Khan's Brasserie
135, North Street, Midhurst.  The restaurant is opposite the central car park (lots of room, and free at night)
Phone: 01730 812998 and 07130 816057
First visit:  August 2007
Yes, we've made it across the border into West Sussex at last!
We had a very enjoyable excursion to Midhurst on 15th August, and although it was a Wednesday night, Khan's Brasserie seemed just about full when we arrived. Maybe it's because, just for a change, it wasn't raining. The management put on some specials (home cooking rather than regular menu items) including a chicken bhuna on the bone, a lamb dupiaza made with lamb chops, and a tasty lamb and pumpkin dish. We also enjoyed a king prawn balti, chana dhal, and a selection of side dishes. The starters were also very tasty, and the lime pickle was an absolute knock-out. Because so many people were driving independently, the drinks bill was quite low for a change, but it was a good evening, and we enjoyed the food and the welcome.
The Wheatsheaf was our chosen venue for aperitifs.
If you're taking a train, taxis are available from Petersfield station.  It's 10 miles along the A272.
graphic Petersfield trains  Liphook and even Haslemere are other options, but none of them is very near.

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