SELBORNE ARMS FOOD
The menu offers a range of traditional and innovative dishes showcasing local and homemade produce.
Opening hours and history of the Selborne Arms, a traditional village pub.
Quiz nights, beer festivals, music evenings and other special events.
The Selborne Arms is the perfect location to share a meal with family, friends or colleagues. Whether you are organising a walk up the Zig Zag path or along the Hangers Way, or a visit to the gallery or museum, or simply want somewhere to eat out, the Selborne Arms is ideal.
The menu offers a range of traditional and innovative dishes which meet this popular venue’s high standards and showcase local and homemade produce.
The blackboard menus are available for lunch or dinner, and there is a lunchtime snack menu if you prefer a lighter bite.
A warm welcome awaits, whether you prefer the cosy atmosphere of the bars or the more intimate Dining Room. Superb wine lists offer a fantastic choice, with ten wines available by the glass.
Five local real ales feature on the bar (seven in summer) and there is a wide selection of soft drinks for the driver, tee total or child. A play area in the huge garden is popular with children and parents, and a wishing well barbecue is available for parties in the summer.
15th Feb 2017 // Every Thursday evening at The Selborne Arms
6oz burger cooked to your liking in a seeded bun with lettuce, tomato and dill pickle, served with chips or side salad. Additional toppings are extra. Pint of any real ale, lager or cider - can be changed for a 175ml glass of house wine or a soft drink.
The Selborne Arms
Monday to Friday 11am to 3pm and 6pm to 11pm
Saturday 11am to 11pm
Sunday 12 noon to 11pm
Served 12 noon to 2pm Monday to Saturday and 12 noon to 3pm Sundays
Served 7pm to 9pm Monday to Saturday and 7pm to 8.30pm Sunday