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This was a first visit to Lemoni. The waiter was very pleasant but the food I had (turkey and pork) was quite dry and salty! I'm afraid that has put me off from a return visit.More Lemoni Grill House, Southampton reviews
As it was my wife's birthday I wanted to take her somewhere special and decided to try your new restaurant.We were greeted by very pleasant staff who gave us plenty of time to decide on what to have.We both had starters and mains accompanied by half litre of house wine but could not find enough room for a desert just enough for a cup of coffee.The food was nicely presented and the waiter also enquired if we were enjoying the meal.All in all a very enjoyable and pleasant time for a very reasonable price,will definitely be returning soon.More Lemoni Grill House, Southampton reviews
Sunday carvery is lovely! Roast spuds to die for!!More The Eldon Arms, Southsea reviews
At last some authentic Thai food ! The Thai tapas lunch was great. can't wait for the Bury St.Edmunds branch to open where I live !More Giggling Squid, Salisbury reviews
The food ,surroundings, staff and atmosphere were outstanding. If Carlsberg did restaurants they would do one like this. Many thanks to all concerned.More Crustacean Restaurant, Weymouth reviews
We went here for birthday celebrations in July 2015. Fantastic. Food good and no fat on meat. Cooking your own how you want it on hot stone was fun. Would definately recommend and go again.More Legends by the Sea, Isle of Wight reviews
It is new open place so not many people know about it yet. I am chef from Birmingham and I was there with my wife today. I must say that food is amazing and staff is kind and friendly. I had a see bass with creamy saffron sauce, my wife had a crab and spinach ravioli. My see bass had crispy skin and sauce was absolutely amazing, additionally I had fresh cooked new potato. Ravioli was homemade and was delicious. For desserts I had cheese board which was ok and my wife had raspberries cream brûlée and that was best cream brûlée I and she ever had. I recommend that place to everyone.More Crustacean Restaurant, Weymouth reviews
Had hot meze for lunch last week. We didn't have to wait long for the food to arrive. Gorgeous colours and delicious. Plenty of pitta bread on the side as well. The Chardonnay was chilled and crisp. Highly recommended.More Ada Mediterranean Kitchen, Isle of Wight reviews
Beautiful coffee shop and outdoor terrace. Very friendly efficient staff. Homemade cakes were so yummy I will be back.More House Twenty8, Basingstoke reviews
July 2015 We visit Swanage every year and usually have 2-3 meals at the upstairs Mowlem restaurant during our stay. This has now changed. I would not recommend the place to anyone. We were taken to our table at approximately 8.30 pm, placed an order which took over 40 minutes to arrived (yes 9.10 pm -others being served around us - there was nothing ordered that warranted this length of time cooking) - my son had Penne Arrabatia - not a single piece of penne pasta in the bowl and when he had eaten it the bowl had a layer of oil at the bottom.My meal arrived last, I chose the Salmon with vegetables (£14.95) it arrived the vegetables were disgusting and dried out and colourless, apparently from the carvery server - how long does it take for mash potato to dry out? celeriac which I thought was cauliflower, red cabbage (I presume); rock hard honeyed parsnips (two about 3 cm long) and mashed carrot (I think) the size of the portions were also an insult, somewhere between a teaspoon and dessert spoon.The cook (definitely not a chef) advised that he had selected the vegetables himself, so lord knows what the peas or other green vegetables looked like. He also disagreed about his parsnips mentioned earlier and picked my knife and fork and tried to cut through them above me. The cook then said he would get me another plate but would take 10 minutes, I declined as I am not sure what would have come back. I believe for the amount this meal was being charged for should have had fresh vegetables.I will allow that the Salmon was lovely (freshly cooked as well). But I didn't touch the vegetables. At the end of the meal I took my plate with me to pay which was quickly whipped away with the quick comment that the 'chef' had already told them of the issue. We did get a partial refund but attitude of staff was not the best - makes you wonder how many other issues they have during the day.The rest in our group meals were OK but because of my issue it put a pall over the whole meal. They also know I am not a person who makes complaints without reason and would rather soldier on. I will definitely miss eating in this restaurant with its fantastic sea viewsMore Quayside Restaurant, Swanage reviews