We only popped in for a light lunch, we ordered a hock terrine and pate, both plates were lovel, staff friendly, and the service good.
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This place has visiting yachtsmen by the*****, by that I mean those of us that are tired and don't want to walk into town. The Mayflower promises so much but misses by a mile: fish pie that's 80% mash, chips that are not fresh but...More
This place was very close to where we were staying in Lymington and in that respect was a welcome place to visit. It looks rather austere and ordinary from the outside and caters for all including children. There is plenty of parking and a beer...More
Wonderful atmosphere, good selection of beers and excellent service. Had the fishermans sharing platter, although expensive, was a first class meal. Good food, beer and service what more could you want.
Came here because we liked the location a little out of town after a walk along the seaside. It was busy but not bustling, and we chose to sit inside as it was just getting cold out, but the beer garden looked very inviting, especially...More
Much money has been spent trying to up the standards of what was a good ordinary pub to an up-scale restaurant and weekend retreat.. It has many more rungs to climb on the ladder before it achieves its ambition - partly because of its location,...More
Called into The Mayflower after a wet bank holiday walk around Lymington. We chose this as we had parked nearby and there was a garden with the option to eat outside, as we had the dog with us. We opted for a late lunch and...More