Enjoyed a roast dinner here one evening. Nice selection of cask ales. Staff very helpful and friendly.
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Visited Saturday evening didn’t book. A charming pretty pub very friendly service and gorgeous food!!! Wanted to stay longer for desert but completely stuffed! Quality was superb and we were disappointed that where we were staying (also in Ringwood) was not up to this standard....More
My friends and I visit this pub every couple of months. It's always a welcoming and very cosy environment. It's particularly lovely in the summer to sit by the river in their outdoor seating area. We don't often have good here but the rare occasion...More
We've been going to the fish for many years and decided on Halloween eve for some resonably priced nosh. The real ale as usual was pretty good but once sat down we started with the squid which was very tasty but quite small. There was...More
We had pre booked a table for 9 on Saturday lunchtime, nothing was to much trouble for the great staff, The food was superb, the service was great, I look forward to coming to see you again in the future.
We hadn’t pre-booked a table on a very busy Sunday afternoon but the friendly staff seated us and promptly seabed our drinks, took our order and five minutes later the starters were on the table, whitebait, followed by shoulder of lamb and a beast of...More
Had a great lunch all enjoyed , lasagne nice but not as nice as previous visits a while ago when it was served in individual dishes with chips and garlic bread. Great to have a choice of smaller meals. Puddings very nice , staff friendly...More
One of our local eating places. Staff very friendly and attentive. Food is of a consistent standard and is always good value for the money. Ideal family venue or for couples later in the evening.
The Fish Inn does not specialise in fish, despite its name. The menu is wide-ranging, with plenty of choice for all courses; this is certainly a cut above 'pub food'. The meals we chose were well-presented, tasty and piping hot. We happened to be there...More