated. The crushed.new potatoes had more skin than mash. My.husband orderd calfs liver.from the specials board. At £17.00 we expected some wonderful food. It was very.overcooked and the bacon was hard and inedible. Also on the order was special pasta, again over cooked, hard ravioli and scalding hot with black burnt.cheese. the steak pie was black and burnt. What should have been a joyous evening ended up a disaster. No way to encourage customers back. When we spoke fo the waitress, her comment was I will tell the chef. Food should never be served to.customers in that.state.…
Just reopened, after the lock down and a complete refurbishment, we were delighted with the friendly and efficient service of Chloe and her colleagues. Popular with locals and visitors, the Robin Hood has a cosy bar, a more spacious restaurant and a terrace overlooking the green. We ate fresh asparagus and local fish. Best to book.