Many of these establishments are lined with side of the Island allowing people to have exploration with some wonderful food and refreshment!
Chessell Pottery Café
Located in the middle of the lovely West Wight on the Isle of Wight and are easily accessible from the numerous nearby local footpaths and bike routes.
This contains a charming tiny café providing a variety of great home-cooked delicacies ranging from pastries to a hearty lunch.
The Blue Crab
Located on Yarmouth’s High Street, a stroll from the harbour, The restaurant boasts a diverse cuisine that focuses on fish, shrimp, and seafood – and it caters to individuals of all ages and preferences. All the seafood served at The Blue Crab is fished locally, wherever feasible, and all the poultry is supplied locally.
Off The Rails
Off The Rails, an award-winning restaurant in Yarmouth, is one of the most distinctive locations to dine and drink on the Isle of Wight.
Recently restored and located on the site of the former Yarmouth to Newport railway station, the café is a good choice for people looking for a bite to eat, with a diverse menu to suit all preferences.
The Cow Bar Restaurant
The Cow Restaurant & Bar is one of the most distinctive places to eat on the Isle of Wight. With plenty of outdoor seating and spectacular views across the Downs and the Solent. They offer a wider variety of award-winning, handmade burgers, including gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan options. Everything is made using the freshest local and homegrown ingredients. Interesting part, dogs are welcome in their restaurant!