63 High Street
Isle of Wight
Tel: 01983 291188
DescriptionThe cafe has a unique atmosphere, so much so that it has been recommended in the Sunday Times Urban Brunch Guide. (One of only two restaurants on the Isle of Wight to be mentioned) Also to the cafes great acclaim it has been listed in Sunday Times Top 10, in the UK and Ireland, for its decor. You will also find the cafe listed in The Hidden England Guide, The Isle of Wight Tourist Board Guide and The Eating Out Guide.
The Octopus Cafe is open all year round, 7 days a week
The Octopus Cafe was launched on the 14th february 1999 after fifteen years in the mind of Trevor Macneill. Trevor was desperate to find a home for the huge quantity of beatles memorabilia he had collected. The idea of a cafe where fans could come and enjoy his collection, chill to the music and grab something good to eat.
Trevors enthusiasm has ensured that this family run cafe has gone from strength to strength. In February2003 the Octopus Garden was extended to include a non-smoking area and a designated childrens play area.