Isle of Wight
Carefree short breaks & holidays
The Blue Door, Newport © IW Tourism
Eating out is one of the pleasures of being on holiday and eating out on the Isle of Wight is a real treat. Whatever your budget, whatever the time of year, the Island can be trusted to serve up something special.
Stop at one of the Island's many picturesque villages for a traditional cream tea. Chances are the scones will be home-made and topped with farm-fresh cream and jam from local producers.
Whether you like simple country cooking, continental food or something more exotic, the options are endless.
Tucked away in a sleepy village, in the high street of a Victorian town or on a beach in a secluded cove overlooking the sea, you can be sure of an idyllic setting wherever you eat on the Island.
To help you find the best that is on offer, listed in the categories below are some of the best restaurants, cafés, pubs and inns on the Isle of Wight.