Isle of Wight Tourist Guide - Articles
Isle of Wight Restaurants
Many Isle of Wight Restaurants use fresh local produce, making eating out on the Island a real treat. Whether you are looking for a simple snack or a fine dining experience, you will not be disappointed. The choice of restaurants on the Isle of Wight vary from a cosy country inn offering simple pub fare, to a michelin star establishment with a fine gourmet menu. Many restaurants provide special lunch deals with most including a children's menu. You will also find that the vast majority of food available is home cooked.
Dining out is a popular event on the Island, so it is advisable to pre-book a table at a well frequented eaterie, especially on a Saturday evening or for a Sunday lunch. You will find that many restaurants offer a set menu at a fixed price. The cost of a meal can vary from around ₤3.95 for a simple pub dish to over ₤30 for an elaborate feast at a premier location. Locally brewed beers and wines are to be found behind the bar at many an eating establishment.
Wherever you are, you will find there is a superb restaurant not far away. Crab and lobster are a speciality in many restaurants, and are freshly caught in waters surrounding the Island. International cuisine is also in abundance including Italian, Indian, Chinese, Thai, Malaysian, Portuguese and Mexican. But for the more traditional tourist, most Isle of Wight restaurants offer a Sunday roast lunch at a very reasonable price. All in all, a vist to a restaurant here on the Island is a gastronomic treat.
Back to Articles Page