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Ahoy there Captain!

If you’re after a tasty snack, get yourself down to Captain Takeout in Cowes, which opened today. With made-to-order doughnuts and sourdough pizza – branded ‘Captain Doughnut’ and ‘Captain Pizza’ – the menu has been inspired by seaside living and includes a ‘Surfboard Pizza’ and even a cone-shaped ‘Beach Pizza’ perfect for eating on...

Island Inn-ovations

As lockdown restrictions are eased, unfortunately, it looks like it may be a little longer before we’ll be able to enjoy a refreshing pint down the local. However, planning rules have been relaxed so pubs and restaurants can operate as hot food takeaways during the coronavirus outbreak, allowing an increasing number of Isle of...

Coffee house at home

Coffee – most of us can’t get through the day without a cup or two. Whilst we all love picking up a cuppa from our favourite coffee shop, it is nice to be able to create something similar at home or get it delivered! Get coffee equipment too on the Island...

Cream of the crop

With acres of pasture land and more hours of sunshine than the rest of the UK, the Isle of Wight is perfect for grazing – and happy, well-fed cows mean great dairy produce. Island farmers not only produce top-quality milk (some of which still has the cream layer intact at the top) but churn...

Something Yummy in a Box…

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Something Yummy already, it’s the passion project of local foodie Paul Thorley which takes the form of a popular supper club as well running a website packed full of recipes and foodie insights. The whole ethos behind Something Yummy is to celebrate the Island’s great quality...

Bakers gonna bake: Ginger Biscuits

If you’re at a loss what to do today, there’s nothing better than whiling away an hour in the kitchen on a dull and blustery day – and you end up with a home-made sweet treat to eat! Do cut back on the amount of ginger if you'd prefer the biscuits...

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Find out what’s open, who’s delivering and where you can get a takeaway from in our hub of information detailing what services pubs, restaurants, cafés and shops are offering at this unsettled time.

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