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THE SEAVIEW HOTEL RETAINS COVETED 2 AA ROSETTES

Only Use If Not Main 2The Seaview Hotel’s restaurant, under head chef Mark Wyatt, is one of a handful of venues on the Island to have been awarded 2 AA Rosettes.

2 rosettes are awarded to restaurants that show excellence in cooking styles, consistency and quality of ingredients.

On a recent inspection, the AA Inspector said:

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“Dinner was very much enjoyed, delivering a level of quality, technical skill and execution soundly in line with 2 AA Rosettes.”

One dish that particularly impressed the inspector was the sage crusted monkfish, clam and mussel chowder with saffron potatoes which he praised for its colourful presentation and ‘good depth and definition of flavours’.

Mark Wyatt says:

“It has been a very challenging year for the hospitality sector and restaurants especially. When I heard we had retained our 2 AA rosette rating I was absolutely overwhelmed.

“Putting an excellent dining experience back at the heart of the Seaview Hotel is something I am committed to doing. I intend to keep driving forward with our food offering, providing the right ambience and service that go hand-in-hand to create a special sense of occasion. There will be something for everyone from a sensational three-course dinner in the Aquitania to the tastiest fish and chips in the bar.

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“But we won’t stop here, next year, we’re aiming for 3 Rosettes!”

Robin Gardener, the hotel’s owner, shares that goal:

“We have a very special, independent hotel and we are dedicated to continuously improving our offering and building on our achievements so that the Seaview Hotel becomes the island’s premier destination.

“We are really excited about our plans and retaining the 2 AA Rosettes as well as winning a Silver Award for the hotel accommodation is great news, and our fantastic staff are who make it possible!”

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Robot
Robot
6 months ago

What the hell is that??My two year old could construct something better than that out of playdo.And I bet they want between 20 and 30 quid for the pleasure of a mouthful….

Tony tollbridge
Tony tollbridge
Reply to  Robot
6 months ago

You sound like a connerseur of fine gastronomy,I believe you have shares in MCDonald’s and love a ready meal from aldi

Dingdong
Dingdong
Reply to  Robot
6 months ago

It is fine dining. You don’t need to understand. Also you don’t need to be able to afford it.

CLIVE COUTER
CLIVE COUTER
Reply to  Robot
6 months ago

Don’t mock something you don’t understand; there is a place for fine dining as well as McDonald’s. Can be unforgettable or much more frequent but completely forgettable, same as sex!! but if you don’t know what’s possible horizons are limited..

Jane Cross.
Jane Cross.
6 months ago

Very well deserved. This is such a great place to dine. Can’t wait to return again soon.

Miss sensible
Miss sensible
6 months ago

Good to know somewhere decent to eat .

 

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