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The Peter Boat is located down by the Thames Estuary in the old part of Leigh on Sea. It's a quaint, picturesque area, and very popular with tourists during the summer months. Visitors can stroll around the little gift shops and galleries, eat fish and chips or fresh seafood, and then head to this friendly pub to enjoy a cold pint overlooking the water. Beware, this place gets really packed on weekends and holidays, and finding a seat outside can be a mission.
Updated Jun 9, 2007
Address: 27, High St, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex
If you would like a gastronomic dining experience and have time to savour the fine wine and appreciate being waited on by experienced staff then this is the place for you.
Favorite Dish: Everything is fantastic from their steaks to grilled fish. Don't forget to leave room for their amazing deserts including falmbed crepes which they prepare at your table!
Updated Feb 26, 2005
Address: 65 Hamlet Court Road, Westcliff-on-Sea
Phone: 00 44 1702 391789
Pipasha has been established on Eastwood Road Noth for over ten years. With ample room to accomodate up to 100 diners. There is also a spacious function room, separate from the main dinning area, which is perfect for a special occasion.
The Pipasha Main Menu is very comprehensive, containing many old favourites, and a wide range of baltis and many fresh seafood specialities, they also have a large choice of vegetarian dishes.
They also offer an extensive take away menu with free delivery to the local area, with a 10% discount for the people who collect.
When dining you can expect very friendly and attentive service.
Favorite Dish: My current favourite is popodums and dips to start, followed by prawn madras, plain rice and sag aloo. If I still have some romm I have a gulamjamun which is a very sweet traditional indian dessert.
Written Feb 25, 2005
Address: 285 ~ 291 Eastwood Road North, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex
Phone: 01702 521111
The Sand Bar, in central Leigh-on-Sea's Broadway, has a light, relaxed atmosphere, with a real feel of being by the sea. Decorated in cream and navy, with American oak bar and floor, the bar offers sea views to enjoy as you eat your lunch or dinner. Our blackboard menu, based primarily around fish and shellfish dishes, is changed daily to ensure that only the freshest produce is served.
Favorite Dish: The Sand Bar is steadily building a reputation for excellent food and wine. Sunday brunch - scrambled eggs with smoked salmon or smoked trout - is fast becoming a local favourite. Why not come and wind down with the Sunday papers?
I can also highly recommend the sea bass and they have a great selection of wines. This is a great place for business lunch or dinner.
Written Feb 25, 2005
Address: 71 Broadway , Leigh-on-Sea, Essex
Phone: 01702 480067
Joy King is a warm and welcoming restaurant and is suitable for couples as well as larger groups and families.
Favorite Dish: The crispy duck is out of this world as are their singapore noodles and spicy seaslt ribs anand scallops
Written Jan 4, 2005
Address: Joy King, 128Hamlet Court Road - Westcliff-on-Sea
Phone: 00 44 1702 338811