Fine dining doesn’t have to be exclusive to evening meals, at The Lamb we believe that a little lunchtime luxury is well deserved sometimes. Whether a business lunch, an overdue catch up with friends or a romantic liaison, The Lamb offers its full A La Carte menu at lunchtimes, alongside a lighter lunch menu.
Our talented head chef Richard is always hard at work crafting fresh and tasty menu items, meaning The Lamb’s reputation for fine dining in Sussex has grown rapidly. For example, why not starting your Lamb experience off with a delicious dish of home smoked salmon, white crab mayonnaise, lemon balm and beetroot.
One of our menu highlights is the roast breast and braised leg of Guinea Fowl with shallot, fondant potato and jus, but there are plenty to choose from with dishes to satisfy all tastes.
Of course you may not want a huge meal at lunch time, but this doesn’t mean you won’t experience fine dining – our lunch menu includes a wonderful set lunch with elegant dishes at just £15 for two courses or £19 for three. Sandwiches and light bites are also available.
If you have driven past The Lamb in the past week, you may have had your head turned by our wonderful new outdoor seating!
Martin has been busy in the past months designing, deciding and choosing the wonderful new tables, seating and umbrellas that are now situated in front of The Lamb overlooking our pretty village green. In muted colours, the bench tables along the front wall of the pub blend in wonderfully, but with a sturdy structure they won’t send your pint flying at the first sneeze. In front of the bench tables are a selection of round bistro tables with umbrella shades which are perfect for sipping your favourite tipple.
With such a warm start to the Summer we are really pleased we have got the new seating area ready for everyone to enjoy, and its been a huge success straight away. We are always looking for the little things that can make The Lamb even better and we hope everyone in the village loves the improvements we have made to our outdoor seating.
We regularly update our menus at The Lamb, our West Sussex gastropub situated in the village of Angmering, just a stone’s throw from the sea, the downs and market towns of Arundel and Chichester.
Changing our menus ensures we can offer the freshest, most local and of course seasonal ingredients to our visitors, who can expect something different each time they return. In addition, we regularly offer special dishes alongside our a la carte menu to tickle the taste buds of our regular diners, and first-time visitors, alike. Recent specials have included a starter of pork and pistachio pate, with a tomato chutney, dressed leaves and a toasted brioche, and a delightful pan seared duck breast with creamy mash, sautéed wild mushrooms and a red wine jus.
But new to our main a la carte menu this June are the following main courses:
Chalk stream trout, langoustines, confit potato, langoustine bisque
Seared Sashimi tuna, sweetcorn and avocado salsa, coriander
Roast chicken and tarragon croquette, caesar dressing, baby gem, crispy parma h
and a wonderful new dessert to add to those we already enjoy:
Banana parfait, caramelised banana, exotic fruit salsa
Our head chef, Richard, is always designing new dishes and has become very popular in the local area with many happy customers leaving glowing reviews for his cooking:
“Had another excellent meal at the Lamb last night! The fried duck starter with house made peanut butter was interesting, delicious and beautifully presented. And all the standards are executed with grace and top quality local ingredients. Bravo and keep up the good work Chef Rich and team!” Vanessa Hambidge via Facebook
An extensive wine list is something we pride ourselves on at The Lamb, and we certainly don’t take the selection lightly. Finding wines to compliment our ever changing menu is a labour of love, and we like to think we’ve got a variety that accurately reflects a wide range of tastes. Here are some highlights from our current crop of wine in Sussex…
A salmon pink Champagne from France, with depth, freshness, and crisp aromas of strawberries, red currants, raspberries and black cherries. Expect fine bubbles and a persistent mousse.
Elegant and floral, this golden white wine is perfect with seafood, such as our pan fried sea bass or monkfish.
A rosé aromas of red currants and orange zest, followed by a creamy medium-dry palate showing a nice balance of sweetness
Deep crimson colour with a bouquet of dark berries and spices. It is smooth and persistent with aromatic fullness
Interested to see our full wine list? Have a look at it here, and keep your eye out for updates to it coming soon!