36 on The Quay, offers -
A Set Three
Course Menu-£38 Inc VAT
The Little Big Option
This menu is designed to be varied and balanced with a clean cut simplicity, so
our customers can taste many flavour combinations in one experience. Must be
ordered By a complete table before 9.00pm. £55.00 inclusive of VAT
The menus are chosen using only the freshest produce with an emphasis on
flavours, presentation and originality. Fish features as a speciality, as you
would expect given our location. The dining room is designed in pastel shades
with comfort and table luxury, combined with a friendly and efficient service
aiming at customer individuality. The experience at 36 is rounded off with the
award-winning wine list that boasts over 250 selections which will impress the
most discerning palate.
36 On The Quay
is located in the picturesque fishing village of Emsworth overlooking the bay
A quaint 17th
Century Fisherman's cottage near the quay which has been converted into a
brasserie style restaurant.
Having spent several years working in large corporate hotels, Lawrence and Julia
Murphy decided to ‘go it alone’ with their first Restaurant, Fat Olives which
opened in January 2000.
A combination of Lawrence’s earlier career, spending time in kitchens in France
& Switzerland, along with Julia’s front office sales skills, gave rise to them
becoming ‘The News Restaurant of the Year’ runners up in their first year of
Recommended in the three main restaurant guides for 2002.
Excellent Italian cuisine in a
Spencers Restaurant & Brasserie, Emsworth was opened in May 1988 by Chef, Denis
Spencer and wife Lesley.
The first floor restaurant in Emsworth
offers a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere with the added touch of real gas
lighting. The main section of the restaurant is non-smoking and there is a
private dining room for 8/10 people.
The ground floor brasserie has a more
relaxed and casual atmosphere.
The Hermitage Restaurant is one
of the hotel's most popular features and has deservedly won a National
A Table D'hote Menu using fresh
produce and quietly attentive service in spacious surroundings ensures the
restaurant is well frequented both by hotel guests and local people.
The Restaurant imports much of its own wine for both its comprehensive wine list
and an innovative idea for off-sales called Hermitage Cellars.
A wide range of well prepared Indian Dishes in a small quiet restaurant with
excellent service. (Under new management.)
Inexpensive and cheerful this small tearoom has a great position just
at the bottom of South Street, opposite the quayside. It sells hot or cold
snacks, drinks and ice cream which you can have either inside or outside. Inside
it is snug; outside there are a few tables on the edge of the road from where
you can look at the boats and the birds in the harbour and watch the people go
The Green House Cafe
Friendly, family-run cafe,
serving homecooked main meals, daily specials, all day breakfasts and a huge
selection of fresh deserts and hand made pastries. Indoor & outdoor seating.
The Mandarin - North Street
Burger Bar - North Street
The New China Take Away - High Street
Fish and Chips Shop - North Street
Visit the Emsworth Food Festival Site:
Visit the Emsworth Cook Book Site:www.emsworthcookbook.co.uk