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“Not worth the wait”
Review of Seven - CLOSED

Seven
Price range: US$8 - US$51
Cuisines: Seafood, Contemporary
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Good for: Local cuisine
Dining options: Breakfast, After-hours, Outdoor Seating, Reservations
Description: Seven is situated in the Historic West wight villiage of Brighstone, just seven miles from Newport, seven miles from Yarmouth and seven miles from Freshwater. Seven is located next to the 12th century church of St Mary and our summer terrace overlooks the churchyard, the perfect place to spend a sunny afternoon. Our newly refurbished bistro & coffee house is a cosy place to spend some time, and our menu caters for all tastes, from a quiet drink to a 3 course meal. We have four freshly decorated ensuite bed and breakfast rooms, perfect for a relaxing break. Stunning walks and cycle routes surround the village offering great views to the sea and countryside to the north.
Reviewed 11 August 2014 via mobile

Ordered two cheese and red onion sandwiches a pot of tea for one and a pint of larger had to wait forty five minutes to arrive then was charged £19.50 for the pleasure. Exspensive!

Thank Phil B
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Reviewed 27 July 2014

Fresh sardines on a bed of salad new potatoes was prefect, sitting outside on a lovely Sunday afternoon made it even better.
If you like simple home cooked food done really well give this a try.

Thank Simon W
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Reviewed 23 July 2014

Came to Brighstone for a cream tea as my Dad had come there years ago to the tea gardens....which no longer exist!! We decided to park up anyway and googled cream teas and came across Seven. A lovely spot with a nice outdoor seating area. The lady couldn't have been more helpful, and even took our 2 children to see the dinosaur foot in her garden! The cream teas were delicious and the service and friendliness brilliant!
Thankyou!

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Thank JemmaLouise5
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Reviewed 16 July 2014

We had a very enjoyable dinner here, the menu has good seafood and fish choices and a wide range of other options. Service very friendly and prompt. We will definitely return.

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Thank Jelly4fish
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Reviewed 14 July 2014

This is an ideal stop for cyclists and walkers on this side of the Island. Menu offers a wide range of options from sandwiches to a full blown three course meal. Booked ahead as we had a party of 10. All of us wanted something different which the menu accommodated. Kids had their own menu. Good German lager on tap. The food did not arrive at same time due to size of order. I think they would be stretched if they were full. Food overall good and location in sunshine made it very enjoyable. Fish dishes recommended. Good size roast as well!

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Thank MrStuffy65
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