The Isle of Wight is home to a wide array of pubs, bars and restaurants where local people and tourists alike can grab a bite to eat this Easter. From fine dining and international delights, through to proper pub grub and British classics, there’s something to suit every taste and preference.
We’ve made a list of our favourite places to enjoy a bite to eat this Easter on the Isle of Wight:
The Sun Inn, Hulverstone
A natural favourite of ours, due to the proximity of the pub from our location here at Brook House, is the Sun Inn. With the wonderful food and atmosphere on offer at this country pub, and a stunning view of the English channel from the beer garden, it’s no wonder so many of our guests enjoy repeated trips to this location. Their menu is varied – ranging from country classics like Liver and Onions sourced from local Mottistone Farm, through to a beautiful Wild Mushroom and Risotto – and they offer delightful options for lunchtime too. When staying with us at Brook House this Easter and beyond, we’d always recommend a trip to the Sun Inn.
The Three Bishops, Brighstone
Another great option for dining is The Three Bishops, located just up the road from Brook House in the neighbouring picture-postcard village of Brighstone, This pub and restaurant is in the heart of the village and is home to a stocked bar – filled with real ale and specialising in a range of gins too. For a roast this Easter made with local produce from the neighbouring farms, The Three Bishops is the perfect place to stop in and enjoy hearty portions lovingly made. Why not finish off with one of their delightful desserts, like their rich Mars Bar Cheesecake?
The Met, Ventnor
A little further afield, and a little different from the two offerings above, is The Met Wine Bar located in Ventnor. With it’s own microclimate, Ventnor is a popular place to visit whilst on the Isle of Wight – allowing visitors to enjoy a Mediterranean feel right here in the UK. The Met is a wonderful place to enjoy a taste of Europe this Easter – if you’d rather enjoy a pizza or pasta over the long weekend than a traditional roast.
We have just given a little run down of three great options, but when on the Isle of Wight, you’re truly spoilt for choice with places you can enjoy dining for any taste and occasion. From family restaurants through to date night hotspots, from Scandinavian décor through to proper British produce, this Easter, wonderful food awaits you on the Island.