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Booked an evening meal for 6 and were put out in some remote bar where it appears we were ignored, forgotten or not bothered with. It took so long for the food to arrive they offered Garlic Bread in the meantime. About 90 seconds after...More
Wow what an amazing little find. We (4 adults and 4 children age 10,5,4 and 4)had dinner here this week.
It is tucked away in a cute little village and is very cute.
It's small in size but has a perfect setting.
The staff was...More
The Inn was recommended by our B&B hosts and we were not disappointed. We ate here 4 nights in a row at a lovely two seat table by the window. There is a good menu selection and we enjoyed our meals each night. The staff...More
Well my partner and I were looking around bonchurch, we then visited here for some food and we both had the lasagna.
The food was delicious I have got to say that only issue I had was when we arrived there were a few dogs...More
This was the only place to eat within a short walk of the Leconfield Hotel so we ate here twice on our four night stay. The food was very good and the service welcoming and efficient.
It's probably a good idea to book at peak...More
Real Italian food cooked by Italians. This is a family run location and the service is superb. Always friendly and nothing is too much trouble. Their lasagna and cannelloni is
out of this world and the tiramasu....heavenly.
This is a traditional English pub built in Victorian times, with saloon and public bars, and also a courtyard, used if the weather is fine. There is another room for private parties if required. They tend to put families with young children in the saloon...More
Hidden away in Bonchurch village is this old pub. At first we were not sure exactly what we had found - but please rest assured - the service is friendly and the food excellent. Good value for money and what else could you ask for....More
We cannot believe in all the years we've been visiting the IOW that we never found this hidden gem before.
It was a short taxi journey from our caravan park in Wroxall.
Luckily for me we found it and I enjoyed my birthday dinner here...More
Really fab little pub set around a courtyard with a Channel Islands feel about it. Morris dancers were performing and roped us in! Owners been here since 1984 and their children now run it. The daughters cooking was really simple and incredibly tasty. Fab starter...More