Looking to treat the family to a nice meal?
Whether it’s a beachfront restaurant or a café in the centre of town, you’ll be sure to find a venue that keeps everyone in the family happy!
If you’re looking for a traditional, slap-up meal, make your way to one of our high quality pubs.
Many have their own garden with a play area to keep the little ones entertained so you can relax and watch from afar!
Beachfront restaurants and cafés make the perfect lunch or dinner spot for your family – especially on a hot summer’s day!
Tuck into a delicious meal, (many offer freshly caught seafood!), and step on to the beach afterwards to soak up the sun whilst the children play on the beach.
If you’d rather grab a takeaway or some fast food, the Isle of Wight also has some of the popular fast food chains in the high streets.
Pick up your takeaway and head to one of the Island’s areas of outstanding natural beauty to sit outside and enjoy the countryside.
Or if you’re feeling creative, why not make your own picnic hamper and take it to your favourite spot?
Remember to take your litter away with you!
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Quay Arts’ award-winning riverside Café Bar is the perfect place to enjoy a reviving hot drink or to relax for lunch.
The Chequers Inn is a country pub in the heart of the Isle of Wight and although it has many modern facilities it still retains its traditional character.
A visit to our award-winning restaurant will be the talking point of your stay on the Isle of Wight.
The Pavilion Café- Bar is situated on Ryde Esplanade, adjacent to Ryde Superbowl and the beautiful beaches and marina and within a few minute’s walk of the mainland travel links.
Dating back to 1927, The Pavilion Bar is one of Ryde’s most...
The bar at The Hambrough provides amazing views and is open from 11:30 am Tuesday to Saturday.
Coffee and cake, traditional cream tea and traditional afternoon tea is all available.
Prebooking is essential. Please call the Reservations...
Pubs don’t get a more traditional setting, at the heart of an ancient village, nestled in the lee of the downs at Arreton. Beautifully decorated in original village memorabilia, the Dairyman’s Daughter has a lovely outdoor courtyard.
Ideally located on the waterfront of the Medina River in East Cowes, The Lifeboat is one of the island's most popular bars and restaurant offering one of the most idyllic riverside dining experiences on the Isle of Wight.
Paul & Chris Griffin welcome you to Bluebells at Briddlesford Lodge Farm. Bluebells is the cafe and education facility and is located in what used to be the cows winter housing. The barn conversion can cater for over 60 people and has a...
Located in Quarr Abbey’s serene and beautiful surroundings of the walled gardens, you will discover the popular licensed teashop.
The Three Bishops is a beautiful example of a classic English country family pub restaurant in the heart of historic Brighstone on the most scenic part of The Isle Of Wight. Chris and Helen have been welcoming locals and visitors for a number of...
Awarded 'Isle of Wight Country Dining Pub of the Year 2014' by the Good Pub Guide, the Crab & Lobster enjoys a superb coastal local and un-equalled sea views across Bembridge Ledge.
A warm welcome awaits at The Pointer Inn, as Landlord and Lady, Robert and Rachel, invite you to join them in the oldest, most historic pubs on the Isle of Wight. The Pointer is known for outstanding beer and mouth-watering locally sourced food.
A favourite with locals and visitors The Anchor is one Cowes' oldest and most loved public houses. Friendly, welcoming staff and a warm atmosphere all year round, The Anchor offers delicious home cooked food using local produce, a wide selection of...
Marconi's licensed tea rooms is an ideal place to relax with a spot of lunch or relax with a refreshing cup of tea or speciality coffee, a range of sinful cakes and an extensive selection of soft and alcoholic beverages.
The Taverners is a real country pub that is popular with locals and tourists alike.
The terrace at The Steamer Inn affords panoramic views across Sandown Bay to the English Channel. Situated right on Shanklin Esplanade, it’s a lovely spot to enjoy some of the Island’s fresh seafood or perhaps a relaxing afternoon.
This picturesque, family-run pub sits on Newport Harbour, overlooking the river Medina and is within a three minute walk of Newport town centre, the Island's county town.
The Piano Café and Mezze bar was once home to Queen Victoria’s Piano Tuner and has now been lovingly renovated to the popular café it is today.
The Horse and Groom is an established family friendly pub on the West of the Isle of Wight, renowned for it’s family friendly welcome and home cooked meals for all the family.
Winners of best family pub in the South East of England twice in the...
The licensed Pearl Cafe is the ideal place for a welcome break on your journey around the Island. You can enjoy freshly prepared, homemade lunches, snacks, cakes and cream teas whilst gazing over great views of the English Channel. There is the...