Places To Eat & Drink on Isle of Wight

The Isle of Wight is fast becoming the foodie capital of the south coast and it is easy to see why!  Finding great places to eat is one of the highlights of any holiday, and the Isle of Wight offers a fabulous array to cater for all tastes and appetites

As soon as you step off the Isle of Wight Ferry you will be spoiled for choice, with an abundance of afternoon tea rooms, country pubs, quality restaurants and beach-side cafes

Whether you are looking for family friendly or gourmet dining, the Isle of Wight is truly unique in what it can offer

Wight Marque

The Isle of Wight has an abundance of quality food and drink produce and dining establishments that are renowned for their use and support of local produce

The Royal Isle of Wight Society has launched the Wight Marque as a sign of provenance for the Isle of Wight

The recognisable logo clearly identifies individual products, producers and establishments so that buyers can be assured that where they see the Wight Marque logo, it is truly local

local produce

Thanks to a mild climate and record-breaking sunshine levels (lucky us!), the Isle of Wight’s fertile land is perfect for growing a huge range of produce including tomatoes, cherries, asparagus and much more- even apricots! The Island is home to a working water mill, three breweries, two vineyards and a distillery

  On the Isle of Wight you’re never far from a producer or supplier offering good quality produce that not only tastes good, but supports local farms, fishing boats and artisans

 Read more at www.tasteofthewight.co.uk