The Garlic Farm - Isleofwight
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The Garlic Farm is well-known on the Isle of Wight and indeed across the UK. Having grown garlic for over 30 years, they are now the largest UK specialist garlic grower.
The Garlic Farm pride themselves on their exceptional garlic... known for it's flavour, beauty and keeping quality. The garlic is not available in supermarkets, being instead sold in various ways, including their own farm shop and website, farmer's markets and specialist food retailers throughout the UK.
GARLIC FARM SHOP
If you love food, you will love The Garlic Farm shop. Packed with more than twenty Mayo's, Relishes, Mustards, Vampire Pickles, Butters and Pestos, there's something for everyone. There are various traditional and innovative products... along with some which are very quirky for the curious among you!
Not forgetting the garlic of course, including delicious garlic bread, the famous Elephant Garlic and the locally brewed Garlic Beer! You will also find a great selection of Isle of Wight produce. The kids will enjoy trying Rhubarb and Pear Chutney Ice-cream, while gardeners can take home garlic bulbs for the garden.
THE GARLIC FARM FESTIVAL
Since starting in 1983, The Garlic Festival has now become one of the largest events on the Isle of Wight. Around 25,000 people now visit each year. There is a mix of festival music, country fair and garlic based cuisine, along with plenty of entertainment for both children and adults, all adding to it's success.
Check out our article about The Garlic Festival.
GARLIC FARM CAFE
The Garlic Farm cafe provides fresh, quality food, prepared by head chef Charlie Bartlett, along with his dedicated team. The menu is carefully designed to embrace local, seasonal produce, along with Garlic Farm garlic of course!
Scrumptious cakes are baked on the premises.
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