Located in the Ocean Village, Banana Wharf has been dockside for over a decade with a food menu that blends oriental and tropical dishes with seafood and classic favourites. A key dish is Banana Wharf’s take on Nasi Goreng – a fragrant rice dish, with honey chicken, tiger prawns, Asian spices, vegetables and finished with strips of omelette. They’re also pretty proud of their chocolate fondue. In addition to the Ocean Village site, there’s also a Banana Wharf at Southampton’s Port Hamble Marina.
Cafe Parfait promises comfort and lavish extravagance in equal measure, with the best in musical and circus entertainment. Thursday, is hugely popular with students, while classy Friday nights keep the party going until 4 am, and Saturdays push on to a breakfast-baiting 5 am. The dress code varies depending on the nights, but best to think smart. There are also six indoor VIP tables and four roof terrace VIP tables offering perfect views of the main bar area and dancefloor.
From chilled out, relaxing mid-week sessions to more amped up party vibes as the weekend takes over, Ninety Degrees aims to create a stylish social scene. Their menu consists of the usual light bites, pizza, pasta dishes, and grills, as well as a 'pizza breakfast'. Nice range of cocktails too, from the usual faves to a few less obvious mixes (cinnamon mojito, anyone?). Situated in Carlton Place, it can get pretty busy, so don’t