In the historic market town of Fareham lies a true delight. The charming Roundabout Hotel, is a quaint 19th century hotel serving up wholesome and home-cooked British cuisine for lunch and dinner and is conveniently located in the town centre making in the perfect spot for a fun night out with the family or group of friends. With a large range of menu items, it’s certainly hard to choose but we recommend perhaps trying their coq au vin, delicious lamb chops or refreshing rainbow trout paired with a delicious glass of wine their talented team can assist you in selecting. Situated along Wallington Shore Road, this British gem also boasts a stunning fireplace for you to relax and unwind in front of after your meal – so book today, you’ll thank us.
There are two menus we ate off the a la carte menu. The food was good, portions very large and waiting team very friendly. The wine list is small but there are some good wines on it.
Amazing yummy food.....staff very friendly. Will be booking again very soon for another afternoon tea! Will also book for a gift. Excellent value for money.
Staff were very attentive. Portion sizes were plentiful and food was excellent at very reasonable prices. Was pleasantly surprised that outside traffic noise didn't intrude. Overall an enjoyable experience.
I enjoyed a quiet lunch at the Roundabout yesterday. In spite of it being so quiet, when a lot of 'fine' restaurants tend to drop their standards, the service was excellent! And, when the food arrived (promptly), it was delicious. The food was beautifully prepared and presented and I can't wait for my next visit to the Fareham area. I will undoubtedly be visiting the Roundabout again! I would (and do) heartily recommend a visit.
Had a wonderful leisurely Sunday Lunch with the family for my sons birthday. 8 people, 6 had Sunday roast which could not be faulted, generous portion of meat and lovely selection of veggies. One person had the Mixed Grill, which was very generous and almost got my son-in-law beat. Unfortunately my sons fish platter was in his word "Underwhelming". Although it looked very nice comprising of Scampi, Calamari, and fish pieces, he said there was no real distinction between the fish, which did not taste fresh and the calamari was over cooked. This aside, the rest of the meal and service we could not fault. To be fair he did not feel it necessary to complain about the meal, just felt a little disappointed. However, the Bread and Butter Pudding was to die for!! The staff even found some sparklers to put on the cake we had supplied, which we had certainly not expected. We all left feeling we had slightly overindulged, but very happy. Would certainly return again for Sunday lunch
The stay was very good , 2 bedrooms were excellent the third bedroom was a problem because of mobility- it was the access of the stairs , nothing wrong with the bedroom .Meals were excellent - excellent portions & vegetables were served in a ' lazy susan ' - brilliant idea . The bacon was first class - not the supermarket rubbish .& eggs free range . The staff were very helpful & full of energy . I would stay there again .
Food was good value and very nice. Puddings were excellent. Not one of the party had a bad word about their meal. Beer prices were reasonable and good selection of lager. Ales were not on the day we visited but awaiting a delivery.
Lovely afternoon tea with a friend. Quite quiet but early afternoon when we went. Staff helpful and friendly. Food was fine, no issues. Would go again with groupon voucher, not sure id pay full price for the afternoon tea though
Great restaurant great food served really promptly and we were the only people in there for a Thursday night food was a bit slow in coming out but reasonably priced food
good food and lady very helpful we enjoyed our visit and will go again. It was a quiet time when we went . the food was very tasty and lots of it.