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Island Grown

Island Grown

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Matt Noyce, Head Gardener and Estate Manager at Quarr Abbey is back discussing the benefits of buying local on the Isle of Wight and where to enjoy seeing the Island’s produce being grown…

The Cover Scoop

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As always, we’ve had tremendous fun putting together the latest edition of Taste of the Wight ready for you guys to get your teeth into! It’s absolutely jam-packed with the latest on what our bountiful little Island has to offer in the way of food and drink. Here on the Isle of Wight the landscape is historically known as England’s…

Spring Pub Watch

Spring Pub Watch

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Whatever time of year, you can’t beat a walk that culminates in a good pub lunch. Spring offers mild weather, pretty scenery and if you are lucky, a stint in a sunny pub garden.

Ye Olde Village Inn

Meet the Landlord: Jay Chapman, Ye Olde Village Inn

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Nestled in the heart of Bembridge High Street, this quirky traditionally-styled building is reputed to have been serving pints since 1787. These days, Landlord Jay Chapman is continuing this fine tradition and sources real ales from across the country to ensure there are always four on the pump and an ever-changing selection. What is the best thing about the Isle…

Breakfasts

The Breakfast Club…

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Don’t skip breakfast! Well, that’s what they say. With our round-up of some of the best places on the Isle of Wight for the most important meal of the day, there won’t be any chance of that. In fact, the problem will be fitting them all in!

The Hit-List 2019

The Hit-List 2019

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Get your chops around a whole host of new eateries to try on the Isle of Wight in 2019. Here are a few of our top picks…

Island Wild Food

Meet the Forager: Alex Richards, Island Wild Food

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Growing up on the Island, Alex developed a love of foraging as she spent much of her time outdoors. Find her searching the Island’s coast and woodland for the most seasonal item before turning them into something really delicious! What is the best thing about the Isle of Wight foodie scene? There’s lots of small unique companies on the Island…

More Tea Vicar?

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The cream tea has been a UK holidaymakers’ staple treat for decades and its popularity shows little signs of waning with plenty of options on offer. A good cream tea will keep people talking and coming back for more.

Satisfy your Sweet Tooth

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With programmes such as The Great British Bake Off and Cake Boss topping the ratings, Britain’s love of cake and sweet treats is going strong. Just take a glance at the home baking aisle in your supermarket for proof, it’s probably much bigger than you think….

Foodie Vacations

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There are plenty of places to stay on the Isle of Wight, many of which can combine a love of food and drink with the perfect setting for your foodie-break…

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Taste of the Wight is the Isle of Wight’s free local guide to food and drink. Now in its sixth year, it has cemented itself as the number one, independent companion for eating out on the Island.

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