Making the most of local island ingredients, these Isle of Wight pubs all offer up a tasty roast dinner for you to enjoy either before or after a long walk across the Tennyson Downs or on the golden beaches of Sandown.
Settle down next to the fire and share a moment with family or friends while on holiday on the Isle of Wight. There’s something so comforting about home cooked meals and, for me, one of the best is the classic Sunday carvery. No other food beats tasty meat, homegrown vegetables, roast potatoes, a Yorkshire pudding or two and lashings of gravy. An easy meal that most people will happily fill their bellies with before sitting back and claiming “I’m so full”. Because if you aren’t full after a Sunday roast, there’s definitely something wrong with the food.
We approached our island team for truly local recommendations of where you should go for a really good roast on the Isle of Wight. They didn’t fail to disappoint and we may need a few holidays on the island to try out every single one of these.
The Kynges Well has been a place with many names. There are records of the building existing as a pub from as early as the 1820s called The Red Lion and then known as The Dark Horse. They serve a great classic pub menu and usually have three options of meat for their Sunday carvery. You are spoiled for choice.
Join landlords Rob and Rachel at one of the most historic pubs on the island. Having won several accolades, you can expect excellent service, local ales and an exciting menu from this south Wight restaurant.
A traditional, family-run alehouse with a great reputation on the Isle of Wight. The Blacksmiths is more than 400 years old and has beautiful panoramic views across miles of countryside, you can even see the Solent on a clear day. If you’re looking for somewhere to sit outside and soak up island life, this is the place to go.
The Taverners is a well-renowned place to eat on the Isle of Wight, boasting excellent food and a great choice of local island ales too. This country pub welcomes in families and makes for a great stop while on a day out in Godshill.
Part of a chain of Isle of Wight pubs, The Sun Inn is not what you’d expect from a chain. Each detail has been thought through, the pub is homely and welcoming and the food makes the most of local island ingredients, serving up a great choice of pub grub and, of course, the traditional Sunday roast.
A family team serve up delicious dishes at the Yarbridge. The welcoming atmosphere and friendly staff making eating here an absolute delight. Open all week but perfect for a Sunday dinner followed by a gentle stroll around Brading.
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