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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Somewhere to eat.

    Quote Originally Posted by Boz View Post
    I reckon there is a touch of 'Emperor's Clothes' about the B & O - We've had to send two meals back, both with under cooked Chicken, any Chef should know better,,,,,
    Agree 100% about the "emperors Cloths", i said as much last night when i went there for a meal with a friend, it was absolutely packed inside and out, but the Rose had very few people in. B and O far too crowded, so went to the Rose. Not been to the Red Lion in Chelmo for years, must drop in again soon.

  2. #22
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    Default Re: Somewhere to eat.

    Maldon tandoori for a curry - first class service and quality food.

    At the other side of the crouch there's the Plough and sail again good quality food and service
    Last edited by jon and michie; 18-06-17 at 15:06.

  3. #23
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    Default Re: Somewhere to eat.

    Quote Originally Posted by Plum View Post
    Sticking with the East Coast, I recommend The Anchor at Rowhedge. Free mooring alongside the quay at the green for at least 2 hours around HW before dropping down to Pyfleet Creek for a quiet night.

    Www.solocoastalsailing.co.uk
    As a Rowhedge resident, I've given up on the Anchor... It's always been variable in quality and there are lots of much nicer places in the area where you can eat much cheaper... Expensive, below average pub food, relying on it's location.
    Larry Botheras

    Colvic Victor 35 "Gladys"

  4. #24
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    Default Re: Somewhere to eat.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cantata View Post
    If you mean the Surin Thai in Harbour Street (Ramsgate), we were in there for the first time last night and thought it was excellent - went there because the Thai Orchid was fully booked.
    +1 for the Surin, always excellent

  5. #25
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    Default Re: Somewhere to eat.

    Another +1 for Flavours by Kumar in Ramsgate. Maybe not quite as good as I'd been led to believe, but certainly better than the average curry shop.

    The Oyster Smack Inn in Burnham is always good.

    The Galley in Woodbridge was lovely the one time that we went there. Must go back.

  6. #26
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    Jan 2010
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    Chelmsford; Boat at SYH
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    Default Re: Somewhere to eat.

    I have had many meals in the Butt and Oyster. It is busy and pricey and i have had a couple of bad meals and poor service, but i just have to keep going back.

    The place to avoid at all cost is The Wheelhouse at Woolverstone Marina. You don't want to pay for food poisoning, so I have heard.

    I am in SYH and the food in the lightship is mostly very good and reasonably priced. Beer and wine cheap too.

  7. #27
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    Default Re: Somewhere to eat.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bru View Post
    The Alma,Harwich. Bit pricey but steaks to die for
    We're off the the Alma tomorrow evening, just formulating the passage plan from Shotley.

  8. #28
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    RHYC,Suffolk +Lagos,Portugal
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    Default Re: Somewhere to eat.

    Quote Originally Posted by XTE View Post

    The place to avoid at all cost is The Wheelhouse at Woolverstone Marina.
    Now called " The Riverside" , new owner as of last year.

  9. #29
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    Default Re: Somewhere to eat.

    Quote Originally Posted by WF36 View Post
    Now called " The Riverside" , new owner as of last year.
    Ah yes, sorry. The Riverside is what I should have said. I know some in Wolverstone Marina that now refuse to go there. A terrible shame.

  10. #30
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    Default Re: Somewhere to eat.

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulRainbow View Post
    We're off the the Alma tomorrow evening, just formulating the passage plan from Shotley.
    Tricky passage that, I wish you luck

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