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The Fighting Cocks is an award winning family friendly Isle of Wight pub offering an excellent range of food and drink for all ages. From a hearty breakfast to start your day, to a light lunch or dinner, The Fighting Cocks offers an extensive menu and seasonal specials board with locally sourced fish, shellfish, meat, and vegetables to tempt every appetite and taste.
My wife and I popped in for a late lunch 14.30 ish. My wife ordered the Steak and Ale light bite, pie and I had the daily special steak and mushroom pie. When my wife tried her pie she found that the meat tasted, "funny"...More
I had not been to the fighting cocks since I was a meat eater a few years ago. It is hard to find somewhere where vegans are catered for and also needed somewhere with easy step free access and an accessible toilet for my elderly...More
I came for lunch with my friend and asked to swap eggs for baked beans because of an allergy to egg. Not only did they do this , they checked every single ingredient on everything else , even down to the ketchup! A lovely meal...More
We’ve eaten here twice now and this is what I call a “proper pub”
It has an old fashioned restaurant area where you can eat without dogs and the bar area where you can take your dogs. They have log fires inside and it has...More
You only have to look at the carpark when passing to know this is a very popular eatery and rightfully so.
Food is always very good and the staff very welcoming.
Have been there many times and standards have remained high.
Great service I had the pie was delicious massive but great my partner had the burger which is loved but most of all we love the fact they did a toddler meal and a children’s meal my little girl is way to small to eat...More
Found this place over the new year period whilst driving around IOW with 10 other members of my family looking for somewhere to eat.
Good range of food, reasonably priced and suitable for all members of my family which ranged from 8 years old to...More
I love The Fighting Cocks. The food is reasonably priced, good quality, they will change things around to suit my dietary needs and the Staff are just sooo Friendly & Nothing is too much trouble, always welcomes & served with Smiles & Chats from Friendly...More
We visited just before Christmas for a Sunday roast and thought we had come across the best roast on the island. The food was fresh, tasty and generous portions with good quality meat. Returning in January hoping for the same, we left very disappointed. First...More