We moved to the Isle of Wight about a year ago and have slowly explored various attractions, restaurants and pubs.(Well someone has to do it !) We were curious about visiting The Lavender farm one lunch time. The farm is accessed down a long farm track, and the eatery is part of several farm buildings. On entering we were warmly greeted by the new occupiers of the eatery who explained they had recently opened. We only popped in for a light lunch, but my attention was immediately caught by the tempura battered cod loin and my wife by the brunch. We were not disappointed. My fish was fantastic with flavoursome chips and batter. My wifes brunch was equally well prepared and tasty. We enjoyed it so much we booked to return for their "official opening" later in the month.
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