Set against the picturesque backdrop of Goodwood and the South Downs, the Earl of March is a country pub restaurant in the village of Lavant near Chichester, West Sussex. It was taken over in July 2007 by Giles Thompson the former Executive Head Chef of the Ritz Hotel London. His passion for quality food means The Earl of March serves freshly prepared seasonal food from local produce, a selection of local real ales and a cellar of quality wines. All to be enjoyed in the comfort of the refurbished interior with its sumptuous leather sofas and its open wood fire.
by Gary R on 24 May 2019
Great food, great service!
by Gary R on 17 May 2019
Fantastic meal using the Travel Zoo Vouchers (I do like to spoil my wife) and the service was very good too. the only criticism would be the waitress placing our drinks glasses on the table and managing to spill my beer and then leaving a wet table and hooking the top of her finger to the inside of my wife's glass. that said I would definitely return again.
by Mo on 13 May 2019
Very disappointing. We opted for the roast beef, which was tough and chewy; yorkshire puddings were leathery, particularly as they weren’t very hot; broccoli had a large inedible stalk. The waiter fully acknowledged that the beef was below par and did his best to make amends, which was much appreciated. However, this was our first visit and, sadly, will be our last.
by Heather Bissell on 10 May 2019
by Lizzie on 29 Apr 2019
Friends recommended this restaurant and when we arrived we advised that one of our party could n longer make it. We told them again when we were given the menus. Had to wait ages for a waiter to take our order as 'they thought we were waiting for another person'! Interesting menu, however, one of our party asked for vegetables instead of a bed of lentils and was told that was OK. Dishes arrived but this dish arrived with lentils - called the waiter over and he said 'no worries I'll take it off the bill! When we said we wanted what we ordered we were told that it was easier to deduct it from the bill. This wasn't the point as we wanted what we had ordered. Staff don't seem to be able to deal with customers wishes these days which is all very strange when its the customer who is paying.