There are exciting times ahead for Cowes High Street as a new restaurant and bar will open its doors at 46-47 High St on Saturday 17th February. Gastronomy Cowes will offer up exciting dishes with global influences, providing good food, good drinks and good times.
Gastronomy Cowes allows guests to personalise their dining experience. Customers can choose from a taco menu and a selection of small plates to create a sociable, tapas-style feast. Alternatively, traditionalists can stick to the notion of the three-course meal, ordering mains from the carefully curated list of large plates – from American style burgers and ribs, to Thai spiced whole seabass.
Their extensive bar and top notch mixologists can cater for any thirsty customer. With a cocktail list that changes regularly, customers will be wowed by the concoctions placed before them. Pouring pints of ice cold and super cool Punk IPA – BrewDog’s famous craft beer – the restaurant’s team brings a fresh vision to the Isle of Wight hospitality scene. Don’t worry if you don’t fancy a tipple though, tea and coffee is also on the menu at Gastronomy Cowes!
By very definition, ‘Gastronomy’ means the art of good eating – something this restaurant holds as its ethos. Head Chef and Director, Charles Ford explains “We want people to enjoy every element of their experience with us. Food is an art form, and we will be serving our customers dishes that reflect precisely that, but not in the traditional ‘fine dining’ manner – we want our guests to come hungry and leave full! Our team has lived all over the world – from Italy to South Africa – and we’ll be bringing you dishes that demonstrate our global experience. We are proud to join the line-up of great restaurants in Cowes and look forward to welcoming you all very soon.”
Gastronomy Cowes will be open all day from 11am, Tue-Sun. Booking is strongly advised due to the already significant buzz surrounding the restaurant. If you would like to book, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or message them on Facebook.