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Food & Drink

Food & Drink on the Isle of Wight

From locally prepared vegetarian dishes to fruit of the sea
The Isle of Wight boasts some of the finest restaurants and eating establishments on the south coast. Browse our listings representing the very best we have to offer in eating out, from fine dining, to quirky cafés, pubs with spectacular views, beach cafés and gorgeous tea rooms in interesting locations.

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The Hambrough Restaurant

The Hambrough Restaurant

Ventnor

Fine dining… Extensive wine list… Expertly mixed cocktails… Amazing sea views… it’s all at The Hambrough….


Chessell Cafe

Chessell Cafe

Yarmouth

The Chessell Café serves a range of tasty light lunches, much of which is prepared from locally sourced ingredients – we are licensed too, so you can enjoy a glass of wine, or real local Ale with your meal.


Ruby's

Ruby's

Seaview

New restaurants in Seaview with unique style and great food.


Missy J Cafe

Missy J Cafe

Ryde

Our attractive family-run café is located on the corner of George and Cross Street in the heart of Ryde. It boasts a superb view over the Solent towards Portsmouth. The café uses the highest quality Union Hand-Roasted coffee beans in its unique range of barista-made coffees.


The Blue Crab Yarmouth

The Blue Crab Yarmouth

Yarmouth

The Blue Crab specialises in serving fish, shellfish and seafood. We also serve meat dishes and steaks. Our Nippers Menu offers small dishes for children.


Made on The Island

Made on The Island

Ryde

The Made on the Isle of Wight shop (on Bullen Road, between Seaview and Ryde) is the only place on the Island that is dedicated exclusively to selling products that were grown, made or manufactured here. It is a mini-department store in which absolutely everything - from fresh and frozen food to oil paintings - has its origins on this Island.



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