Burpham, Arundel, West Sussex, BN18 9RR
- Tel: 01903 883131
Stunning 17th century Inn serving British food with a twist. Just minutes from beautiful Arundel in West Sussex. Award winning seasonal food and Winter dining deals
The George & Dragon Inn is a unique 17th century gem at the heart of a traditional Saxon village in the glorious South Downs National Park.
Voted No.1 Pub to Walk to by the Sunday Telegraph and awarded AA Rosettes for its outstanding food year after year, a warm welcome, stunning food and traditional hospitality await you.
Serving rustic British food with an international twist always home cooked with the freshest seasonal ingredients, locally sourced where possible. Pork belly, aged steak, fresh fish dishes, homemade bread, flavoursome burgers and desserts, everything is freshly created, cooked and served to excite your taste buds. Very popular for Sunday lunches.
Drop in for a glass of wine, an Arundel Breweries Real Ale, a light bite by the log fires, a three course dinner or one of their popular events.
Private parties and weddings welcome.
Services and products
- child friendly
- bottled beers
- bars & wine bars
- dog friendly
- family pubs
- draught beer
- free houses
- country pubs
- home cooked food
- pub restaurants
- sunday lunches
- traditional lunches
- real ales
22/09/2008 by blobby
The george and dragon at burpham, near arundel is a lovely find. It's well worth a visit to discover this country pub, which is opposite burpham's twelfth century church, you will need to navigate your way through a few long winding lanes for 2 or 3 miles, from arundel, to find it. We tried the herb crusted brie and the baked tiger prawn tartlet which were both good at around £6 each. The pan fried steak choosen as main course was just right and at around £17 offered fair value for money. The decor is in keeping with the pub and the service was good. Would like to back some time soon.Report this
04/07/2008 by Wheely
We visited today for a soup lunch, absolutely superb. We both had the pea and ham with a slice of crisped pancetta on top and herby croutons. This was accompanied by warmed wholemeal herb bread and high quality butter. We both agreed ..yum..yum. The building dates back to 1736 and has benefitted from tasteful but sympathetic repair through careful modernisation. No evidence of those 'refurbishment' projects is yet to be seen - thank God ! On entering the pub and looking left, you're immediately aware that this is not a pub in the country that just does food, it's a proper restaurant with a bar. It has seating and tables to the right of the entrance that's quite separate. The restaurant was fully prepared for the lunchtime service at 11:45 with properly laid tables using real linen and quality cutlery. The menu, wide, imaginative and not ordinary pub grub. Definitely what you would expect to find in a good restaurant WITHOUT the associated price tag but just slightly above the pub-grub level. As for the car park, another little bonus here, stunning views overlooking the Arun Valley and within sight of Arundel Castle. Tourists and casual visitors, not easy to find but if you're visiting Arundel, it's better than anything to be found in and around the town, more than likely cheaper and far better quality. We will visit again for those special occasions in the year and when it's just a case of "lets spoil ourselves" ! ps, take your camera !Report this
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