Taste of the Wight https://www.tasteofthewight.co.uk Isle of Wight Food and Drink Guide Thu, 21 Feb 2019 01:30:04 +0000 en-GB hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.9 https://www.tasteofthewight.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/cropped-TOTW-logo_Black-32x32.png Taste of the Wight https://www.tasteofthewight.co.uk 32 32 Five fresh Island bakeries https://www.tasteofthewight.co.uk/thetop/2019/02/tastes-top-five-island-bakeries/ https://www.tasteofthewight.co.uk/thetop/2019/02/tastes-top-five-island-bakeries/#respond Wed, 20 Feb 2019 13:12:56 +0000 https://www.tasteofthewight.co.uk/?p=12203 Whether it’s a bloomer, bap or crusty granary roll, everyone loves bread! As you may or may not know ‘National […]

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Whether it’s a bloomer, bap or crusty granary roll, everyone loves bread! As you may or may not know ‘National Real Bread’ week will shortly be upon us. So all in the name of Taste,  we’ve sampled the best the Island has to offer and bring you our top five Island bakeries…

 

Island Bakers

 

Founders of Island Bakers, John and Helen first met in the kitchens of Buckingham Palace as part of a team of Royal chefs. The couples credentials don’t stop there, with Helen working under the likes of Marcus Wareing and Gordon Ramsay while John previously worked at Michel Roux’s, The Waterside Inn. Since founding Island Bakers in 2010 the business has grown. Winning a total 8 Great Taste awards. The Island Bakers are great supporters of the real bread campaign and use local ingredients wherever possible.  

 

Scarrots Lane Bakery

 

Originally established in Scarrots Lane, Newport, last year, Scarrots Lane Bakery opened another shop in Union Street, Ryde. The sausage rolls are second to none, and the staple of many a ‘caulkhead’ childhood, the ‘Mr Blobby Biscuit’, is still a firm favourite. The bakery also offers a wide variety of breads and rolls all freshly baked that morning.  –  Not forgetting all the fresh, handmade sandwiches also on offer daily.  

 

Richmonds Bakery

 

This little known artisanal bakery is located on Bath Road, Cowes and has just one baker on the premises. Everything is handmade and baked on site. We suggest trying the fresh NYC style bagels. Choose from sesame seed topped or raisin and cinnamon filled – a real taste-y treat!

Graces Bakery

 

Established in Ryde’s old flour mill in 1997, Grace’s family bakers has grown to a five-store business. Supplying many shops and restaurants across the Island. With traditional baking methods being of the utmost importance, along with sourcing many of their ingredients locally. You can see why they have the accolade of ‘Island’s Best Bakery’ as voted for by locals.

 

Cantina

 

Cantina isn’t your traditional bakery but actually a café restaurant which features its own bakery. As bread plays such an important part in their menu the team decided to produce their own bread and pastries in house.

Our top pick is; Avocado, tomato, feta, chilli and poached egg on Cantina’s own baked sourdough toast.

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With it’s unique microclimate, the Isle of Wight is the perfect place to grow produce that wouldn’t grow in many other parts of the UK.

Along with some of the Islands more famous exports. For example; garlic, asparagus and tomatoes. The produce grown, farmed and made on the Isle of Wight is endless…

Here are our top 5 things you didn’t realise were grown on the Isle of Wight!

 

 

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Rapeseed

The good folks at Oil of Wight not only grow, but also cold press and bottle, rapeseed oil. Therefore providing a healthy, flavoursome and local alternative to olive oil for cooking. Studies show that using rapeseed oil could help to significantly reduce cholesterol.

 

 

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Apricots

Godshill Orchards grow fruit such as Cherries, Apricots, Green Guages and Plums with love, on the southern slopes of the Isle of Wight. The fruit is all handpicked to ensure you only get the very best produce. Apricot’s are notoriously difficult to grow and require certain temperatures and soil levels that not many areas in the UK can achieve.

 

 

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Boadicea Hops & Eucalyptus

Ventnor Botanic Garden teamed up with Goddards Brewery for a match made in heaven. Using, hand-picked Boadicea hops, grown exclusively at Ventnor Botanic Gardens, paired with Eucalyptus Globulus. As a result, they’ve created a delicious Botanic lager. Available to purchase through Goddards and in the Garden’s shop.

 

 

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Apples

The dedicated farmers of Quarr Abbey produce a vast range of fruits and vegetables in their gardens. The apples are grown in the orchard of over 120 trees. You can sample the apples in the form of Quarr Abbey Apple Juice, or Quarr Abbey cider!

 

 

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Sweetcorn

The sweetcorn sold in Farmer Jacks is grown exclusively at A.E Brown Farms. In addition, they supply the Islands well supported Sweetcorn Fayre held annually at Arreton Barns. Try your corn smothered in hot garlic butter – delicious!

Find out where to buy all of the produce mentioned and more, take a look at our local produce page.

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The Hambrough announces appointment of new Head Chef https://www.tasteofthewight.co.uk/news/2019/02/the-hambrough-announces-appointment-of-new-head-chef/ https://www.tasteofthewight.co.uk/news/2019/02/the-hambrough-announces-appointment-of-new-head-chef/#respond Tue, 12 Feb 2019 13:29:51 +0000 https://www.tasteofthewight.co.uk/?p=12191 The Hambrough, the award-winning boutique bed & breakfast in Ventnor has announced the appointment of Ashley Randle as the Head […]

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The Hambrough, the award-winning boutique bed & breakfast in Ventnor has announced the appointment of Ashley Randle as the Head Chef of its reopening restaurant.

Ashley’s experience of working with some of the country’s culinary masters together with ideas from different cultures and styles has been the inspiration behind his modern European menu on to which he will put his twist, using local Isle of Wight suppliers. Ashley said of his appointment: “I am honoured to be re- opening a restaurant which has such a reputation and can’t wait to get it re-established on the culinary map of The Island.”

Ashley’s career has taken him to work in a number of prestigious hotels and kitchens starting as a kitchen porter at renowned Cornish Michelin Chef Kevin Viner before moving on to work as sous chef at the Hotel Endsleigh, the small luxury private hotel of the renowned Pollizi family, part of the Rocco Forte group. He then progressed to senior sous chef at Calcot Manor, one of the UK’s leading hotels covering all aspects of this very busy kitchen. In 2017 Ashley was among the top young chefs in the country after placing as a regional finalist in the highly acclaimed Roux Scholarship. Throughout his career he has also worked stages at various 1, 2 and 3 Michelin starred restaurants including Gidleigh Park under Michael Caines. He has also worked alongside the great Anton Mosimann cooking at events within Buckingham Palace and the Great British Chefs Dinner 2017.
A short stint working at The George in Yarmouth originally brought Ashley to the Island but he left to continue his career in London. However, he is now settled back on the Island with his soon to be expanded family, ready to begin the next phase of his career.

The Hambrough is open daily to residents and non-residents alike for Breakfast with the Bar open for Teas, Coffees, Cakes and Cocktails. The Restaurant will be re-opening from 15th February serving Lunch, Afternoon Tea and Dinner, and will be open from Tuesday to Saturday and also for Lunch on Sundays, closing on Sunday evenings and Mondays.

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Pizza, it can come in many forms… from your perfectly rounded standard pepperoni, right through to malformed handmade beauties. Over the last decade pizza has come a long way, with most restaurants throwing their twist on the classic into the mix.

It’s one of those foods that just hits the spot whatever the mood or occasion, and even though it’s easy enough to jump straight on that delivery app – are you really happy with those run-of-the-mill stuffed-crust delights? No… we didn’t think so either! Sometimes it really is worth getting out there and finding a restaurant with handmade pizza which is both healthier, more flavoursome and often featuring locally sourced ingredients.

To celebrate National Pizza Day, we’ve combed through all the best places to get pizza on the Isle of Wight to give you our top five places to pick-up the perfect slice.

Ada Mediterranean Kitchen

With locations in Ryde and Carisbrooke, Ada Mediterranean Kitchen brings a taste of the Med to the shores of the Isle of Wight, the authentic cuisine provides an unusual mix of flavours with their pizzas handmade to order. Coupled with extensive sharing and tapas menus, this throws a spanner into your standard Italian pizza experience.

Stripped

A recent edition to the ever-growing foodie scene in Ventnor, Stripped is the next venture from the people behind popular bakery and bistro, Cantina.  We think their pizza bases are second to none, with a wide range of toppings including vegan mozzarella and gluten-free options. Plus the new children’s pizza parties are perfect for kids to get stuck in and make their own pizza, along with the quirky surroundings of this former-bank, Stripped in Ventnor is one not to be missed.

Olivos

A staple Isle of Wight Italian restaurant, Olivos is one of those perfect places to visit whether it’s to grab a quick lunch, or a full on feast!  Famed for thin and crispy pizza bases, Olivos reasonable pricing and friendly staff make this the perfect place to visit whatever the occasion. Their welcoming and contemporary restaurants can be found in Ryde and Newport (currently under refurbishment).

Michelangelo

A seriously authentic Italian, overlooking the Solent and Portsmouth on Ryde seafront.  With a warm, welcoming staff and service to complement their menu of authentic Italian dishes.  Pizzas with exceptionally thin crusts, and toppings are not scrimped on – as well as their pizzas, many of their best combinations can also be ordered as a calzone.

Wightwoods Pizza

Ok, we’re making things a little more difficult with this one – but it’s worth it!  This traveling pizza van makes its way around the Isle of Wight hand-making pizzas with locally sourced quality ingredients. Cooked on a wood-fired clay oven in their vintage Citroen van, you’ll need to make sure you follow these guys on Facebook or Twitter to find out where they’ll be on the island next!

Have we missed somewhere? Share your favourite pizza spots with us on Instagram, just tag @tasteofthewight next time you’re out exploring the Isle of Wight on your next italian-inspired adventure.

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Happy 1st Birthday to Gastronomy in Cowes https://www.tasteofthewight.co.uk/news/2019/02/happy-1st-birthday-to-gastronomy-in-cowes/ https://www.tasteofthewight.co.uk/news/2019/02/happy-1st-birthday-to-gastronomy-in-cowes/#respond Fri, 08 Feb 2019 14:32:30 +0000 https://www.tasteofthewight.co.uk/?p=12162 Bringing the party to Cowes, the team behind Gastronomy will be celebrating the success of their busy bar and restaurant […]

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Bringing the party to Cowes, the team behind Gastronomy will be celebrating the success of their busy bar and restaurant with a big first birthday bash on Saturday 16th February.

Director and Head Chef Charles Ford will be firing out a full menu from the kitchen, with plenty of small plate specials centred around the restaurant’s ethos of ‘sociable eating’, lending itself well to the party vibe. Resident mixologists Sean Phillips and Sarah Whitehouse will be stirring up a storm on the bar, with an array of birthday themed cocktails making a cameo appearance on the restaurant’s already impressive drinks list for the evening. The venue’s popular ‘Happy Hour’ of two cocktails for £10 will run all night.

After dinner service, DJ Jacob Wood will be getting the party started properly at 21:30 until midnight, blasting house remixes of well known hits, old and new.

It’s been a busy 12 months for the buzzing restaurant and bar that opened on Cowes High Street in February last year. The venue has achieved a sterling reputation, scoring 4.5 stars on Tripadvisor, 4.9 stars on Facebook and a 5 star Food Hygiene rating.

Specialising in globally influenced food that lends itself to sharing with friends, the restaurant is well suited to a multitude of diners – from big parties to couples wanting to share an intimate meal together. The Gastronomy team has big plans for 2019. Building their brand further, they have plans to expand with a food truck and to develop an external catering business for weddings and corporate events.

Booking for dinner at Gastronomy on Saturday 16th is essential. Reservations can be made by emailing bookings@gastronomycowes.co.uk or by calling 01983 200666.

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Are you celebrating Chinese New Year, the year of the pig tonight?

Around the world, people are putting a lot of care and thought into the menus for one of the most important holidays on the eastern calendar. Celebrated around the globe, Chinese cuisine is one of the world’s most popular, second only to Indian in the UK.

Each dish that is consumed on the New Year celebrations symbolises a wish for something in the year ahead:

  • Fish. An increase in prosperity 
  • Chinese Dumplings and Spring Rolls. Wealth
  • Nian Gao, Chinese New Year Cake. Higher income or position
  • Sweet Rice Balls. Family togetherness
  • Noodles. Happiness and longevity
  • Tangerines and oranges. Fullness and Wealth

Celebrate here on the Isle of Wight with a visit to Royal China in Sandown, Dragon Pearl in Shanklin and Ming Garden in Newport.
Eating in at home? Try Hong Kong Express with premises in Newport, Ryde and Freshwater; Golden Dragon in Cowes; China Garden in Ventnor and The Jade Garden in Bembridge.

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It is officially February and the season of love is upon us with Valentine’s Day celebrated on the 14th February. Wondering where to take your loved one for a romantic meal? Check out our guide to places to eat on the Isle of Wight this Valentine’s Day.

 

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The Garlic Farm

Home to garicky-goodness, enjoy a Valentine’s Supper on either the 14th or 15th February. Treat yourself to a three course meal alongside fine wines all in a rustic and  romantic setting in the heart of Newchurch. Booking essential.

 

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Off the Rails

For a Valentine’s with difference, Off the Rails in Yarmouth are running a murder mystery evening on the 15th – ‘Murder on the Orient Express’. Tickets are £4 per person and include three courses (vegetarian and vegan options available) and a welcome drink.

 

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The Boathouse

Romance is in the air with sharing platters on the menu at The Boathouse in Seaview. For £39.95 choose from a meat, seafood or vegetarian platter followed by a trio of desserts. Choose a paring wine for the special price of just £9.95.

Heima

Famed for it unusual menu and foraged fair, Heima in Brading is offering a five course tasting menu on the 14th, 15th and 16th February, all for only £35. Enjoy a special ‘red’ cocktail upon arrival and enjoy the red themed menu!

 

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The Waterfront

Overlooking the sea and one of the best sunsets on the Island, it would be hard to think of a more romantic spot than The Waterfront in Totland. There will be a special menu and live music.

 

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Artisan Bar & Kitchen

For an evening of full on romance, Artisan Bar & Kitchen are running a special three course menu with welcome cocktail on the 14th, 15th and 16th February for £50 per couple. Choose from tasty dishes including Isle of Wight reared steak, seabass and deserts such as almond frangipane.

Isle of Wight Zoo

No you didn’t read that wrong, for something totally unique, book tickets to Woo at the Zoo.  Enjoy Valentine’s Day dinner  at the Isle of Wight Zoo and you can share your love of animals while helping The Wildheart Trust. After welcome drinks and an amuse-bouche at 7pm, couples will enjoy a specially created three-course menu and a dedicated Valentine’s Day presentation from the Keeper Team – full of fascinating insights into animal courtships and bonding.

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Whether you have a sweet tooth, or enjoy more of a savoury offering, the humble croissant is always sure to be a pleaser. The buttery, crescent-shaped treat, that is crispy on the outside and soft and airy on the inside. Often associated with France, it actually originated in Austria in the early 1800s. They have long been a staple in bakeries and patisseries, before joining the mainstream market in the 70s, thanks to development of factory-made frozen ones, that simply bake in the oven. 

Whether it’s lashings of jam, dollops of Nutella or more savoury fillings such as ham and cheese or garlic butter, you have the perfect excuse to eat as many as you please as you celebrate international croissant day.  Theres so many great bakeries and cafes on the Isle of Wight where you can find the perfect pastry or croissant.  Let us know your favourite by sharing with us on Instagram tagging @tasteofthewight

Best places for Pastries on the Isle of Wight



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Find the best Chocolate Cake https://www.tasteofthewight.co.uk/features/2019/01/its-international-chocolate-cake-day-if-you-needed-an-excuse/ https://www.tasteofthewight.co.uk/features/2019/01/its-international-chocolate-cake-day-if-you-needed-an-excuse/#respond Sun, 27 Jan 2019 10:00:26 +0000 https://www.tasteofthewight.co.uk/?p=12095 The post Find the best Chocolate Cake appeared first on Taste of the Wight.

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If you ever needed a reason to eat a giant slab of chocolate cake, we have got the excuse to top all excuses as today is ‘International Chocolate Cake Day’ where it is practically law to eat as much of the good stuff as you can!

According to legends the chocolate cake was born in 1765 when a doctor and a chocolate maker teamed up in an old mill.  They ground up cocoa beans between huge millstones to make a thick syrup. The liquid was poured into moulds shaped like cakes, which were meant to be transformed into a beverage. Until 1900, chocolate recipes were mostly for chocolate drinks, and its presence in cakes was only in fillings and glazes. In 1886, American cooks began adding chocolate to the cake batter, to make the first chocolate cakes we know and love today!

If you don’t fancy baking your own today, here is our round up of some of the best places on the Island to grab a slice of cake:

PO41 in the old post office in Yarmouth is small, but perfectly formed. There is usually a good selection of homemade cakes and pastries on the counter and they do a great line in vegan cakes too.

At Chessell Café you can grab a slice of cake or one of their legendary cream teas, whilst you paint a pot or whatever else takes your fancy.

Take a walk along the cliff path from Shanklin to Sandown and make a pit stop at Blueberry’s Café where you will have worked up an appetite for a piece of one of their cakes, with so many flavours to choose from, they often run competitions for the most popular.

For a dose of history with your cake, both Quarr Abbey and The Forum Café at Brading Roman Villa are well known for their excellent selection of cakes in some of the finest settings on the Island.

Our top picks

Old Post Office, Quay Street, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, PO41 0PB
01983 76110501983 761105
Chessell Pottery Barns, Brook Road, Chessell, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, PO41 0UE
45 Littlestairs Road, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, PO37 6HS
01983 86637801983 866378
Brading Roman Villa, Morton Old Road, Brading, Isle of Wight, PO36 0PH

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Burns’ Night https://www.tasteofthewight.co.uk/events/2019/01/burns-night/ https://www.tasteofthewight.co.uk/events/2019/01/burns-night/#respond Fri, 25 Jan 2019 10:34:21 +0000 https://www.tasteofthewight.co.uk/?p=11917 Burns’ Night is traditionally celebrated on the 25th January. No longer an exclusively Scottish affair, the whole country is getting […]

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Burns’ Night is traditionally celebrated on the 25th January. No longer an exclusively Scottish affair, the whole country is getting in on the act, including the Isle of Wight!

The Garlic Farm Burns’ Night Supper runs from 7pm to 11pm on the 25th. Enjoy the traditional Burns’ night menu with Haggis, neeps and tatties and a Scottish Whisky Menu. Entertainment includes a Scottish Piper and Scottish Toastmaster. £27.95 per head including welcome drink.

Arreton Barns are offering an alternative Burns’ Night on the 19th January. Live music from Wight Hot Pipes alongside a special themed menu. There is also the ‘see it to believe it’ Haggis parade to a Burn’s poem. Fancy dress welcomed and booking advised, call 01983 539361

Otto in Ryde, also celebrating on Friday 25th are offering a three option, three course special burns night inspired menu. For those of you that are taking part in Veganuary there is a vegan option for each course, so no missing out! Booking advised, Member and members guests only.

The Freshwater Coffee House are celebrating with a three course meal followed by a delicious coffee or tea of your choice, As they have no alcohol licence they are encouraging you to take your own alcohol and they will provide the glasses and corkage is included in the £17.50 per head price (children £10.50 & under 6’s £5.50) Expect to be with them from 7pm to 10pm.

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