Your local guide to food and drink on the Isle of Wight
your local guide - Summer 2018

Taste of the Wight

Taste of the Wight

When you visit a destination like the Isle of Wight, discovering local flavours and specialities is an important part of the experience. Taste of the Wight aims to celebrate locally produced food and drink from the Isle of Wight as well as share the best places to eat and drink.

Feel like a local

Feel like a local

Taste of the Wight can be your guide to eating out, events & shopping. Discover exciting growers & producers; learn all you want to know about cafes with sea views or pubs that welcome dogs; farm-fresh vegetables or award-winning ice cream.

Change with the seasons

Change with the seasons

The Island is truly unique part England & benefits from more sunshine & warmer temperatures than other parts of the country. Seasonal delights such as asparagus, cherries and garlic is served  across the Isle of Wight in restaurants, pubs, cafes and hotels. 

1
Distillery
165
Local pubs
350+
Island products
55
Dog-friendly
67
Miles of coastline
3
Editions of Taste

Taste of the Wight latest news and features

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    Sharing is Caring…

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    Sail Away

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  • Quarr Abbey

    Culture Club

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  • Seaview Hotel

    Catch of the Day

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  • IW Pearl

    Jam Proofed

    Taste Alternatives Gastronomy Cowes set to open next weekend Eat lucky this New Years Eve September is Organic month Briddlesford..

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Knife and Fork (Sideways) - Summer 2018

Taste of the Wight – The Isle of Wight’s free local guide to food and drink.

Now in its fifth year, the print version of Taste of the Wight has cemented itself as the number one, independent companion for eating out on the Island. Pick up your free copy today.

your local guide - Summer 2018

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