Reviews on Seafood food in Lymington, England, United Kingdom. Lymington /ˈlɪmɪŋtən/ is a port town on the west bank of the Lymington River on the Solent, in the New Forest district of Hampshire, England. It faces Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, to which there is a car ferry service operated by Wightlink. It is within the civil parish of Lymington and Pennington.
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5 based on 970 reviews
Verveine is both a traditional village fishmonger and a fine dining restaurant that specialises in fresh fish and shellfish that are caught in the UK shores. We are a multi award-winning restaurant with the accolades of 'best restaurant' and 'chef of the
We opted for the highly-recommended 6-course option for a birthday lunch and were NOT disappointed. The food was both interesting and delicious, served by knowledgable friendly staff with a well judged pace. The whole meal was exceptional value for money considering the extremely high quality and professional attention to detail. Wine was also very good (albeit expensive as always) and every plate was virtually licked clean. Verveine was an excellent discovery to which we shall undoubtedly return - and soon!
4 based on 383 reviews
A historic country pub close by Lymington marina and the sea wall.
We looked this place up as we love seafood , but things went rapidly wrong. We thought we would have a medley of starters with fries. So we chose the tempura prawns, whitebait and the herb crusted halloumi. So so disappointing!! All was from the freezer and deep fried, dripping and with fat. If we wanted that we could have gone to Iceland. We could not eat the whitebait and when I mentioned this to the waitress, she was rude. " oh we have never had a complaint befor". I am a qualified chef and am not easy to please, but this was just lazy and stupid. As I said, can not say re main courses. But why do frozen crap starters??? Not! Recommended.Thank you for taking the time to voice your concerns to the world that we thought were dealt with adequately and civilly at the time. At the time of your meal you only complained about the whitebait, the rest of your plates were cleared of food and not complained about. The white bait was then removed from your bill. I donât think there is a pub in the world which sells unfrozen whitebait, as a chef you would probably know that, like 99% of non chefs do as well. Iâm not sure how else you could tempura batter a fresh king prawn without deep frying it either? The halloumi is fresh made and yes deep fried. âDripping in fatâ is subjective, much like describing battered king prawns, whitebait and halloumi as a seafood dinner. I do hope you try us again for the other 15 or so fresh fish specials on the black board most days. Regard, David
4 based on 662 reviews
Our waterfront bar & restaurant offers unrivalled views over Lymington and the Solent, making it the perfect spot for a drink, bite to eat or a quality evening meal. Located at the beautiful Lymington Yacht Haven on the edge of the New Forest, our friendl
Recommended to us by locals and we were not disappointed. Easy to find, easy to park (free) and easy to enjoy with such good food and service. We pre-booked a window table for 6 which proved sensible even for the first day of October as the restaurant was quite busy. Ringwood bitter (Â£4.10/pint) was well kept and full of hops. Some of our party opted for the sandwiches (all priced at (Â£10 with chips) with crayfish and marie rose sauce very popular. More adventurous chose Mussels with garlic cream sauce (Â£12.50 for starter size and no chips) were sensational. Large plump flesh, perfectly cooked so still sweet and moist with a delicate cream sauce served with crusty white bread. Outstanding dish!!
5 based on 27 reviews
The Wheel Inn at Bowling Green is now a community run, country inn with traditional real ales and a friendly atmosphere. We serve locally sourced, fresh good food and we have a large selection of ales, ciders, lagers, wines, spirits and soft drinks. The p
Rented a cottage nearby, we drove from Devon, rest of family from Kent.Booked a table for my wife's 60th.A charming little pub,small car park.A friendly welcome from staff and locals.It was a Saturday night, not over busy,settled at our table(5 adults 2 children and a dog) The Menu was not massive,but a mixed selection,drinks served by a friendly lady,also brought a game from behind the bar for our grandchildren.Food ordered we sat back to enjoy our birthday evening.Service was amazing,staff friendly and the food was served hot.My it was amazing.Thank you all for a special night and looking after us so well.
3 based on 27 reviews
Our annual holiday to the New Forest usually includes at least one fish and chips takeaway from Deep Blue, despite their high prices. I don't know what's changed there, but we were disappointed with unevenly cut and cooked chips, and rather a poor piece of fish. This was not good value, and we won't risk it again.
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