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The Ocean Deck, Sandown - pub details

Ocean Deck

Address: Esplanade, Sandown, Isle Of Wight, PO36 8AE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31746) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Sandown (0.6 miles), Lake (1 mile), Brading (1.9 miles)

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Ale was good, as was the veggie sausage and mash.
Not cheap, but then they only have a limited time every year to make their money.....and it seemed to be one of the few places that actually did food in the evening.
As a result of good food and the lack of other eating establishments, this place does get very busy.
Perry - 9 Aug 2013 17:47
3 beers on all from ringwood,had the best which was good.
hoppyal - 30 Sep 2012 14:57
Hi Ií am a previous employee and feel that this should go on record!
The ocean deck as a pub is a nice and lovely place but unforchanly
there are THREE main problems!

1 . boss - is alcholic and a sexiest, expects all his female staff to wear revealing clothes for his pleasure treats staff and customers like rubbish and doesnít have a care in the world when it comes to customer service nor the safety of others , he will be quite often sat with alcohol in hand and causing a domestic !
to which I add is not the place for children although stating that the pub is meant to have a family environment!

2. staff behind the bar are not always of age to serve a blatant disregard for licences laws, - not only will the owner will be fined but so to the under age bar staff (16 yrs) if you are buying alcohol just be aware you might be aiding and a bidding a illegal perches.! <<<< Food for thought

3. bearing in mind Iíve seen the kitchen and how food is prepared it is not worth the risk!

this on a whole is a shame because the potentials this pub has is amazing if given a popper chance it could blossom but again this I do not see happing any time soon ! I really do wish that some day that standards will improve.
The location is very nice and well layed out inside, kitchen, bar staff and k,ps are polite and generally hard working!

NOTE this is not due to any other reason but just to inform those;s who need informing , Iím not saying donít be a customer , at least you are aware !!!!

matt_520 - 23 Sep 2012 03:06
Seems mostly a food pub and although I did not eat in there the food looked good. Decent enough ales on tap and a good amount of nautical tat on all available wall space. Worth including in a pub crawl or having dinner.
Mad123 - 12 Jul 2012 16:44
A seaside fronted pub based on 3 levels with a strong nautical theme throughout. There is an outside decking area, a conservatory level and finally the bar level. The furnishing is relatively bare and not especially comfortable. It had 3 real ales, 2 from Ringwoods. It does a good food trade and the Sunday carvery is worth a visit as it is good value and well cooked.
boozers_knows - 6 Jul 2012 11:12

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