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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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Fogg's of Ventnor

Fogg's of Ventnor

Ventnor

At Fogg's of Ventnor Restaurant we are proud of our award winning food and service.


Quarr Abbey Tea Shop

Quarr Abbey Tea Shop

Ryde

Located in Quarr Abbey’s serene and beautiful surroundings of the walled gardens, you will discover the popular licensed teashop.


Fine Nammet Restaurant

Fine Nammet Restaurant

Shanklin

Paul and Jenna welcome you to Fine Nammet, a fine dining restaurant serving local produce. We hope it will be popular with locals and tourists alike. A contemporary British fine dining restaurant in the busy seaside resort of Shanklin. Serving fresh local produce.


The Blacksheep Bar and Club Lounge

The Blacksheep Bar and Club Lounge

Ryde

Welcome to the Blacksheep Bar and Club Lounge, a stylish and contemporary café bar located in the heart of Ryde. Whether you are out for a drink, looking for a delicious meal or want to listen to superb live music, it’s the perfect venue for any occasion.


No24 Ventnor Cafe & Wine Bar

No24 Ventnor Cafe & Wine Bar

Ventnor

No24 is a small hotel in the centre of Ventnor, with a coffee & tea shop that opens to non-residents after 10:30 and after 6:00pm transforms into a cocktail and wine bar


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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