Popped into pub for a quick drink with my family (husband plus 11 and 13 year old children ). When we arrived at about 3:15 pm the pub was busy with a large family group who were just leaving. my husband went to the bar...More
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We called in here today for lunch as we were walking around the marina. The staff were very friendly, there was live music playing outside which was great. The food was very very good. Served hot and fresh. Our plates were taken away after we...More
The Lord Nelson is just a stones throw from the station if you are coming to Hythe by ferry from Southampton. It has outside seating facing Southampton Water where you can watch the oldest miniature train in the world serving the passenger ferry to Southampton
Went in for a snack and pot of tea for 2. Cups were more like mugs. Was told they had a larger teapot which would be slightly cheaper. The tea items were put on the counter, the teapot being quite small. Was asked if I...More
Had dinner for two. Meals were very good and cooked which is nice to see these days? Have been to this pub before and have always been happy with it.
Had lunch here yesterday. The staff are very friendly and polite. The food and the service was very good. Serves usual pub food, jacket potatoes, burger, steak pie, fish and chips, warm baguettes and pizzas. Good food quality.
Took my dad out for birthday lunch. Nice local village pub with cheerful atmosphere. Had lunch which was freshly cooked and generous. Couldn't fault food all 4 plates returned clean. Portion of fish large and couldn't see potato for cheese. Would recommend.
This is central and very popular pub for lunch at reasonable and very affordable prices. We went on Tuesday which is market day in Hythe and is very busy, The staff who were taking the orders were friendly and plenty of tables inside and a...More
We were looking for an easy dinner. They recently added their daytime pizza menu to the night menu. We had some nice pints of beer, the steak and kidney pie was good. A nice little dinner!
Popped into the Lord Nelson for lunch yesterday and were pleasantly surprised. Very friendly locals and staff. Service was good and the food went down a treat, very good.Finished off our drinks in the pub garden which was very pleasant with a view over the...More