Off The Rails, Yarmouth
Muddy Says: The epitome of Isle of Wight eccentricity and foodie fun, Off The Rails is an award-winning restaurant situated in a converted railway station.
Off The Rails is unlike any other restaurant on the Isle of Wight. Situated in what was once Yarmouth’s railway station, this restaurant has a good dose of quirk flanked with some major foodie credentials.
The restaurant opened in 2014, a good 60 years after the last train choo-chooed by, and has become a must-visit spot for anybody visiting Yarmouth – plus a beloved local haunt.
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, much of the produce comes directly from the Island and includes giant gourmet burgers, Yarmouth Crab, and a good offering of veggie and gluten-free dishes. You’ll also be smirking at the railway themed names (Mind The Gap is a particular highlight) before you tuck into the delicious plates too.
Although they are child-friendly, there isn’t a children’s menu but they will happily make smaller portions for any younger patrons. Furry friends, however, are well and truly spoilt as there’s even a menu for dogs (complete with ice-cream for those hot days).