Dining in Portsmouth
There are so many different places to eat and drink in Portsmouth that there is sure to be something to satisfy everyone’s needs.
Considering that Old Portsmouth is a relatively small area it is able to offer a surprising range of places to eat and drink – Abarbistro (Bistro) and Good Fortune (Chinese) are all within 5 minutes walk of the House. The oldest pub in Portsmouth, the Dolphin, which serves food, is situated around the corner. If you want to eat and watch the ships go by then try the Spice Island Inn or the Bridge Tavern.
If you want to have a wider selection then the 10 minutes walk to Gunwharf Quays will bring you to restaurants offering French, American, Chinese, Spanish, Seafood, Italian, Bistro and Traditional menus – see the full list opposite. There are many more places to eat in central Portsmouth, Southsea and Port Solent – click here for more information.
You may of course decide to make the most of the fabulous views and dine in. Why not take advantage of the locally caught fish by walking round to the local fish market. Or if you don’t want to do the cooking why not consider the ultimate luxury and have someone else do it for you. For more information about our outside catering services please contact us.
Close to the House is a convenience store (Co-op) and in Gunwharf Quays there is a deli (That Great Food Place) and a small supermarket (Tesco Express). In addition there are a wide selection of supermarkets all within easy reach of the House – details are shown opposite.