Taste of Scilly

Our 2016 Taste of Scilly Festival might be over, but the Isles of Scilly is always a great place to drink well, sample local produce and enjoy unique experiences. Three or four times a year, you can eat mussels on the seabed during low tide events, whilst you can always tuck into the distinctive flavours of islands-produced beef, pork and duck. For much of the year, too, there's nearly always lobsters, crab and lots of wet fish to buy from the local fishermen off the quays. 

Scilly's food and drink offer represents the ultimate in slow food and low food miles. You'll not only know where your food has come from, but you can often point to the fisherman or farmer who has provided it!

Find out more about our local food and drink from the islands or whet your appetite with our foodie film. Then book your place to stay next September for Taste of Scilly 2017!

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Churchtown Farm Walk

St. Martin's

Tuesday 6th September

Churchtown Farm (Scilly Flowers), Higher Town, St. Martin’sRead more »

Troytown Ice cream cones

Troytown Farm Tour

St. Agnes

Wednesday 7th September
Wednesday 21st September

Meet on St. Agnes Quay

Today, it’s the turn of the dairy cattle, as we invite you to tour Troytown Farm on St. Agnes, England’s most south-westerly farm, and arguably the smallest one in the country with just 9 Jersey cows!Read more »