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.
Things to do in Lymington
4.5 based on 624 reviews
I can’t begin to tell u what a little gem this place is ...... from the moment we walked in to the time we left it we truly had a fantastic time . The food is exceptional this should be awarded a Michelin star
With it great menu and prices plus brilliant service !
Every effort was made to make sure we was happy in every way .
Will definitely be returning when back to the area !
Thanks to trip advisor with found this place so really hope with this review more people give it a try, I guarantee u will not be disappointed!!!
Thanks again x
4.5 based on 497 reviews
Creating unique and innovative Indian cusine. Rivaaz will guide you through Indian food like no other restaurant in the New Forest. Experience our relaxing atmosphere while indulging in our delicious food created by masters of the cuisine.
We went to this Restaurant with friends. The food was alright, but nothing special; I have had better and I have had worse. The waiter missed a main dish for one of the group ; we accepted that, without a problem. I suggest people read the menu details to ascertain whether service changes are included. The inclusion of service charges on my bill annoyed me beyond dreams. They say this charge is optional, but how many people would dispute this in public???. I'm sorry but I will go elsewhere.
4.5 based on 341 reviews
Authentic Thai Cuisine. Modern, contemporary décor. Family friendly. Excellent service. Fine wines, lager, spirits and soft drinks. Tapas set menus at lunch. Evening a la carte and set menus.
We booked and visited early on a Saturday evening.
We were meet by attentive and helpful staff, as the evening progressed the restaurant filled up and I would say most tables where full by 20:00. There were a lot of takeaways being collected as well so it is popular with the locals. That being said there are no other Thai or Chinese restaurants in the area, so they have a captive market, which may explain the price.
We had two starters, two mains and a side dish of vegetables, one desert and a cider plus a coke. As one of us was gluten free and they offered gluten free we thought we would give it a try and where very disappointed in the gluten free meal. There idea of gluten free was we can do almost everything on the menu but without the sauces, as they are imported, and we don’t know what is in them, but we can do a sauce that is gluten free well that’s what we were told. Well when meal arrived the normal meal was great with plenty of meat in it. But the gluten free one was very bland almost to the point where it was tasteless. And the total bill was almost £70 as someone who lives in just outside the M25 in Buckinghamshire where you would expect to pay less than that for a better quality Thai meal I can honestly say we where very disappointed with the gluten free meal and will not be returning here
5 based on 793 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 year' for 2011, 'chef of the year', 'best local menu' and 'best customer service' 2012 by Hampshire Life magazine.
We came here last summer while on holiday and had a fantastic meal to the point we booked again to have dinner on our last day. Unfortunately I was ill so we left a day early so had to cancel....roll forward 5 months and our youngest asked daily during how Feb break when we were going to Verveine. First time the food was a tastebud's dream, the service spot on; the second time on a cold February day was equally brilliant. We all had a tasting menu which is great value for money. And yes as we left we booked again for our next visit in the Summer. I think it's now set in law that if we at Milford-on-Sea we need to come to this remarkable place with a chef and his team working their magic and the service staff with their warm approachable manner. I for one will make sure I'm a law abiding citizen.
4.5 based on 283 reviews
The Crown Inn Pub and Restaurant - our aim is to accommodate both drinkers and diners alike, within a comfortable contemporary setting (we have tried to mix the old with the new, to create a warm, cosy ambience)We have been here for 6 years, and Phil does all of the cooking, so our main objective is to provide consistently good home-cooked food (which obviously takes time to prepare and cook to your liking) from an extensive menu, using only quality produce.We would like to think that our service is of a similar standard to the food, and that you should feel welcome and 'looked after' at all times.
Visited for lunch today with our elderly aunt. The staff were friendly, attentative and professional. Lovely atmosphere. Food was excellent, not much vegetarian choice but we couldn't fault what we had. So nice not to see risotto as the vegetarian choice. The meat eaters meals were excellent as we the puddings. We just couldn't eat it all! Will definitely be back again soon, couldn't recommend it enough.
4.5 based on 280 reviews
A historic country pub close by Lymington marina and the sea wall.
Booked a table midweek for my husband’s birthday. Four of us in total. Lovely warm welcome on arrival and a roomy table reserved for us. Three of us opted for the ribeye steak special which we all said was the best steak we had ever tasted! Cooked to perfection which so many restaurants/pubs simply can’t do. The fourth main was gnocchi - again delicious. For dessert, two of us had the rhubarb and ginger crumble, served with custard. OMG! This was amazing......
The other two had a brownie and sticky toffee pudding - both so very yummy.
A delightful meal. Faultless and service excellent too. We will definitely be returning to try out the wonderful array of fish specials. Thank you to all front and back of house staff.
4.5 based on 746 reviews
La Perle is a small family-run restaurant, where the menu is completely governed by the British seasons and what can be source locally. 'Seasonal - Local - Ethical' is our motto, with over 90% of our produce sourced from sustainable suppliers based in Hampshire and Dorset.
A treasure of a find! La Perle, although quite bijou offers a big warm welcome, and a menu to salivate over. Myself and my partner although very tempted by the main dinner menu, opted for the French menu as it was too good a deal...MoreHow lovely to hear that your week improved with a visit to La Perle! We agree that our French Menu is excellent value for money and we're so glad that you enjoyed your evening.
4.5 based on 106 reviews
We are situated in the heart of the Village, overlooking the Green, serving Barista cofffees, breakfasts, home made soups and lunches, lovely cakes and desserts. Roasts served on a Sunday, why not bring ypur own favourite tipple! We are also very dog friendly with treats for all.
Another trip out with our good neighbours to enjoy the culinary delights of our new home counties of Hampshire and Dorset drew us to this little gem. Not really a restaurant but a lovely place to have breakfast and lunch. The cuddly waitress gives you...MoreYour review and recommendation has knocked our socks off, a big thank you, see you soon!
4.5 based on 204 reviews
I've passed this delicatessen/café on foot and on bicycle several times, and this morning had morning coffee with panettone -- both excellent. A lovely clean shop: modern but discreet, and with a friendly proprietor and staff. Things on the breakfast and lunch menu — and the specials board — look tempting, and I hope to be back, with friends, to sample more.
The shop sells gluten-free pasta, so I suspect that the café can also cater to coeliacs.
4.5 based on 265 reviews
The Cave is an exciting new concept in enjoying wine. Situated opposite the picturesque Milford on Sea village green, there is always a warm welcome whether you are looking to taste, buy, learn, or simply enjoy a glass of wine, beer, or even coffee with friends. The Cave is open seven days a week for whatever you want to visit us for, so if you have a taste for good wine, beer or coffee, please pop in - there is plenty to browse and enjoy. Relax - Explore - Shop
The cave is fantastic. The staff are knowledgeable in the wine and spirit areas and terribly friendly.
They will do anything to help.
The cave is a wine bar/cocktail bar/bar with the added bonus of being a high class off license.
If your in Milford on Sea the Cave is a must visit whatever the beverage.
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