The Good Intent is a delightful 16th Century coaching Inn in Petersfield, Hampshire - (an ancient town set in an area of outstanding natural beauty - the area of Mapledurham, which comprised of Buriton, Petersfield and Sheet is mentioned in the Doomsday book) with original oak beams taken from the ship it is named after and a wealth of traditional features, including open fires and inglenook fireplace.
Delicious, healthy, affordable and fresh food for you and your family. We also offer an excellent range of beautifully kept real ales from Fuller's in Chiswick and regular guest ales, fine wines and spirits.
At The Good Intent we are proud of our food and try our best to only use
the freshest, locally sourced produce we can lay our hands on. We would be happy to cater for your function, large or small and please check our 'specials' board for today's offerings.
Take a look at our menu
M u s i c a n d E v e n t s
We are the home of music in Petersfield with a busy schedule including gigs, folk , open mic and showcase nights.
Please visit our dedicated music and events website for more information.
Our food is all made with natural, fresh ingredients that we source locally. Let us know if you have dietary restrictions - our friendly staff will help you find just the meal you want.
"I had the pleasure of eating at The Good Intent. I chose to have the
sausage and colcannon. I have never seen such a selection of sausages!
From honey to spicy, you have all the selection here. The colcannon was
delicious and the portion extremely generous! Highly recommend this
charming eatery! :)
" 5/5 -- Tamara, Toronto
"If you are in Petersfield and want some lovely food this is the place to
go. Lovely staff and lovely food served by very polite staff.
" -- 5/5 -- Wayne Sansom, Winchester
"Sono stato a pranzo , da subito ho trovato una buona accoglienza in un
locale caldo e raccolto , il menu non é eccessivamente ricco ma questo
di sicuro denota una cucina con cibi sempre freschi e preparati al
momento. Ottima la varietà di birre e bevande." 4/5 -- Alessandro B, Genoa