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Harden’s UK Restaurant Guide 2010.
Alistair Sawday’s Special Places
Pubs and Inns of England and Wales 2004 to 2010
The Good Pub Guide 2002 to 2011
The Good Food Guide 2004 to 2010
The AA Guide 2005 to 2009, recently promoted to AA Best Pubs 2010
Egon Ronay Gastro Pubs 2006
Many of the traditional South Downs pubs close to affluent Midhurst and Chichester have been transformed in recent years, from rustic watering holes favoured by walkers into civilised dining venues, and the 18th century, brick and flint Star & Garter is no exception.
If you love fresh fish and seafood then your trip down winding Sussex lanes will be well rewarded. Crab and lobster are landed at Selsey on the Sussex coast and fish is delivered direct from Portsmouth. Pride of place on the board goes to the Star & Garter platters (£40 and £75), the later offering a whole lobster, two dressed crab, scallops, wild salmon, large crevettes and a pint of prawns.
David Hancock, Morning Adviser