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Crave Ice Cream

Ventnor East, Isle of Wight, <20£
20/08/2017: Was really disappointed with our visit after reading all of the amazing reviews on TripAdvisor. The ice cream was average at best and they served us churros that was very obviously burnt. We saw much nicer looking ice cream on the sea front.
19/08/2017: We can particularly recommend the caramel button, the double honeycomb and pink flamingo ice creams and also the Lavazza coffee.Very friendly service, reasonably priced and prominently located.


The Tudor Room

Thorpe, Runnymede, 60-100£
21/08/2017: We arrived very early for our reservation at Great Fosters and had not had breakfast. We checked in and were graciously shown to the Tudor Room, which was soon going to stop service. We were kindly accommodated and enjoyed a wonderful breakfast. Highly recommend.
20/08/2017: From the moment we were served our pre dinner drinks to us leaving the restaurant the service was outstanding, the staff knowing how to pitch themselves to our needs and requirements. The food was outstanding, art on a plate but with the quality and flavour to match. A big thank you to all, especially the chefs who we can't thank in person!


64 Degrees

Regency, Brighton and Hove
20/08/2017: My husband booked here for our wedding anniversary on a friend's recommendation, which was definitely a good one. We arrived a little early but the staff were still welcoming and our waitress was knowledgeable, attentive and friendly. The menu is broken down to seafood, veg and meat and has about 4 dishes under each section. There was also a Duck special, which we had. They don't give much of a description but she did check with us that we had no allergies and that there wasn't anything we didn't like and every dish was lovely. We ordered 5 dishes (crab, tomato, ox, lamb and duck) and they were all great but the Grass is Greener (ox/the winning dish) was my husbands stand out dish and mine was the lamb (recommended by our waitress). We also had a salted caramel and chocolate pudding which they say you don't need to share but was rich (as you'd expect) so pleased we did. We also got the signature rum jelly bear which was complimentary and arrived with a sparkler for our anniversary which was a very lovely gesture. The only downside is because the menu changes so often I'm probably never going to be able to have that lamb again!! We were also pleasantly surprised when the bill arrived which was just under £160 including service which when you take off a bottle of fizz and a cocktail makes the food very reasonable for such good food. We were also told about their new family friendly venture on the seafront called Murmur so will be going to check that out with our son and hopefully be back here again some time too.
20/08/2017: It was my first visit with my friend to 64 Degrees last Sat, 12th Aug. Though it was a long journey from Surrey, it was well worth coming to Brighton! I am a keen follower of the MasterChef programmes. Ever since I saw Michael Brenmer’s appearance and skills on Masterchef’s Great British Menu and his ultimate victory of "The Grass is Greener" being chosen as the main course for the celebration of 140 years of Wimbledon banquet, I was quite determined to visit 64 Degrees and sample his masterpiece and cuisine.The two of us shared 7 dishes, not including the Sue Baker’s Tipple cocktail, the soda bread with marmite butter, the sorbet and the bear rum jelly, which were complimentary.The main dishes we had were Cod, cauliflower with girolles; Gurnard, red pepper with clams; Tomato, avocado, ricotta; Fettuccine, truffle with yolk; Roly's lamb, oyster, gomasio; The Grass is Greener; and Chocolate sesame with salted caramel.All the dishes were innovative, fresh, exquisite, and beautifully presented to us by the knowledgeable chefs and staff with a smile. The ones I liked most were the most yummy, warm soda bread with marmite butter (I was very tempted to ask for a second, but didn’t want to be greedy). The Fettuccine with black truffles and yolk was a heavenly creation. My friend's favourite was the Cod caulifower puree with girolles, most delicious! The tomato avocado ricotta was refreshing and vibrant - another winner!Our dining experience was enhanced by the very cheerful and helpful waitress, Alex, she looked after us extremely well. The chefs and other staff were pleasant, young, skillful and well-mannered. It was a joy to see them at work - a great team!Simply top-notch!Needless to say, I will come back again and again.


Clos du Marquis

Wonston and Micheldever, Winchester
22/08/2017: The lamb was exquisite with a wonderful atmosphere. Recommend highly.
13/08/2017: Great atmosphere, service and food. Good value too. Thank you very much.Would also like to mention that they had a great menu, including the days specials. They accommodated our two Vegan guests no problem and they were very complimentary about their choices. The cheese selection was excellent. The coffee and Chocolate to finish the evening were more than just the end of the evening being remarkable in their own right. The chocolate in particular being very rich in Coco with some brandy - outstanding!



Rye, Rother, 30-45£
22/08/2017: Loved it, huge choice of Chocolate drinks Hot/Cold, cream, liqueurs, eat in or takeaway your choice. Also tasty biscuits, pecan slice delicious, shortbread's. Good price's, delightful service, we darted in during our History walk of Rye to escape a shower so glad we did & got discount too...
19/08/2017: Lovely little hot chocolate shop. You can drink in it takeaway. The good news is that two-thirds of the 15 or so different chocolates are vegan! They have tasting notes to help you choose. You can opt for soya, almond or regular milk (I think I heard them say they do lactose free milk but can't be sure.)Unfortunately their milkshakes are ice-cream based so not suitable for a vegan diet.However, what we did have was lovely! The only downside is that there's not much room to sit inside. We sat outside - there are 2 public benches right outside- but you'd be scuppered in the cold or rain!


Read's Restaurant

Watling, Swale
12/08/2017: I must admit I am addicted to Reads Restaurant with Rooms. I go once a year on my Birthday, my wife always wants to try somewhere different for her Birthday in August but on numerous occasions she says "Why?" She wants to go on her Birthday now as well. I am perhaps boring in my choices but it's only once a year I always have the Cheese Soufflés with the haddock sauce , it just perfect every time even if it's not on the menu they arrange for me to have it. The mains I am a bit more flexible, I love everything and it's hard to choose but everything Lamb is a real treat. I could never make my mind up what dessert and there was a taster selection but it's not on now but arrange if you let them know a head of time.They try to vary the menu but old farts like me won't let them. I have been going on my Birthday for the last 12 years and love the welcome by Bradley, it's like we are old friend's and remembers everything about us , definitely not too posh. Feels like coming home.
09/08/2017: The atmosphere is relaxed and pleasant. There is a small outside area for drinks or coffee. The lunch was excellent and well presented.


Burr's Restaurant

Newport Central, Isle of Wight, <20£
20/08/2017: My favouriteHad another superb meal at the weekend the crab brulee is constantly fantastic and we had 2 perfectly cooked fillet steaks. We have tried other places but Burrs is definitely our favourite.
19/08/2017: Truly deserving of its glowing reviews on trip advisor!Extremely hospitable and friendly staff who even opened early to allow us time for three courses before our ferry home. We were spoilt for choice with specials as the fish was outstanding. Special commendation goes to the Ginger-Masu as the best way to round off our meal.


Restaurant 27

St Jude, Portsmouth, 60-100£
20/08/2017: Went last night for my birthday treat with my boyfriend. Had a really intimate dining experience. By the end of the 7 courses we were really full. Drinks reasonably priced, food for the price was amazing value it was well worth the money. Its a smallish dining room and customers turn up at staggered times then thats it you can stay til closing. It took about 2.5 hours to have all the courses. But time just flew by. Staff are friendly, attentive and knowledgeable but not over bearing. The white onion veloute with lamb jus is the tastiest thing I have eaten for a long time. The food really was excellent there was no course that we didnt enjoy. Even if there was something on the menu I dont normally like or eat, the chef has the skill to convert me. We hope to come back and bring the foodies of the family. Only thing I would say is that I felt a bit overdressed it is less formal than I was expecting but I just know for next time!
19/08/2017: I booked this restaurant for my husbands birthday as a special treat as it has a spectacular reputation in Portsmouth. Firstly I must say the food is incredible, as a vegetarian eating out it is sometimes difficult but the vegetarian menu was fantastic and the flavour of all the food is like an explosion in your mouth - simply amazing. The attention to detail and presentation was great and I didn't want each course to end. If you love food then this is your restaurant! Unfortunately the only thing that slightly dampened our evening was the service. For me service is what can make or break your experience. On arrival we were pointed out our table and I think the server expected us to just walk there but we held back until we were led to our table, we waited about 10 minutes for even a wine menu to look over and no-one came over to introduce themselves and when we did get the menu, no explanation of how the menus work and that you must choose the same type of menu, that is written on the menu so not a problem but just felt a lack of communication with us. I think the problem was that no one really took ownership of our table so we felt forgotten about on occasions. One of our courses was served to the wrong table and at the end everyone else seemed to be offered truffle chocolates which we didn't get. We thought you may get them when offered coffee but no one came to see if we would like tea or coffee at the end of the meal and it took so long to get someone's attention in the end we gave up and got the bill as had to get home for our dog. I must say though that the staff are very knowledgeable and friendly, I think maybe we just came on a busy Friday night which meant we didn't get the attention I would have expected especially as all the other reviews rave about the service.Overall though a wonderful restaurant and I would definitely go back but maybe on a week night when it may be less busy.


Waterside Inn

Bray, Windsor and Maidenhead, >100£
22/08/2017: I am a aspiring chef and for my 21st I was taken for a surprise visit to the waterside in. This itself was amazing as I know the history and stories around this restaurant. Obviously because of this I went in with expectations through the roof and they exceeded everything. We started by being taken into a waterside hut where canapé's where brought out with the menus, the nibbles where delicious and the scenery really made it. After our orders we were taken and we was showed into the dinning room which had huge open French windows over seeing the river Thames which was breath taking. My lobster starter with a port and ginger reduction to my surprise worked perfectly. This was followed by my herb crusted lamb and then a raspberry soufflé that was stunning. To have this experience which the scenery and the attentive and enthusiastic service was very motivating to me as a trainee chef. To top it off they invited me into the kitchen for a tour, to see a kitchen like this in action was inspiring as I have only ever read about this restaurant and it was almost brought to reality for me. Very pleased to have experienced one of Britain's best restaurants and they deserve all their accolades, very pricey but for the experience I say it's worth it.
21/08/2017: I have been in this remarkable restaurant few times in the past and I always remember the perfect environment, the exceptional service and the amazing food, perfectly combined with various ingredients making a fantastic combination.


Thewitchez Photo Design Cafe Bar

Queen's Park, Brighton and Hove
10/08/2017: Had the most delicious salad ever for lunch with a grilled Polish sausage and a local beer. Worth a visit great place great food and a warm welcome. Ask the owner to meet Mr Shadow and the story behind the restaurant and the lovely Mr Shadow. Fascinating little place and scrumptious food.
03/08/2017: What a gem of a find. Tucked away just by the seafront. Great food and presentation. Lovely and smiley staff. I almost want to keep it my secret!


Sunbirds Deli

St. Peter's and North Laine, Brighton and Hove
20/08/2017: I've been frequenting Sunbirds for years and the food never disappoints! The chicken wrap is a strong favorite and with work right around the corner I will regularly order 10 a time! The whole team loves them and its become quite a tradition. Since moving to the new premises they have improved their swift preparation and waiting times have dropped. All the staff are always friendly and polite. A great example of Brighton's thriving independent restaurants with taste and quality high on the menu!
17/08/2017: Wonderful little deli providing a delicious selection of food and cakes. Well priced too which is hard to find in Brighton. Meze boxes are recommended. Keep up the good work.


The Elderflower Lymington

Lymington Town, New Forest
21/08/2017: Went on Friday evening, for the 4 'taster' course dinner along with B & B. Beautifully tasty and well presented food...Staff and service fantasticOur accommodation was lovely very clean and cosy, would defiantly re visit!
20/08/2017: Starting to lose count of the times we have eaten here now but it never disappoints! Took my husband here for his birthday and we had our best meal to date...which is saying something as it is always so good! Great value and great food. Looking forward to coming back in Autumn and seeing a new menu already!


Tea Total Lyndhust

Lyndhurst, New Forest, 20-30£
17/08/2017: Lovely little cafe in Lyndhurst serving delicious and innovative teas as well as tasty cakes and scones. Try the contemporary afternoon tea for 2 - it's delicious with huge portions! The service here is also excellent - friendly, chatty and very helpful! We cannot recommend it highly enough, even amongst the many tea shops in the area.
13/08/2017: We came to Tea Total this afternoon after a long walk in the New Forest and it was just lovely. The gentleman who greeted us on arrival was so welcoming and friendly, we wanted to stay all day. Huge selection of tea, though we both opted for coffee and that was really delicious and properly made. We also had a salted caramel shortbread cake which was gone very quickly! Thank you Tea Total for such a wonderful experience in Lyndhurst. We will be back!


The Hythe Brasserie

Hythe Central, Shepway
20/08/2017: I'd heard about the Brasserie on the grape vine some time ago and the legends were all true! Tempura monkfish with a hot and sour sauce that just melted in the mouth and a warm goats cheese salad with hazelnut beetroot and vinaigrette (that I would have liked to bathe in) were the opening performance, followed by the most succulent beef shortrib and creamy champ I've yet to encounter, the grand finale was hot honeycomb meringue with a gorgeous toffee sauce and ice cream and a raspberry cheesecake which was simultaneously rich and yet beautifully light. The service was friendly and impeccable and the setting was a beautifully cosy atmosphere for our anniversary dinner. A return visit will be a question of when, not if.
17/08/2017: It's some years since we've eaten here because our visits have not coincided with the opening hours. So glad we had to visit Hythe on a Wednesday and were, once again, able to sample the delights of this brilliant brasserie. Simple food, carefully cooked and well presented in a comfortable atmosphere with friendly staff. The carte du jour offers excellent value. Add to this a really good wine list that doesn't break the bank. Overall, a really great place to eat out in Hythe and worth driving to if you're not in town.


Piccolo Mondo

Bargate, Southampton
09/09/2017: Quite hidden behind Windsor terrace. Good Italian food.
05/09/2017: Attended this restaurant for 10+ years.Service is outstanding, food is consistently delightful, atmosphere is perfect, pricing is spot on.What more can you ask for?One of Southampton's hidden gems.

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