The Sloop Inn (Ryde, Isle of Wight) Reviews
Newest Review: ... a large party with children it was the only available sitting for a party our size. After settling the children and taking off coats and sitting their for more than 5 minutes the bar man very rudely asked if he we could read as there was a sign saying no under 18's in the area we picked. We did not notice the sign, however there was clearly an under 18 on the table next to us in the designated bar area who were visibly eating!! We then moved to the back of the restaurant, which was busy. Looking for a table we clearly was in the way of a waitress who was angered that we were in her way and walked back in to the kitchen area swearing about ... more
Customer The Sloop Inn (Ryde, Isle of Wight) Reviews (6)
by - written on 10/08/11
We visited this carvery about 2.30 pm, the service was good the food even better with multiple choices of veg. The Turkey, beef and gammon were absolutely amazing. This size meal for £ 3.69 was incredible i would have paid much more for this. So i cannot fault the food, the staff were very helpfull and friendly. Great VFM well done and thank you Sloop. One minor criticism some of the seats were stained and need a good clean. Out of 10 its a 9 from me and my family and we will be back.
by CW - written on 26/02/11
Myself, mum and son were looking for somewhere to eat so when we came across The Sloop we decided to go there as it looked busy. On entering we were quite impressed. Nice looking pub with stunning views across the water and that's where it ended. We had 3 carvery meals. The beef itself was horrendous. You could hardly cut into it let alone eat it. It was gristle and very tough. The veg looked frozen (sweed for sure). Such a shame as it could be a little gold mine. Charge a £1 or 2 more and buy quality meat. We won't return.
by Sarah - written on 04/12/10
Unfortunately we never got to comment on the quality of the food, which I hear is good as we were so off put by the appalling service we received prior to even ordering!! To start with we sat down in the bar area being a large party with children it was the only available sitting for a party our size. After settling the children and taking off coats and sitting their for more than 5 minutes the bar man very rudely asked if he we could read as there was a sign saying no under 18's in the area we picked. We did not notice the sign, however there was clearly an under 18 on the table next to us in the designated bar area who were visibly eating!! We then moved to the back of Read the complete review
by - written on 16/02/10, updated on 23/02/10 (Very useful, 596 readings)
I recently visited this pub whilst on a week long break to the Island about 2 months ago. The pub is situated in Wootton bridge, which is located roughly between Ryde and Newport. The pub offers a tasty carvery for £3.50 per adult Monday - Saturday. (However, I've just checked the website and the current price is now £3.59). On Sundays the price is £6.50 each. Originally when driving past, we noticed the signs and was a bit apprehensive about the food, as it seemed very cheap, but we was not disappointed. The carvery is based right on the Wooton Creek, with tables to the rear of the pub having great views looking over the creek. We visited in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/09, updated on 17/01/09 (Very useful, 940 readings)
Getting cheap pub food is becoming more and more difficult these days; in some places, a baked potato can set you back over eight-quid! - that's why I was impressed when I heard about the £3.50 carvery at the Sloop Inn on the Isle of Wight. The Sloop is situated in Wootton Bridge which is located in the North East quarter of the Island. Perched on the waters edge, the building has an outdoor seating area which is a pleasure to sit in during the summer whilst watching the sunset across the water. To be honest, I had eaten at the Sloop a couple of years ago - and vowed never to do so again... I remember ordering the roast beef, which turned out to be ... Read the complete review
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