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The Garlic Farm, Newchurch

Categories: Farms, Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping, Tourist Spots
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4.1/5 based on 1,200+ reviews on the web
The main attraction of The Garlic Farm is a renowned restaurant known for its spicy, strong flavors. Enjoy the gourmet tastes of the restaurant's world-class chefs, and pick up some garlic treats from the gift shop. Sign up for the “Garlic Experience” for a sampling of chutneys, sauces, olives, cloves, bread, scapes (garlic leaves and flower buds), pork scratchings, Bloody Marys, and more. After you've eaten your fill of the farm's spice, visit the Heritage Center to view artifacts found in the area that provide evidence of human settlements from as far back as 4,000 BCE.  Using our world travel planner, Sandown attractions like The Garlic Farm can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Informative and interesting place with plenty to occupy all members of the family. Lots of soveneirs, pleasant walks with easy access and parking. 
  • Plenty of parking. We arrived around lunch time and the restaurant was busy but we didn't wait long. Before we had lunch we wondered around the land.. There was a 'workshop' educational area where we ...  read more »
  • First class experience. Food lovely staff very informative. The shop had a huge selection of various foods, to suit every taste. 
  • Love it! The Garlic Farm is fantastic. The restaurant was extremely busy, however the waitress seated us quickly outside. We were really impressed with the staff, so friendly and helpful. Our food was incredible, local produce at its best, the garlic mushrooms are absolute heaven. After our meal we took in the falconry and owls, visited the tasting experience and of course the lovely garlic farm shop. If you are in the area, make this a "must visit " on your list.
  • A little expensive in their café, and sadly for the 2nd year running, I've not been able to take the tour due to their silly times and non-turn up of drivers. But it is a very pleasant self walk if its a sunny day.
  • We visited The Garlic Farm in mid April, whilst holidaying on the Isle of Wight. We entered the restaurant , but as my wife is allergic to daffodils and they were on the tables within, we had to leave. However - a very helpful and obliging waitress solved the problem by bringing our meal over to the little cafe, opposite. It was a most delicious meal, washed down with their garlic beer, which was very enjoyable. We purchased a substantial amount of items in the shop and they were delicious too. Will be replenishing a stock if we can find a stockist in Cambridgeshire, or by mail order, directly from Garlic Farm, if not.
  • Really nice stop off. Good cafe, friendly staff and good shop. Quite a bit to do, particularly some walks following a map you can pick up in the shop. The garlic mayo comes highly recommended!
  • Great if you have an hour or some vampires to kill, also nice grounds for a walk and more garlic based products than you will ever need! The garlic pork scratchings are amazing!
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