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Fogg’s are passionate about providing restaurant cooking and service as it should be. More than just great food, this contemporary restaurant has a relaxed and informal environment with a menu which offers choice and variety to suit different appetites and taste buds.
Awarded "Isle of Wight County Dining Pub of The Year 2014" by the Good Pub Guide. Enjoying a superb coastal location with un-equalled sea views over Bembridge Ledge on the Isle of Wight. The most sought after hostelry with a proven track record is popular with both locals and visitors alike.
We are Island farmers with a genuine passion and love for good food. We take pride in all that we sell; aiming to provide the very best in quality and variety in fresh local Isle of Wight produce, bringing Island farmers and food producers direct to you.
The coffee shop has reworked its previous menu to bring new and exciting dishes. Locally baked bread served with all of our sandwiches, salads and ploughman’s. Side salads improved with baby leaf and crispy salad, drizzled with honey and mustard dressing. Not forgetting the introduction of Tyrrells crisps on the side of most dishes.
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 Seascape restaurant at the Leconfield in Bonchurch offers excellent dining with spectacular sea views. Priding itself on using local fresh ingredients where possible the restaurant was awarded AA rosette for culinary excellence for 2015