The Waterfront Inn (Shanklin, Isle of Wight) Reviews
Newest Review: ... as some devilishly delicious sounding cocktails (all with a Hollywood theme of course) for under a fiver each. A life size model of Elvis greets you at the bar, as well as some very friendly bar staff. This is still essentially a pub/ bar and not a restaurant, though the food is restaurant quality. The pub food ordering system applies here, you go up to the bar to order food and pay upfront. I suppose this has it's pros and cons. I personally like a less formal atmosphere, and this was there is not so much pressure to tip if you have paid first! On the other hand, I feel if they have my money first are they going to take as much care and ... more
Customer The Waterfront Inn (Shanklin, Isle of Wight) Reviews (2)
by Caren O'Sullivan - written on 29/09/10
My husband and I enjoyed a wonderful meal here; out on the covered deck overlooking the sea as the sun went down with patio heaters on, it felt like the Med. Our hosts have recently taken over this place, David Link & his family were very welcoming and attentive. The daily specials and menu listed inviting selections that did not disappoint us or our fellow diners. I had the 'special' Seafood Gratin, fresh & amazing, himself indulged in Garlic Chicken & new potatoes. We then shared a Chocolate Orange Cheesecake @Marmalade Reduction, just the perfect balance to complete our meal to perfection. We wish the Waterfront Inn every future success and recommend it to one & all. Had I found this restaurant/bistro/bar at the beginning of my Isle of Wight stay, I would not have gone anywhere else!!
by - written on 08/08/09 (Very useful, 430 readings)
On our recent trip to the Isle of Wight, Shanklin was the slightly sleepy but pretty part of the island that we were calling home for the week. The town is nice enough, but we decided for dinner each night, we wanted to eat some where along the seafront and watch the waves. The beach front here has many places to choose from it's filled from end to end with hotels, bars and restaurants. Bizarrely however, none rowdy and the place still seems as tranquil by night as by day. This is not to say everywhere is boring, however. Easily the best place we found for food, drink and a good night was The Waterfront Inn. Situated just over the road from Shanklin's lovely ... Read the complete review
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