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The Seahorse is a casual dining restaurant, bar and coffee shop that’s as charming as its name suggests. We just love it, as does the rest of Gosport. You can find it on Broadsands Drive in Alverstoke where an entirely homemade menu waits. There’s a small emphasis on seafood so you’d be wise to have a try of the fish pie. It’s creamy and it’s thick. The beer battered cod is made with guest real ales and the salt and pepper squid is a dream. There’s also a strong showing from other British classics: liver and bacon, check. Gammon and egg, check. Beef lasagne, check. You simply have to try The Seahorse at Gosport. Goodness, we almost got carried away there...
Good food and service in recently refurbished restaurant. Menu is varied, offering range of starters, sharers, light meals, main meals, and desserts, Wine list is sufficiently extensive to allow for good matches. Restaurant is light and airy, and diners may also choose the bar, or a pleasant, spacious outdoor seating area. Well located for a post-lunch stroll along Stokes Bay. Will definitely return.
Friendly staff and atmosphere. The food was good, but the menu was slightly different to the on-line menu. There was no fish pie this time. Which should definitely be on the menu
Abby and her team are very welcoming and attentive. The food arrived piping hot, cooked well and an expected waiting time considering they were almost full. Only downside was mash potato was listed on the children's menu but then we were told it wasn't available. We will be returning to enjoy another meal there soon.