The Spyglass Inn (Ventnor) Reviews
Newest Review: ... air of pretentiousness at the Spyglass but a place where everyone is welcome, families or couples, and all day dining is certainly a bonus, especially as this is not the normal kind of chain food all day dining experience. That said, there was a bit of a breeze on both occasions when we ate there last week, and you'll need a good fleece at this time of the year if you want to enjoy your meal out of doors. There are three separate tables which are slightly protected by the weather due to the design of the porch and these are definitely the prime seats for this time of year. On to the food itself, and a brief glimpse of the menu at the en... more
Customer The Spyglass Inn (Ventnor) Reviews (3)
by Tim G - written on 19/07/10
The other reviewers must be nuts. This place serves some of the worst food I've ever had. Go for a drink and then have a picnic non the beach.
by - written on 02/05/10 (Very useful, 124 readings)
A week's camping holiday in the Isle of Wight, and as good as an excuse as any to try out some different eating experiences. I had seen a brief glimpse of the Spyglass Inn in the Island tourist magazine, but have to confess it was not the reason that we called in for our first visit. The pub is situated on the Esplanade at Ventnor, a popular tourism spot, with fantastic views over the English Channel. It was exactly these views that captured our attention and we decided to give it a go for our anniversary luncheon. The pub itself is privately owned and provides extensive outdoor and indoor seating for dining and drinking. As well as ample seating ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/11/09 (Very useful, 159 readings)
As a coastal town which relies heavily on the tourist industry, Ventnor on the Isle of Wight has its fair share of pubs and restaurants. Whilst some of these eateries produce a top quality dining experience, others fall into the realms of mediocrity. I'm happy to report that 'The Spyglass Inn' is one of the better venues in in the town in which to enjoy a decent meal. Situated in a prime location directly overlooking a vast expanse of open sea, the Spyglass really has a spectacular setting. Look to your left and you'll see Ventnor's splendid Victorian seafront, whilst the view directly ahead of you is of the English Channel. In fact, if you face a certain ... Read the complete review
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