Isle of Wight restaurants offer a wide variety of options; from a leisurely lunch with friends and family at a beachfront location to a celebratory dinner for two at a top-notch hotel.
The Isle of Wight has a superb choice of restaurants for all tastes and budgets, many of which have earned prestigious awards for their cuisines.
As the Isle of Wight is surrounded by the water, it is little surprise that one of our main local specialities is seafood, and almost all of our restaurants' menus are influenced by this.
If you fancy something a little more exotic there are some other great options, with Italian, Indian, Chinese and many other international flavours available.
If you are more suited to tastes that are closer to home, there are some great restaurants that offer some amazing British dishes!
Indeed, the Island’s unique and contrasting landscape and coastline is reflected in a diverse selection of locally produced ingredients providing visitors with a gastronomic treat, so you can rest assured you’re getting a real taste of the Island.
We are proud to announce that we have have several restaurants which have been awarded AA Rosettes as a sign of their quality, such as the Appuldurcombe Restaurant at The Royal Hotel, and The Priory Bay Restaurant near Seaview - There really is such an abundant of quality cuisine for such a relatively small Island.
Take a look at the list of Isle of Wight restaurants below to give you some ideas.
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A visit to our award-winning restaurant will be the talking point of your stay on the Isle of Wight.
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 you at The Bandstand, winner of the IOW Conservation Award 2016, a unique Cafe/Restaurant that has been lovingly restored, whilst retaining its vintage charm.
At the Medina Quay Restaurant you'll find our brilliant new menu as well as all of your usual Table Table favourites.
Old smuggler's cliff top pub and restaurant with fine views. Noted for real ales, extensive menu including homemade dishes and seafood specialties.
1st Place Wight in Bloom 2015 – Best Public House Garden
Best Pub on The Island 2015 –...
The Highdown Inn is a beautiful example of a traditional country pub set in outstanding natural Isle of Wight surroundings complimented by a rich history across the West of The Isle Of Wight.
The Bugle Coaching Inn is a charming 16th century Hotel situated in the very heart of Yarmouth's market square and a stone's throw from the sea, harbour and Wightlink ferry port.
Beach front restaurant and bar with fabulous sea views. Outdoor and indoor seating. Everything from tapas to pizzas and a large selection of wines and drinks.
Amabi is the new restaurant and tapas bar in Cowes that infuses Basque Country cooking with the best fresh Isle of Wight produce.
Come in for some of our specially blended coffee roasted on the Isle of Wight, choose lunch from our selection of...
Situated at the heart of Ventnor Botanic Garden, edulis restaurant serves super fresh cuisine made from locally sourced produce and unusual, interesting ingredients grown in the gardens. The word edulis means edible in Latin.
Keats Kitchen is a newly established informal restaurant open all year including Christmas and New Year’s Eve. We use local produce and cook hearty home made dishes inspired by Polish and Swiss cuisines.
We are a family run restaurant open all year serving morning coffee, lunch, Sunday lunch & dinner.
Restaurant in Shanklin Old Village offering good food, good wine, good times, since 2002.
The Rex in Ventnor, on the Isle of Wight, is a modern and relaxed form of dining fine. No pretentions, just excellently prepared tasty food from the highest of culinary standards in our kitchens, served in a friendly style, with the best views of...
The Brasserie is the restaurant within The Aqua on Shanklin seafront and is open to the Public.
We have been called "the best little restaurant in Cowes", so come and try our excellent food and service in our warm and friendly restaurant and experience it for yourself.
The George Hotel is a 17th Century townhouse enjoying a wonderful location nestling on the water’s edge between the castle and pier in the bustling harbour town of Yarmouth.
This magnificent building is steeped in history and was once home to...
Cantina is a café restaurant, bakery and kitchen in the heart of sunny Ventnor, one of the Isle of Wight’s best-known towns for eating out. Open from 7.30am to 10pm, every day, all year round.
Attached to the hotel is The Manor Inn Restaurant. A wide selection of food is available from 11am through out the day until 9.00pm. As well as the extensive menu the chefs prepare many daily specials
The Seaview Hotel is a unique hotel located just 50 yards from the beach in the heart of Seaview. The original Victorian restaurant is located at the front of the Hotel and is the home of the famous Seaview crab ramekin.