The bustling Hampshire market town of Havant lies between the cities of Portsmouth and Chichester, close to Langstone and the seaside resort of Hayling Island. It dates from Roman times (or even earlier), growing up around a crossroads of important ancient roads. The town centre is a conservation area, prized for its fine Georgian architecture and winding footpaths or 'twittens'. This handsome town attracts plenty of visitors and, with excellent rail connections to London, is becoming a popular commuter town, too. Restaurants in Havant therefore serve a combination of tourists and locals and they do so in style. Check out our selection of restaurants in the Havant area and be sure to book a table to beat the crowds.