The closest you will get to Thai street food in Portsmouth is Noodels. Found in Edinburgh Rd, at the City Shops South Stop A, just around the corner from the Cascades Shopping Centre.
The beef noodles noodles are delicious
Self service, chilled water and condiments sets seldom seen in the UK.
Charcuterie is an artisan skill that has been handed down from generation to generation for centuries which is used to preserve meat long before refrigeration existed.
The British charcuterie movement has started to gain momentum in recent years and has gone from strength to strength.
With sharing platters featuring locally produced charcuterie as an option on restaurant menus such as Badgers in Petworth. A restaurant that takes pride in using fresh local produce, as well as specialising in fresh fish from the local South coast markets.
They also regularly offer BBQs, paellas or a rotisserie outside in summer with relaxing views over the River Rother from their terrace.
East Wittering is home to one of the best pie shops to be found on the South Coast
A S Wallace Family Butchers homemade artisan meat pies are hard to beat.
Their pork pies and sausage rolls are crunchy, tasty, homemade and delicious.
Made by butchers who still butcher the way it used to be done and who want their clients to notice the difference.
One of those special places that are only known to a few.
The Eternal Baker is not a tearoom you are going to find easily. That is unless you have heard about it and are looking. A comfortably quaint tea room and coffee shop on site at the Eternal Maker.
They offer a light menu panini’s, bagels, toasted tea cakes and chunky toast. As well as a selection of cakes, loaf cakes and tray bakes.
I stopped for tea but ended up staying for breakfast.
A farm fresh fried egg and two of everything else at the Apuldram Centre Cafe.
A simple, homecooked traditional breakfast in Chichester Harbour. At a coffee shop and cafe where one can sit back and relax whilst browsing the morning paper.