Discover Restaurants offering the best International food in Cowes, England, United Kingdom. Cowes (/kaʊz/) is an English seaport town and civil parish on the Isle of Wight. Cowes is located on the west bank of the estuary of the River Medina, facing the smaller town of East Cowes on the east bank. The two towns are linked by the Cowes Floating Bridge, a chain ferry.
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4 based on 123 reviews
It is a restaurant in it's own right , without the hotel - a majority of bookings are from locals & non-residents
After two excellent meals elsewhere in Cowes, I wasnât expecting anything special in a hotel restaurant, but we thoroughly enjoyed our dinner and the friendly and efficient service that brought it to us. My ham hock terrine starter and seafood pasta main were each tasty, well cooked and a generous portion. Prices are reasonable. A good dining experience.Dear NicholasThank you so much for your comments we really appreciate them. We are so glade you enjoyed your experience with us at the New Holmwood Hotel in our restaurant. I will pass your remarks onto our team and look forward to welcoming you back in the near future.Best regardsJulian
4 based on 180 reviews
Eegon's of Cowes is a well known and legendary cafe in Cowes, Isle of Wight in England. It has a 5 Star Food and Hygiene Rating. Everyone is welcome. It has superb meals at great value and is famous for filling up if you are at The Isle of Wight Festival
As soon as you walk in you get greeted by the staff but I found it a bit strange that there was no radio/music or anything of the sort playing. It was VERY quiet and it made the atmosphere not so welcoming. I had the half breakfast with hash browns on the side and it was quite pricey. It was very tasty but I would expect more for the money paid.
Had been looking forward to visiting this establishment following a recommendation from a friend. Also had seen that they were offering gin tasting which as keen gin drinkers we were keen to sample. However, the female member of staff serving was most unwelcoming (we were the only customers in the shop at the time), she had a complete lack of communication skills, we had to ask how the sampling process worked (as if we should know) and then ask for tonic to go with the gin. It was a great shame as lovely shop and some super wines and gins in stock. Sadly for them they lost a sale from us that day - we would have happily been prepared to purchase a couple of bottles of gin but the poor customer service and lack of interaction changed our minds.
the anchor inn is a typical english pub.The staff are friendly and efficient.Free wi-fi is available which was a good service to provide for customers.The menu was varied,choices to suit every taste including kids.Portions were also hearty enough for even the big eater.Prices very reasonable.Good choice of beers.I would highly recommend the rump steak,cooked to my liking.My wife also liked the cheeseburger,kids(4) loved their food also.In fact we all liked the food so much that during our seven days holiday we had our dinner three times.This restaurant deserves 5 stars.If we return on holiday would go back no problem.
4 based on 159 reviews
Iâve visited the Artisan since 20 July and have met Jamie, Lynette, Angus, Ben, Rob and Anthony as the bar staff. Anthony served me my first ever Artisan coffee last Sunday. The atmosphere is outstanding.I have met Jamie most often out of the staff, who, like the other staff is very accommodating to customersâ individual needs, who provide a warm welcome to me and other customers.I also made my first ever visit to the Upstairs part of the Artisan on 28 September which Iâd not got around to visiting before last Saturday where they have an additional bar and seating.The Artisan also holds live music.I have varied having one or more soft cold and hot drinks to one or more drinks and a meal, and staying for a few minutes through to an hour or longer, depending on the occasion in question, but whatever the duration, I always arrive and leave feeling happy at the Artisan.The Artisan has many alcoholic drinks including cocktails, as well as soft drinks including an exquisite orange juice from freshly squeezed oranges, and a separate fizzy orange juice drink, plus specialist rhubarb and separately apple drinks among the wide variety of drinks they sell.At my most recent visit, Lynette and Jamie were on duty. On this occasion, Jamie took my order at the bar counter and also delivered my fish & chips meal to my table (an excellent size portion of both) where I watched and listened to a Jazz trio performing to my right at the far end of the downstairs (entrance) room.Wow thankyou for your fantastic review, it really is much appreciatedAnthony
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