Find out what Asian restaurants to try in Cowes. 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.
Things to do in Cowes
5 based on 78 reviews
A jazz cafe & vegan tapas bar with regular live music set in the courtyard of the picturesque and historic Staplehurst Grange.
We were at Django's for the music, wondering whether the long drive into the countryside would be worth it. Any fears were soon dispelled by the attractive setting, lovely buildings, and friendly welcome. I only had a piece of cake, but it was delicious. As delicious as the music, in fact, but Paul Armfield, like Django's, is well worth finding.
3 based on 152 reviews
Tel 01983 200378
This really is a gem, but if you want a glass of wine or beer with your curry then you need to take it with you. The restaurant will send a waiter to Sainsburyâs for you but this does take time.Food is very good, staff very friendly and accommodating.Traditional but tired decor but always busy and food speaks for itself.
4 based on 98 reviews
Specialising in Indian Thali dishes. Weddings and private parties welcome. Private dinning and offsite catering options available.
We placed an order for collection this evening as we had family visiting from the mainland. Weâve ordered from Spice Central before and never had any issues. Unfortunately, the Goan fish curry was missing so I called to ask if this could be delivered, which it couldnât as they donât do deliveries and I was told that there wasnât the staff to help us.I asked for a refund on the Goan curry but was refused and told to âcollect the money on Fridayâ. This was utterly ridiculous and I had to argue for my money back and they told me to come down and hung-up on me. When I got there, the kitchen staff brought me the missing dish and apologised, but then the person I spoke with on the phone said âno, not sorry as they want their money backâ.To make matters worse, he only handed me Â£10 which isnât the price of the curry and when giving me the money he then said âare you happy now?!â.The service I received was beyond disgusting, and Iâve never been treated like this before and I WILL make sure that everyone is aware of my experience. Iâm extremely disappointed...
3 based on 215 reviews
Recently visited.Complex menu, but most dishes looked the same! The waiters didnât even seem to know what was in the dishes! Dirty toilets and staff were not welcoming in anyway, even though we were a group and it was empty! Would suggest, trying somewhere else!
Prosecco and dim sum bar set in a grade 2 listed butchers shop
You must try this little gem. Recent opened, food is absolutely spot on. We went in for lunch and had a selection of dim sum and accompanying salads. Have never tasted dim sum like it before. Would revisit Cowes JUST to come back to this place.
4 based on 330 reviews
Taste of India offers a great tasting menu to its guests, depending on their varied tastes. From a starter to main course, everything tastes really delicious. Our mission is to have every guest who comes through our doors leave impressed by our service an
We came across this restaurant on the way back to the Redfunnel Ferry. As we were short of time (30 mins), we thought it would be best to grab a take away. When we arrived at the restaurant we were warmly greeted by the manager, who offered (free drinks) and chatted with us while we waited for the food. He also spent a lot of time discussing the different dishes for the vegetarian and gluten-free guests amongst us. The food arrived within 5-10 mins and the manager kindly gave us complimentary wooden utensils and paper plates as he knew we were eating the food in transit. He also recommended we ate the food inside the waiting area of red funnel ferries as there were tables and chairs that we could use. This was a great tip and it became a very enjoyable and economical way of eating a meal. The food was extremely tasty and we managed to eat everything including the complimentary poppadoms and sauces/dips. We will definitely return if we visit the Isle of Wight again. However, the manager has given us details of his friend who has a restaurant near where we live in London and as he recommended it, we will definitely be eating there too. We eat a lot of Indian food both at home and out and the food at the Taste of India was some of the best we have had. Enjoy!Thanks a lot for providing us with your review. It means a lot for us to be able to continuously learn and develop our service offer. I will pass on your feedback about Chan. I hope to see you next time when you visit the Island.Regards,TOI
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