Sometimes it’s worth forking out a little extra to mark a special occasion such as a birthday or wedding anniversary. But if you’re staying at Tapnell Farm you’re most likely on holiday, so go crazy! You don’t need an excuse go big! Below are fine dining options that will leave you feeling incredibly well catered for.
Originally opened in the summer of 2015 it now one of the most popular places to eat on the Isle of Wight. The vibrant rustic restaurant offers diners a wide choice of both meat and vegetarian options with sumptuous steaks, brilliant burgers, specialist cheeses, the finest local ice creams, and a regular rotation of seasonal specials.
*10% discount for Tapnell Farm guests*
This place is only 10 minutes drive from Tapnell Farm and has character in abundance, there’s no doubt about it. The restaurant has a well-earned reputation for serving the best local fish and shellfish. There’s always a fun and lively atmosphere and friendly staff. We recommend any of the daily specials — always fresh and delicious!
Created by the owners of The Hut, Colwell, The Grill is a relaxed and stylish take on the classic ‘charcoal grill’, with no nonsense food where flavours speak for themselves.
Seasonal Opening Times
Sunny seaside hangout in the day and atmospheric restaurant in the evening serving mouthwatering cuisine from lobster to catch of the day.
Thompsons Restaurant is a contemporary ‘open kitchen’ restaurant offering a delicious modern British menu inspired by the flavours of the Island and Robert’s Experiences. Owner & head chef Robert Thompson was the youngest British chef to receive a Michelin star and showcases the Isle of Wight’s produce and flavours in his food.
Little Gloster is a family run award winning restaurant with seafront views of the solent. Presenting simple seasonal food in relaxed Scandinavian influenced surroundings; it is the perfect place for a quiet meal or to celebrate a special occasion.