Most Popular Restaurants in Portsmouth
Portsmouth (/ˈpɔːrtsməθ/ ( listen)) is a port city in Hampshire, England, mainly on Portsea Island, 70 miles (110 km) south-west of London and 19 miles (31 km) south-east of Southampton. It has a total population of 205,400. The city forms part of the South Hampshire built-up area, which also covers Southampton and the towns of Havant, Waterlooville, Eastleigh, Fareham, and Gosport.
1. The Champs Restaurant
4 based on 119 reviews
Reviewed By Lolalalalalalola
The food was fantastic, service was great, and the sunset amazing. If you are ding in Portsmouth, this is the place to go. The owners are very kind, and I highly recommend it. I live on the island, so when I next get back to Portsmouth, this is where I will dine.Dear Lola,Thank you for taking the time off to write us a review on your dining experience at Restaurant The Champs. We are very happy to know that you enjoyed your meal and view. We hope that you will come to dine with us again.Kind Regards,Lise
2. Sisters Beach Bar & Restaurant
4 based on 45 reviews
Reviewed By MurTheExplorer - Edmonton, Canada
We stayed at the Sister's Sea Lodge but only ate there a couple of times. It seems to be popular with the locals. Over 4 days we stayed, there was always a table of regulars enjoying a drink or two. The food was good but a bit on the expensive side. If you care to read about a trip to Dominica visit our not for profit blog havecarryonwilltravel.com. The portions are large and my wife and I shared one entree which made the meal more than affordable. It is worth a visit.
3. Madiba Beach Cafe
4 based on 51 reviews
French and Caribean food, beach bar with live music, barbecues, French bakery
Reviewed By MayGoEZ - South Hampton
Fresh Tasty Seafood on the beach
Restaurant is located on the beach with a great view of the Prince Rupert's Bay. A great place to watch the sunset over the Caribbean sea while enjoying a beverage. The seafood is fresh and is delicious. Food is moderately priced and tasty..
4. Iguana Cafe
4 based on 38 reviews
Reviewed By JaclynHunt - Colonia, New Jersey
Best restaurant on the island and it's a little shack!
My husband and I had a big lunch here after exploring the Indian River. We had the place to ourselves and the owner's were wonderfully accommodating. We had the most delicious meal with impeccable service with beautiful views of the water! Can't wait to go back here again for more lobster. We had conch salad, tuna tar tar and tons of lobster!
5. Plantation Grove Restaurant Club and Bar
A fabulous hideaway surrounded by nature overlooking the Caribbean Sea. A local business with great character and ambiance “ Come on over to my place and Experience Different”
Reviewed By DVNtraveller - Ciceron, St. Lucia
Can't top this!!!!
I was staying in the village of Dublanc to the north if the island and stumbled on this amazing place after doing Syndicate trail. It's newly opened and still a work in progress but is so tastefully done, clean and unique. The owner Marguerite, Dominican by birth, returned from the UK to fulfill her dream and a dream it is. She is an amazing host and makes you feel right at home. The food is just as homely, with no menus as yet, the divine Miss M simply tells you what she is offering for the day, and then blows your pallette away. To give you and idea I stayed in Dominica for 10 days and ate there every day except on the days she was closed (Mondays) and that meant a two hour return drive when I was staying in the village of Soufriere, but the ambience, the food and Marguerite made it all worth it. It's extremely affordable, way under priced (please keep it that way M ☺), awesome views especially sunsets, classy yet rustic, uniquely informal, fantastic food with more than you can eat, and clean tastefully done washrooms. No she did not pay me to write this, :-) I actually begged her to get on Trip Advisor so I could. Plantation Grove really was the highlight of my stay. Thanks M. Wow fabulous I'm not worthy Thanks again Hope to see you again Regards
Reviewed By MayGoEZ - South Hampton
A MUST VISIT WHILE IN PORTSMOUTH!!
This family owned and operated outdoor eatery and grocery store serves delicious food! The Roti is one of the best I've had on the entire island.The atmosphere is enjoyable and the owners are very friendly and deliver warm customer service. A great place to have a tasty meal and to gather with others for a pleasant dining and beverage experience!
7. Sisters Beach Bar & Restaurant
4 based on 15 reviews
Reviewed By MermaidsSecret - Roseau, Dominica
While visiting friends in Portsmouth we were invited to join them for a meal at Sisters Beach bar. Tucked away and right on the beach it was a perfect setting. The welcome was friendly and the music videos being played on a big screen gave way to some great reminiscing as the play list was very good. Not loud at all but enough to enjoy while chatting.The menu had a good selection including localy caught lionfish which is good news for the reefs.Over all the food was excellent. The service was very friendly and informal and I would certainly recommend Sisters to anyone. To find it turn off the main road behind the IGA supermarket and drive for 1/2 mile straight toward the beach. Ample parking also.
4 based on 21 reviews
Reviewed By juviall - Vancouver
Awesome food, weird experience
This was the best fish dinner we had in Dominica, bar none. Generous portions, fresh fish, freshly prepared. The cook is amazing. The wait staff, however, provided a very weird experience. Told us she couldn't make me a rum punch, despite the dazzling array of bottles behind the bar. Actually, told me she didn't have anything I asked for, so I gave up and told her to make me whatever she liked. She returned with a small cocktail that seemed to be based on Bailey's. My husband and son sensibly stuck with beer. The pre-drinks wouldn't normally be an issue for me, but we waited more than an hour for food because she had to call the cook in. Maybe she was having a bad night, maybe we were dining too early. Go for the food, but be prepared for a weird experience.
9. Bluebay Restaurant
4 based on 10 reviews
Reviewed By Jhansfor - Singapore, Singapore
Stunning food, a big surprise!
arrived mid afternoon on Christmas Day a little hungry and they rustled up some amazing grilled fish curry and jerk chicken. Super friendly waitress was charming and the spot was beautiful, now debating going back for the evenings festivities...
10. The Purple Turtle
3 based on 56 reviews
Reviewed By Nick I - Queens, New York
The Perfect Burger
My wife and I came here on the Saturday before Easter Sunday, 2017. We arrived just after 7pm, after a long hike along Segment 13 of the Waitukubuli Trail.Being a holiday, I was afraid they would not be open. (Nothing else was!) Just the bar (which was in full swing, with a couple of fellas talking it up).The chef greeted us, and said she could help us out as long as it wasn't anything too extensive. She informed us she had an early church service she was trying to make it to the next morning.I ordered a burger with ham and a side of fries; my wife had the jambalaya pasta. My wife, who can be very picky and snobbish about food, loved her dish and demanded we come back another day for a fish dish.I have to say my burger was one of the best I ever had! A healthy portion of beef topped with a thick slice of cured ham, crunchy lettuce and aromatic tomato, in a bun--which at first I doubted due to its pale color--that was hearty and tasty, and not at all soggy as anticipated. As if she read my mind, there was just the right amount of mayo added to the bun (I hate ketchup on burgers)!We highly recommend trying this place out! It's right on the beach, and I'm sure it has a spectacular view during daytime hours...