Discover Restaurants offering the best Seafood food in Ryde, England, United Kingdom. Ryde is an English seaside town and civil parish on the Isle of Wight, with a population of 23,999 at the 2011 Census. It lies on the north-east coast. The town grew in size as a seaside resort after the villages of Upper Ryde and Lower Ryde were merged in the 19th century. The influence of this era is still strongly visible in the town's central and seafront architecture.
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4 based on 894 reviews
Morgans serve the finest home made cuisine using the best produce the Isalnd has to offer. Alongside the extensive menu is the special board which changes daily and is known for is fresh local fish and shellfish.About Tim Morgan; After working at several
Small restaurant but very friendly. Booking is probably essential at peak days. Had crab & lobster bisque to start and pan fried sea bass for main. Both absolutely delicious. With five others and they all thoroughly enjoyed their meals. Friendly staff
4 based on 318 reviews
A family-run licensed beachside cafe with indoor seating and a new, large roof terrace. Casual dining and drinking by the sea.
You get what you hope for in the beach shack. Some seafood options, including the perennial favourites of fish and chips, burgers, a very nice sea view, friendly service with a smile, and dogs are welcome, both outside on sunny days and indoors when you are postponing the return walk. We had a pleasant light lunch, I chose the avocado and crab stack, would have liked the lobster but unfortunately not available, the food was tasty, with a small salad and a chunk of crusty brown bread, not an enormous plateful but perfect size for me as I had ice cream room. Husband went for Scampi and chips, again a small portion but perfectly adequate, we both had clean plates. Plan a return visit when friends come to visit, maybe I will be lucky and lobster will be on the menu.
4 based on 362 reviews
The Royal Hotel has achieved 2 AA Rosettes for excellent food for over 17 consecutive years and has appeared in every Michelin Good Food Guide since it's inception in 1911. Lunch and afternoon tea are served daily in our beautiful, Colonial-style conserva
We had Sunday lunch here.i ordered Roast Loin of Pork.It came in a large hunk rather thn slices and only warm.There were four or five tiny blobs of apple sauce,about the size of 5p coins.The only veg on the plate was parsnip.The loin and parsnips were charred/burnt on the outside.When I say burnt I donât mean browned, they were black and the pork was dry.There were no dishes of alternative vegetables.i was very disappointed as the hotel is quite highly rated and th meals are very expensive.Dear Chuckle 3369We are very sorry that you found the Roast Pork to be substandard on your recent visit to the Royal, for the past two years we have served the Pork on the Sunday Lunch menu as one piece rather than thinly sliced as we have found it retains the moisture better. We are always pleased to serve side dishes of vegetables if requested and extra apple sauce is available. Our Sunday lunches have never been busier and the majority of the guests are regulars. We are not the cheapest venue for lunch but we do offer traditional service and source the majority of our ingredients from local suppliers. We do hope you will return for lunch in the future.
4 based on 903 reviews
Beautiful thatched Restaurant, Tearoom & Tavern, Gift Shop and Shanklin Tourist Information with lovely sunny Tea & Beer gardens next to Old Shanklin Village car park
Fantastic return visit to Vernonâs Cottage, which is simply our favourite restaurant on the island.From the lovely owners whom we sat and spoke to and whom talked openly talked about their resident ghost, to the fantastically fresh cooked food, to the romantic / relaxed candlelit ambiance, all was superb and faultless in every way.The food was tasty, well priced, good value for money and fresh. The service was quick and the food piping piping hot. It was also so nice to have that personal touch of chatting with the owners, in such a relaxed, beautiful environment.Would most definitely recommend and will certainly look to return.
4 based on 895 reviews
Smart venue with stunning panoramic views across the sea and light, New England-style decor with modern European cuisine.
Went for dinner - had window by veranda doors which were open and overlooking The Solent which was gorgeous. Food really good but what we received wasn't necessarily as per the listed menu item e.g. Scallops starter was perfectly cooked but came without Asparagus spears and I ordered the mussels with red Thai broth, chilli and spring onion but got a more classic moules mariniere with bacon and onion. However the mussels were cooked to perfection, plump and juicy and a large portion so I wasn't overly annoyed. Mackerel on the bone was extremely good - large fish and again perfectly cooked. Wine list small but more than adequate - I recommend the Picpoul white. Serving staff were lovely and attentive.
4 based on 222 reviews
I thought I'd try here as I read the reviews from others and were mostly all good. Having tried the haddock and chips I wasn't disappointed. The fish is all freshly cooked. I do recommend trying the haddock it tastes amazing. I will defentley be going back there before my holiday finishes. Great place for fish and chips in ryde.
5 based on 442 reviews
Mediterranean inspired homemade food and local produce , cooked to the highest level in a stunning little Mediterranean bistro . Breakfast , lunch and dinner all cooked with a twist and the best the island has to offer
Slightly bleak, distant lady in charge here. But the breakfast was decent. You can compile your own breakfast from the menu. So I had two fried eggs, black pudding, tomatoes, mushrooms, and brown toast. It was beautifully presented, the highlight being the tasty little red and yellow tomatoes, cooked just right. The fried eggs were a bit hard, though, which is often the way. With a cappuccino and a tea, price was Â£12.00 odd.The ethos of the small unit was Italian, though without Italian friendliness. The look of the place was good, but the floor wasn't that clean and the table felt a bit sticky. In any case, I left happy with the breakfast and fuelled for my hike.
4 based on 705 reviews
We are proud to work with a dedicated team of local Island Suppliers. Our meat is sourced from local farms such as Kemphill and Dunsbury by Island Foods Butchers. Our vegetable supplier "5 a day" is based in Ventnor High Street who works with an array of
It is a very elegant restaurant, cute outside and very cosy inside, tables are very posh and accurately dressed with silver cutlery, the atmosphere is enchanting, music volume is soft and tracks are perfect. Food is delicious. Fish was fresh and tasty. Staff is polite and welcoming. Inside the toilet there are proper cloth hand towels, to dispose inside a basket and there is a perfume too! The best restaurant on the Isle of Wight!Wow! That's a fantastic review! Thank you very much!
4 based on 266 reviews
NOW CLOSED FOR THE 2019 SEASON - OPEN EASTER 2020 A fantastic little restaurant that serves up crab pasties to die for and fresh fish and seafood fresh from the waters In front of the cove.
What's not to like? A fab little place right on the coastal path which serves superb crab pasties, salads and in our opinion the best crab sandwiches on the Island! Friendly service, lovely fresh crab and a great spot in the cove. After staying on the Island for six weeks this summer and walking the entire coastal path, we have eaten a LOT of crab sandwiches and this place wins hands down, so we've had to go back a couple of times! Not many tables, but well worth a visit and the possible short wait for a table!
5 based on 344 reviews
We visited the restaurant on a busy Friday night but were bowled over by a range of delicious dishes that were simply delicious. The chefs clearly take great pride in the food they serve and the way in which it was presented. Lovely staff with good service made this a standout meal.
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