Valentine’s Restaurants on the Isle of Wighthttps://www.tasteofthewight.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/pexels-photo-300886.jpeg19201280The EditorThe Editorhttps://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/37fe426ab2926c2daa220c085444acb3?s=96&d=mm&r=g
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.