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Bonchurch Inn

Eating Out & In

Shanklin is a great town to get everything you need. There are a range of shops for you to get into the local swing of things to eat while you are here or to take home. Shanklin is also an excellent town should you need anything practical like outdoor gear, shoe repair has it all. 

  • It's About Thyme Butchers, Deli & Greengrocers Fresh local, produce - meat, veg, cheeses, cured meats, groceries from around the Island and the world, homemade pies, pastries, Scotch eggs, cakes, sourdough bread, baguettes for the beach.
    Everything you need for eating in. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. Free delivery.

  • Ventnor Haven on Ventnor Seafront sell fish freshly caught daily

  • Deli-icious Polish Deli & Bakery

  • Grace's Bakery for more traditional bakery goods

There are also 2 Co-ops in Shanklin and Morrisons in Lake.​

We just love eating out, whether it's by the sea, in a village, in a town, restaurants, pubs, tea rooms, cafés. There is so much choice here on the Island these are just a few of your options;


  • Pendletons modern English food, just round the corner, much loved by our guests.

  • Thai Mukda - Authentic Thai Cuisine in a beautiful old Tudor style building.

  • Pavarottis, Shanklin – family run Italian trattoria

  • Fisherman’s Cottage, thatched pub with good pub grub and seafood

  • South East Beach Café - you can't get any closer to the sand!

  • Steamer Inn - on the seafront, good choice of pub food, larger tables accommodated

  • Waterfront Inn - on the seafront with a varied menu. Good for larger tables

A Little Further Afield

  • The Beach Shack, Sandown. Excellent beach side 'cafe' Inside and outside seating, roof terrace and service with a smile, 'best crab cakes on the Island', selection of burgers, seafood specials, & homemade soups, good wine, great views.

  • Bonchurch Inn, Bonchurch Excellent Italian, owned and run by 3 generations of a lovely Italian family. Beautiful courtyard & character Inn.

  • Cantina Ventnor with selection of modern dishes with a very European influence. Excellent selection of homemade breads for picnics.

  • Buddle Inn, Niton (perfect for a walk to St Catherine’s lighthouse). Good pub food, a roaring fire in the winter and good outside eating and views for the summer.

  • The Taverners, Godshill Amazing food, nice atmosphere, just a lovely big pub and garden. 

  • Michelangelo’s, Ryde more authentic Italian and just a train ride away.

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