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AdvantagesQuiet at lunchtime; no pressure to leave; very good Beef Bourgignon

DisadvantagesLimited main course menu; only veggie option was off

...Ashby's in Southsea is principally a ?boutique hotel? with a restaurant attached to it. It is tucked away behind Palmerston Road, about a hundred yards from the shopping precinct in one direction and the common in the other. It is within easy walking distance of the sea front as well. There is a car park in front of the main entrance to the restaurant. My brother and his wife had had dinner...

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“Come to Sunny Southsea”

published 17/11/2006

AdvantagesPlenty to do

DisadvantagesShingle beach

...will reach Clarence Pier, where there is a funfair in the summer. From here you could take a hovercraft over to Ryde on the Isle of Wight, but the car ferry leaves from Portsmouth. Crossing the common, the imposing Queen's Hotel stands before you on the corner of Osborne Road with its small shops and restaurants. Walking down here will lead you to Palmerston Road, Southsea's main shopping precinct...

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“An Italian in Southsea”

published 14/10/2008

AdvantagesGood food and service

DisadvantagesCrowded at weekends

...It was perhaps surprising with my love of eating out that, after more than a year of moving back to Southsea, I still had not visited the Italian restaurant Rosita's on Elm Grove. Surprising as, apart from an uninspiring-looking Indian restaurant, Rosita's is actually my nearest, being less than five minutes' walk from my home. I quite often go out for a meal with a friend on a Monday evening...

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