Cafes and Delis in Isle Of Wight
Cakes, biscuits, scones and afternoon teas are a highlight of any break. The Isle of Wight is packed full of independent cafes and tearooms, serving up homemade lunches and sweet treats.
Wherever you choose to visit you’ll find a tasty supply of homemade cakes, bread, soup and seeing as most cafes use local produce, you can enjoy a real taste of the Isle of Wight.
The Pearl Cafe offers stunning panoramic views across the English Channel, the perfect place to enjoy lunch or afternoon tea. Open seven days a week the Café is popular with locals and visitors alike. Treat yourself to chocolates of all shapes and sizes at Chocolate Island. Hand-made on the island you will find a jaw-dropping selection.
The Piano Café and Mezze bar was once home to Queen Victoria’s Piano Tuner, just a short stroll from Freshwater Bay, located opposite the famous thatched church of St.Agnes. We serve quality house blend Batista made coffee 'Piano, Piano', loose leaf teas, wine, beer, home made cakes, nibbles and delicious sharing mezze boards and homemade specials.
The Chessell Cream Tea has made a name for itself – it consists of large, freshly baked fruit scones served with real clotted cream and our own home made strawberry jam. Coupled with the fact it is served on our own pretty Chessell Ware strawberry pottery, an Island Cream Tea at Chessell really is a genuinely local food experience.