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
4.5 based on 500 reviews
Mojac's is open 5 evenings a week for dinner (Tues-Sat) and will open for lunch for parties of 8 or more with 24 hours' notice. We do not cater for children and do not allow under 10's after 7pm. Mojac's Restaurant and Bar aims to provide all customers with a friendly environment in which they can enjoy a cocktail, one of our many gins, just a nibble or dessert or a meal from our regularly changed menu offering excellent quality fresh produce and always complimented by our efficient friendly service. Our menu features many gluten free dishes and we are happy to help with other special dietary needs.
Great welcome. All of the meals presented and tasted fantastic. Service outstanding. Belly pork main and Quails egg starter all perfectly cooked. Well done.
5 based on 478 reviews
Alacarte restaurant in Newport offering a selection of local fish and seafood and great steaks. An upmarket restaurant with an emphasis on customer service and attention to detail with crisp linen table cloths and napkins.
We read the reviews and we chose Burr’s for a family anniversary last week.
This delightful small restaurant needs no further accolades from me. It is the tops.
The service is attentive, friendly and efficient but not intrusive with an excellent Maitre D in charge.
We chose the steaks and the rack of lamb from the comprehensive menu, all delicious and cooked to perfection.
It was an occasion to remember. We shall certainly return.
4.5 based on 303 reviews
Long established, family run business, set menu, a la carte and catch of the day, fresh local seafood, steak/meat dishes, vegetarian options, special dietary needs catered for wherever possible
we walked into a totally empty restaurant for lunch on a typically dead Cowes January day. The owner was extremely friendly but only supported by a very young couple of staff, who were a little out of their depth both customer service and knowledge wise.
The starters were superb, the mains were okay and the mixed veg shared between us bland and uninspiring. I was expecting to give Murrays 5/5 and want to return asap, it could easily have been 3 but the owners explanation of illness to the chef was enough for me to be generous and probably try again one evening.
4 based on 154 reviews
Six of us had an enjoyable meal in an otherwise empty restaurant, on a night when several other restaurants in the street were rammed. So, don't be put off by the decor.
4 based on 167 reviews
Average service, a bit slow at times. me and my friend had a bacon and brie bagette , I asked for crispy bacon and it wasn't. We waitted longer than we would of liked to. But when it arrived it was a tasty baguette, it can get busy between 11:30am and 1pm
4.5 based on 109 reviews
It is a restaurant in it's own right , without the hotel - a majority of bookings are from locals & non-residents
To celebrate our 45th wedding anniversary we booked a table for ourselves and some special friends. Served by a number of staff during the evening, they were all relaxed, courteous, and engaging - as well as being themselves. All of this made for a really relaxing atmosphere.
We were able to fine tune items from the menu to suit individual tastes, and the food was exactly as we wished. All plates were empty by the time we had finished each course!
4.5 based on 927 reviews
My girlfriend and I visited The Coast for the first time the other day and absolutely loved it. My girlfriend is Lactose Intolerant and they were really accommodating and went out of their way to help. We were served by Hannah and Frank who both went above and beyond! Absolutely amazing service!! Will definitely a back!
4.5 based on 159 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 or if you are a yachtsman or yachtswoman, needing any early breakfast.
Used this Cafe many times before, but the staff today where rude, unwelcoming and bordering on offensive. Will not be going again .... plenty of better cafes in Cowes. I would not give another penny to the rude female staff that served us today!
4.5 based on 214 reviews
An intimate restaurant tucked away in the old town of Cowes.
Service with a smile and a joke. Nothing was to much trouble.A small but fresh menu with something for everyone.My husband felt the food was as good as mine.Big compliment from him. Perfect steak and fish .It was such good value and so delicious we went twice in our few days on the island.Pleasure to leave this review.
4.5 based on 78 reviews
we thought it was about time we gave Sails a visit and weren't disappointed. My sausage hot pot was superb as was the fresh roll that accompanied it. the service was friendly and prompt, my only issue was the loss of skin on my throat( slight exaggeration) from the ridiculously boiling latte that was also lovely once i drank it after eating!! will return soon.
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