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 Consie Dunn on 15 Nov 2018
We had an absolutely delicious lunch and were wonderfully well looked after. Easily my favourite pub in West Sussex! Consie Dunn
by Steve on 14 Nov 2018
Dinner at the Earl of March yesterday evening. As usual very nice food in a relaxed atmosphere. Looking forward to our next visit
by Rebecca Billiald on 14 Nov 2018
Service was slow but we were told that they were much much busier than expected for a Tuesday lunchtime . The special of watercress soup was quite a hefty price for a small bowl of soup! My husband had the pheasant special which he had to have a steak knife to cut as it was tough! He said the taste was ok but nothing to write home about. However my crab and truffle fries was delicious.
by Nick on 14 Nov 2018
Warm and welcoming. A relaxing drink at the bar with old friends. There was no pressure to rush to our table. The charming staff were very patient with us as we chatted away before ordering our food. Two streaks, one fish and chips and a bowl of moules......absolutely delicious. Followed by crepes and vanilla ice cream. A lovely way to spend a relaxing Tuesday evening. Definitely be going again.
by DJ on 14 Nov 2018
A delightful experience, the food was good looking and great tasting!