- Main course: £10
- Food spend: £25
- Opening hours
- Monday to Sunday: 11:00 - 22:00
Lovely food,good service,not too expensive and a good view
06 August 2016
Offering tranquil river views from its upstairs dining area, Rising Sun Warsash is an inviting pub dating back 200 years, just outside Southampton. Along with a menu packed with British and international flavours, there are also fine cask ales on tap.
Specialising in trusty, home-cooked British recipes, the Rising Sun menu is made up of time-honoured classics and inventive chef’s specials. The signature beef & ale pie is a creation from much-loved celebrity chef Tom Kerridge, while favourite world flavours include sizzling steak fajitas, or aubergine and roast beetroot curry. Gourmet sandwiches and jacket potatoes are served throughout the day, and guests can round things off with an indulgent crumble, cheesecake or sundae.
The drinks list at Rising Sun pub features carefully-chosen beers and international wines, and a lengthy list of soft drinks. Younger diners are not forgotten, with a varied menu for both lunch and dinner, and a mini roast served on Sundays.
With the downstairs bar area being dog-friendly too, Rising Sun is an 11-minute drive from Swanwick Rail Station.
Rising Sun - Warsash
74 Shore Road, Warsash, Southampton, SO31 9FT
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Customer reviews for Rising Sun - Warsash
(((** 23 August 2016 by Helen Hill from Fareham
It was ok basic what you pay for service from young lad was good , Toilets and the floor are RANK
(((** 22 August 2016 by Gareth Harries from Walton-on-Thames
Yes good simple pub grub , well presented and with a good service.
((((( 6 August 2016 by Jamie from Southampton
Lovely food,good service,not too expensive and a good view
((((( 17 July 2016 by Barbara Thompson from Hampshire
Very good service, very pleasant staff. Great value for money. Lovely views over the River Gamble.
((((( 27 June 2016 by Barbara Thompson from Hampshire
Had a great seaview from upstairs table. Food tasty and good value for money. Not much selection on food though for diabetics, or special diets and when my friend asked for bread and butter to replace one of the ingredients from her choice, she was told she may have to pay extra for it. However they did not charge her extra in the end. Food always arrives hot which is great.
(**** 21 June 2016 by Dennis Snelgar from Southampton
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Tonight was the first visit to The Rising Sun going with friends who had recommended it. I must say I left with a very bad impression of this place. When we arrived we were glad as we were given a window table looking at the Hamble River. Things went downhill from there. First when we came to order our meal my friends wife was told there were no sirloin steaks left after the order had been placed and the order being sent to the kitchen? At 7pm at a supposedly good pub! I ordered a Tikka Massala but was then told there no more curries left? What on earth were they going to serve others how can 2 quite popular dishes sell out so quickly. Seems there were not enough an absolutely desperate situation for a "good pub". We both had second best and I must say the food was pretty good in quantity if not in presentation or the price. So we continued and the four of us ate our food. We then sat with dirty plates in front of us for a half an hour whilst the staff had time to chat to each other and other staff who brought orders up to other tables. These plates were only cleared when I shot one of the young girls a dirty look. We were then given the sweet menu but it took over 10 minutes before we were asked for our order by now it was well over an hour since we had sat down and only had our drinks plus main course. I add the restaurant was not busy only 4 or 5 tables were occupied. We had to go downstairs to pay the bill, On the way down I could smell curry and looked over to see at least one diner eating Curry!! I pointed this out to one of the staff to be told they were out of Sag Aloo absolute rubbish why does having no Sag Aloo to do with not being able to serve a curry? Before leaving I was able to speak to the assistant manager but got little apologies from her. The tables were sticky to say the least and the carpet on the stairs extremely worn a place I would not recommend.
((((* 21 June 2016 by Natasha Pannell from Southampton
Food was lovely, service was a little slow, we had to wait till after meals had arrived before we got drinks that were ordered well before the meals but as it was Father's Day it was very busy so was understandable.
((((( 24 May 2016 by Claire Wilks from Warsash
Booked online and requested a nice view as my partners mother was joining us from the Midlands and used to live on the IOW l. We were shown to a fantastic table with panoramic views over the river and the Solent. Staff were very friendly and efficient without being intrusive or pushy and we had, without doubt, the best roast I have ever had in a restaurant with loads of different meat choices. Thank you, we will DEFINITELY be returning AND recommending the Rising Sun!!!
((((( 19 May 2016 by John Reed from Southampton
I and three others had a very enjoyable lunch time meal. Two had gammon steaks off the lunch time menu and two had macaroni cheese of the main menu followed by apple pie and custard. we all enjoyed our chooses. Service was fairly slow but as we were not in any hurry not a problem. We had a table upstairs over looking the river which enhanced our dinning experience.
(((** 16 May 2016 by Shirley Terrell-brett from Locks Heath
Food service was good
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