Eat At One Of These Top Arundel Restaurants

Getting a bite to eat in Arundel is hardly a challenge with the number of lovely bakeries dotted around the town…

…not to mention the numerous quaint tearooms tucked away here too.

But, if you’re looking for something more substantial, then you might consider dropping in to one of the many stellar restaurants that our market town is home to. Whether you’re looking for a slice of authentic Italian cooking, a massive gourmet burger stack or a refined plate of locally prepared ingredients, you’re sure to find somewhere good to eat – just make sure that you make a booking as early as possible to avoid disappointment:

The Bay Tree


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Angela is the owner of the bistro-style Bay Tree and has worked hard to create a warm, welcoming environment where guests can relax in. The menu here changes seasonally and draws from classic flavour combinations, so even the fussiest eaters are bound to find something to their taste. Smoked salmon starters sit alongside a tempting Braised Pork Belly and Pork Rib Ballotine, hinting at the care and attention that the chefs put into each plate at this well-respected eatery.

La Campania


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One of two award-winning Italian restaurants bearing the same name in West Sussex, Arundel’s La Campania was once a pub but has since traded in the traditional design for stylish modern doors and a pared-down ristorante-chic that fits snugly into the fashionable set of restaurants that Arundel has collected over the years. The menu is full of classic Italian dishes that always go down well with a big crowd like anti-pasto, meatballs and classic pizzas.

Arundel House


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This 19th century town house in the centre of Arundel is one of the more lavish places to stay in town, but it’s also home to one of the best restaurants too! The dining room is only small but that makes a dinner reservation there all the more memorable. Open for lunch and dinner, their menu offers an ever-changing selection of locally sourced ingredients presented in a classic fashion. On the last Friday of each month diners can also enjoy the music of Julie Stardust.

The Black Rabbit


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As far as riverside pubs go, you could do a lot worse than The Black Rabbit. Although this well-jept country pub is busiest during the Summer months, the team here are kept busy throughout the year as a result of their excellent food output. Traditional pub classics like Prawn & Avocado Cocktail and Whitebait sit alongside more adventurous fare such as Buffalo Wings and ‘Nduja Chicken with bean and thyme mash. For those with a sweet tooth, there are no fewer than 8 desserts on the menu here with a dazzling array of ice cream flavours which will no doubt please the little ones.

The Burger Shop


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Gourmet burgers might have come into fashion a few years ago, but the public’s taste for them has certainly endured, hence the popularity for Arundel’s very own burger joint, The Burger Shop. The owners here have kept things simple here with only 6 beef burgers and 2 chicken burgers available for hungry carnivores with highlights including the spicy ‘Holy Fire’ and massive ‘Mac Attack. The drinks menu keeps in line with the restaurant’s no holds barred approach, so grown ups can treat themselves to serious cocktails and ‘hard shakes’ to go with their burgers.

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