Restaurants in Isle Of Wight
The mellow climate ensures that the Isle of Wight is home to a huge variety of local produce; the freshest seafood straight from the fisherman's catch, locally brewed beer, wine and cider, organic fruit and vegetables and delicious locally made ice creams and desserts.
The Isle of Wight boasts some of the finest restaurants and eating establishments on the south coast.
Whether it’s a romantic dinner for two, a special occasion or the traditional family Sunday lunch – we all enjoy a good restaurant meal and the Isle of Wight offers a wealth of good quality venues. Pubs, hotels and restaurants used to be very different classes of establishment, but these days it’s sometimes hard to know which is which.
Take The Yachtsman; once primarily a hotel, this popular venue still has five-star accommodation for guests, but is perhaps better known as a location for an intimate meal. The Leconfield in Ventnor welcomes non-residents to dine on AA rosette standard cuisine and unwind in comfort while enjoying a spectacular sea view. For a truly waterside dining experience The Hut at Colwell Bay and The Waterfront at Totland Bay both reside by the water’s edge.
Morgans pride themselves in using the finest quality produce, sourced mainly from the Island, alongside the extensive menu is a daily specials board which includes fresh, local seafood dishes. Morgans serve the finest home-made cuisine and caters for families, providing a children’s menu.
Situated on the waters edge the BEST WESTERN New Holmwood Hotel & Restaurant enjoys spectacular sea views of both sailing & the famous sunset off Egypt Point. Our restaurant offers panoramic views of all the Solent and all the ships that sail it.
The Isle of Wight’s Fox’s Restaurant has long been an established part of Bembridge life, with the present owners Mark and Nicola trading for eighteen years. They promote a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, welcoming young and old, island locals and visitors alike.
Right in the heart of Ventnor you'll find our little family restaurant, is the island’s first authentic tapas bar, run by a Spanish chef and a team who mostly come from the country of paella and tortilla. The extensive menu is almost entirely gluten free and there are plenty of excellent veggie options alongside the more traditional meat and fish bites.
Set in the heart of Cowes, we serve locally sourced, seasonal food in a relaxed and welcoming setting - all day, every day. A mish mash of old tables and chairs, slurping on a large glass of merlot. Serious home cooked food...but in an unserious way. Carefully selecting the perfect pint from a fabulous range of brews.