Housed in a handsome building just off Chichester’s quartet of pedestrian streets – East, North, South & West to be exact – Little London is a haven for shoppers in search of a home-cooked lunch or a galaxy of mid-morning & teatime treats. Adjoining rooms complete with clothed tables & arty food-themed pictures form the backdrop for the fine food rustled up below stairs: expect good-value dishes such as curried parsnip soup, chicken with Mediterranean vegetables, or braised beef with mash & red onion gravy, with homemade treacle tart & clotted cream to round things off in style. A handy assortment of quick, light fillers – paninis, baguettes, soups, salads & cakes – are also part of the remit. More than a dozen different teas & other drinks eclipse the modest wine list. Service is quick & friendly.