Find out what Steakhouse restaurants to try in Bembridge. Bembridge is a village and civil parish located on the easternmost point of the Isle of Wight. It had a population of 3,848 according to the 2001 census of the United Kingdom, leading to claims by residents that Bembridge is the largest village in England. Bembridge is home to many of the Island's wealthiest residents. The population had reduced to 3,688 at the 2011 Census.
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4 based on 368 reviews
Modern, beach front location with views out over the Chanel. Seating inside and out people watching no problem.Plenty of options on the menu. You can choose to cook your own food on a hot rock. As well as the normal seaside fare.Food is good but could be better with a little imagination. Staff are young and helpful happy to talk but need a little training. The inside decor needs softening.Could be a great place with location.
4 based on 372 reviews
Well presented restaurant Have been here before and had good meals Waiting time poor Steak was shocking
4 based on 301 reviews
Let me briefly talk you through my one and only experience of this place. A few days ago I took my wife out for dinner. We went to the Corner Grill. On entering, we were not so much greeted as challenged with a "Have you booked?" question from a female member of staff who I assume was the manager. Ironic considering that the place was, apart from two or three covers, deserted. We told her we hadn't and she waved towards the general restaurant area, effectively telling us that we could sit anywhere we liked on the tables laid for two people.We sat ourselves down and after a few minutes the same lady came over to us. She slapped a couple of menus down on our table. She told us that there was no swordfish and walked off again. It was all a little bit abrupt and to be honest, got my back up a little bit. The icing on the cake came moments later when we heard raised voices coming from around a corner. There was lots of shouting, loud laughter and lots of swearing with the 'F' word used liberally. The manager shouted across the restaurant to whoever was creating the disturbance, effectively asking them to keep the noise down. It was clear that she was shouting at staff and not customers.Our initial impression of the restaurant was not favourable and we decided that in the circumstances we would not be staying. As we left, I looked round the corner and saw that the shouting and swearing had been coming from a couple of young lads in the kitchen. They saw that I was not happy and the manager, when I told her that we were leaving and why, gave them a look. One of the young lads clearly found it amusing because he sarcastically and rather mockingly shouted "Oops!" as we walked out.I can't comment on the standard of food, but I can comment on the standard of the staff. There is no doubt that those I encountered on that night were atrocious. The manager, if that's what she is, couldn't have been less bothered and the kitchen staff acted like out and out yobs. I will not be going back.I patiently waited for this review You had been asked if you had booked as there was a booking at 9pm so we could confirm if it was you or still to arrive. Why not be honest? You left as you heard from the kitchen not swearing at all however about a same sex marriage which you said upon exit is disgusting so in 2019 if a little conversation of a friend gettinf married to yes his 2 males makes you sick and feel thw need to leave then im glad you left as to be honest your very small minded and stuck in a past life It's 2019 not 1920
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