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The Parsonage - a great place for all occasions.

Socialising, entertaining for pleasure or business, you can enjoy the hours with friends in the comfort of our new norm social spacing. Whatever the occasion and reason for joining us, you can be assured of a warm welcome with our award winning customer service. We hope to return to normal as soon as Government restrictions permit us to do so. Now in our forth decade, we have built an enviable reputation for innovation and service as tastes and preferences have changed over time. We have continued this theme again with a menu and seating to match the current environment. Our sell-out themed events are back and offer an opportunity to join friends for those special occasions. The now famous garden Jumbrella adds to the experience by creating a wonderful setting to drink and dine outside. Surrounded by south coast sea breezes, sit under the jumbrella or enjoy the sunshine and take in this wonderful atmosphere. Whatever your requirements your host Wayne Lowrey will be delighted to help your enjoy the occasion.
Sussex Life Award Winner - Outstanding Customer Service

The Parsonage - a journey back in time

The Parsonage began its journey back in 1987, but Parsons Row and Tarring Village have a long and illustrious history dating back to 1066! Tarring was given by King Athelstan of England to the archbishops of Canterbury in the 10th century. At the time of the Domesday Book in 1086, the village was known as Terringes, and consisted of 50 households. It is thought that the place name means "Teorra's people", with Teorra being a Saxon settler. There is a tradition that the village was visited by Thomas Becket, the martyred archbishop, in the 12th century and also by St Richard of Chichester, patron saint of Sussex, in the 13th century. West Tarring is noted for its 13th-century parish church of St Andrew, 13th-century Archbishop's Palace, numerous old houses including the 15th-century, now Grade II listed, timber-framed Parsonage Row. The present day Parsonage, now the oldest restaurant in Worthing was formerly home for the Sussex Archaeological Museum in the mid 80’s. Since 1987 the Parsonage has adapted and grown with the changing preferences of its customers and visitors. Time passes swiftly - the Parsonage is now in its 34th year and as always, we are adapting to changing times. On our journey we have collected many accolades and awards, but above all, we pride ourselves on offering the The Best Customer Service in Sussex.
Parsonage Christmas Hamper £100 Each - Delivered
1x 20inch Hand-Woven Wicker Picnic Basket with integrated Handles & Leather Straps Wines 1x 75cl The Constellations Sauvignon Blanc Reserva 1x 75cl Club DE Campo Malbec, Mendoza Agentina Starters 1x 120g Charcuti Spanish Tapas, Serrano Ham, Chorizo, Lomo 1x 125g Craigellachie, Smoked Atlantic Salmon 1x Parsonage Homemade Duck, Pheasant & Venison Game Pâté 1x Parsonage Spiced Apricot Chutney Afters 2x Individual Parsonage Homemade Christmas Puddings, Laced with Harveys of Lewes Old Ale 1x 3cl Martell VS Single Distillery Fine Cognac 1x 158g Port Salut, Creamy French Cheese 1x 125g Grand Fermage, Camembert 1x Kendricks Sussex Hot Chocolate 1x Kendricks Sussex Caramel Biscuits 1x 200g Ferrero Rocher, After Dinner Chocolates

Parsonage Delivered Returns

Making a second appearance this year, our Parsonage Delivered menu and delivery service returns to help our customers and the local community through the coming weeks. Parsonage Delivered will be available Wednesday to Saturday inclusive. Our New Winter menu will now start from Thursday 3rd December - booking in advance is advised to secure a provisional reservation. All reservation deposits will be fully refunded should the restaurant not be permitted to open on your selected day. We are continuing to take reservations for our Christmas Day Lunch, again subject to Government restrictions - reservation deposits will be fully refunded should the restaurant not permitted to open for Christmas Day. You can now order a Parsonage Christmas Hamper that will complement any Christmas. The Hamper features a variety of Christmas favorites as starters and afters for any Christmas lunch.
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The Parsonage A Great Place For All Occasions. Socialising, entertaining for pleasure or business, you can enjoy the hours with friends in the comfort of our new norm social spacing. Whatever the occasion and reason for joining us, you can be assured of a warm welcome with our award winning customer service. We hope to return to normal as soon as Government restrictions permit us to do so. Now in our forth decade, we have built an enviable reputation for innovation and service as tastes and preferences have changed over time. We have continued this theme again with a menu and seating to match the current environment. Our sell-out themed events are back and offer an opportunity to join friends for those special occasions. The now famous garden Jumbrella adds to the experience by creating a wonderful setting to drink and dine outside. Surrounded by south coast sea breezes, sit under the jumbrella or enjoy the sunshine and take in this wonderful atmosphere. Whatever your requirements your host Wayne Lowrey will be delighted to help your enjoy the occasion.
The Parsonage - A Journey Back In Time The Parsonage began its journey back in 1987, but Parsons Row and Tarring Village have a long and illustrious history dating back to 1066! Tarring was given by King Athelstan of England to the archbishops of Canterbury in the 10th century. At the time of the Domesday Book in 1086, the village was known as Terringes, and consisted of 50 households. It is thought that the place name means "Teorra's people", with Teorra being a Saxon settler. There is a tradition that the village was visited by Thomas Becket, the martyred archbishop, in the 12th century and also by St Richard of Chichester, patron saint of Sussex, in the 13th century. West Tarring is noted for its 13th-century parish church of St Andrew, 13th-century Archbishop's Palace, numerous old houses including the 15th- century, now Grade II listed, timber-framed Parsonage Row. The present day Parsonage, now the oldest restaurant in Worthing was formerly home for the Sussex Archaeological Museum in the mid 80’s. Since 1987 the Parsonage has adapted and grown with the changing preferences of its customers and visitors. Time passes swiftly - the Parsonage is now in its 34th year and as always, we are adapting to changing times. On our journey we have collected many accolades and awards, but above all, we pride ourselves on offering the The Best Customer Service in Sussex.
Sussex Life Award Winner Outstanding Customer Service
© The Parsonage 2020 All Rights Reserved - Terms and Conditions
Parsonage Delivered Returns Making a second appearance this year, our Parsonage Delivered menu and delivery service returns to help our customers and the local community through the coming weeks. Parsonage Delivered will be available Wednesday to Saturday inclusive. Our New Winter menu will now start from Thursday 3rd December - booking in advance is advised to secure a provisional reservation. All reservation deposits will be fully refunded should the restaurant not be permitted to open on your selected day. We are continuing to take reservations for our Christmas Day Lunch, again subject to Government restrictions - reservation deposits will be fully refunded should the restaurant not permitted to open for Christmas Day. You can now order a Parsonage Christmas Hamper that will complement any Christmas. The Hamper features a variety of Christmas favorites as starters and afters for any Christmas lunch.
Starting from Thursday 3rd December until Wednesday 23rd December, our new Winter Menu will replace Parsonage Delivered
Parsonage Christmas Hamper £100 Each - Delivered
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The Parsonage
1987
The Parsonage