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Keats Cottage in Isle of Wight

76, High Street, Shanklin, Isle of Wight Isle of Wight
01983639661
8,7

Based on 320 reviews found in 2 websites


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Score and reviews

This is different. Shanklin has a lot to offer. But don’t miss this one. It has history and an atmosphere.
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30 June 2018
8.0
The Pre theatre menu choice is small but perfect, a choice of two starters, two mains and two desserts. Service is efficient but never feels rushed. The chicken schnitzel is highly recommended, but just for a change I tried the vegetarian lasagna, and yes I can highly recommend that too!
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30 April 2018
10.0

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04/05/2018: Decided to eat here while is Shanklin after reading so many good reviews. It was so worth it.
14/07/2018: The food in this restaurant is beautifully cooked and presented. The chef has a really light touch with flavours and we were a bit worried about the chicken with a cab sav sauce. It worked very well and the sauce was just right and enhanced the chicken rather than overpowering it. The pork was equally tasty. My only (very slight) reservation is that it is quite a small menu, but if everything is this good, who cares.
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Thompson's

19/06/2018: Cheerfully met by Freddy and Sophie at Thompsons for the set Menu at Saturday Lunch time.
16/05/2018: I'm a vegetarian (for 35 years - not a recent 'clean eating' type). I love food but I never expect much when eating out. To all vegetarians, I say - head for Thomson's!!! The staff are attentive and pleasant. They get top marks for bringing me a veggie amuse bouche - you have no idea how often staff don't seem to recognise that someone who orders veggie food might not eat meat or fish and bring on a titbit that you can't eat. In fact, there were two amuse bouches (what's the proper plural?) both veggie and both delicious. AND there was sourdough bread with the most delicious goat's milk butter. The asparagus and deep fried egg was great and the barbecued hispi cabbage with romesco and manchego was a complete taste triumph. (Minor quibble - the crispy cabbage topping wasn't crispy.) The red rioja recommended on the menu was fantastic. I absolutely loved this restaurant. I live in Lancashire, which is maybe a good thing for my waistline because if I lived closer I'd come here very, VERY often.

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