As a privately owned free house, we are very proud to be able to make our own wine selection for The Lamb. Our family have a love of good wine and enjoy the freedom of speaking to wine merchants offering the most delightful selection of wines.
Every so often we like to change our wine list and following a considerable amount of tasting, discussion and varying opinions we have put together a completely new wine list launching today on the 1st June 2019.
On the new list we have ensure that we offer a good choice for all budgets, and pride ourselves on offering something for everyone, with wines spread over 5 continents.
Why not try some of our new wines, you don’t have to have a bottle, we have 18 wines by the glass starting at £4.85.
Our wine list is divided into segments to help you choose the wines you will most enjoy. Light or full bodied. We also give a very brief overview of each wine, 19 of our wines are priced at £25 or under, starting with our house wines priced at £18.20 a bottle.
Perfect as a venue for a high quality working lunch, maybe to seal that deal or when there are important matters to discuss, you can visit The Lamb and be assured that your tastebuds will be taken care of. With 2 courses priced at just £15.50 or if you have a little longer to linger, 3 courses can be enjoyed for £19.50.
Maybe you just want to have a lingering lunch with a friend, our great value lunch deal is perfect fo you too. Offering great choice combined with a purse pleasing price, have great food while you chat. Maybe a glass of Prosecco could wash it all down nicely too!
Our lunch menu changes with the seasons, the current menu (right) may also see other changes depending on supply, so please use as a guide. But rest assured, any changes will be just as mouth-watering!
To book a table for your next lunch at The Lamb, click here
Serving the same delicious food our customers have come to expect on Sunday lunchtimes, late evening is set to be just as popular. We are usually fully booked in advance for Sunday lunch so this will give our loyal clientele a second chance to be able to secure a table to enjoy their favourite meal of the week!
Lunch Service 12-3pm
Dinner Service 6-8pm
Available now to book online
We are so lucky to be nestled in a county with so many fantastic attractions and events throughout the Summer. While often we are too busy working to get to many of them, we love hearing stories from our customers who stay with us at The Lamb to head out and explore as many events in Sussex as you can.
We’ve been taking a look at whats coming up this year and offer our pick of the best here:
The Floral Fringe Fair – 1st-2nd June, Amberley Museum
“An eclectic, quirky, foodie, arty, plantaholics wildlife event with classic cars, a vintage and a Steampunk twist!”
The Festival of Chichester – 15th June-14th July
“Over two hundred events will be staged in and around the city, making the Festival of Chichester one of the largest and most vibrant arts festivals in the south”
The Goodwood Festival of Speed – 4th-7th July
“The world’s greatest celebration of motorsport and car culture! Held in the beautiful parkland surrounding Goodwood House, the Festival of Speed is motorsport’s ultimate summer garden party, an intoxicating celebration of the world’s most glamorous sport”
Lordington Lavender Open Week – 8th-14th July
“Every summer the lavender field is full of bumble bees and butterflies and when the sun shines you can imagine being in Provence!”
Wiston Steam Rally – 13-14th July
“More than 1200 exhibits in attendance ranging from steam traction engines to vintage vehicles plus a large fun fair with traditional rides and side stands”
Glorious Goodwood – 30th July-3rd August
“Five days of thrilling action set against the magnificent backdrop of the rolling Sussex countryside, The Qatar Goodwood Festival is one of the highlights of the flat-racing season”
Arundel Festival – 16-26th August
“One of the biggest arts and music festivals in West Sussex with The Gallery Trail, the largest walking trail in the UK with hundreds of exhibiting artists”