Portsmouth’s suburb of Eastney is the home of both ‘octopush’, better known as underwater hockey, an unofficial naturist beach under threat due to property development, and the Southsea Marina, which is in turn home to The Marina Bar, which also houses a great restaurant boasting great views out over the water and the sails of the many berthed yachts. The Marina Bar Restaurant is also a cafe, offering great coffee and light bites, sandwiches and baguettes alongside a wide range of heartier dishes. Choose from the grill or go for a burger, jacket potatoes and British classics, a simple ploughman’s lunch or drop in early for a slap-up breakfast. Find Southsea Marina and this great cafe, bar, and restaurant along Ferry Road, the extension of Fort Cumberland Road.
Good view over the marina. Food came in a good time. Catered well for our party which included a 96 year old, vegetarians and a dog.
One of our party is severely disabled and access, although it appears to be quite easy, proved difficult for our friend. However the waitress was extremely helpful and made brilliant efforts in helping, not only with the food but also with providing access via the fire door. Great value for money and varied the menu choices to suit. Highly recommended.
Good food. Quiet environment and friendly service. Perfect for meeting an old friend. Home cooked food with lots of choice. Very reasonable prices. Thank you.