Mersea is a great place to go for a bite to eat or a drink with friends in one of its many pubs and restaurants.
Other eateries on the Island include The Fox Inn, the Mersea Island Fish Bar, The Dog & Pheasant and Mersea Barns.
If you are looking for great lunchtime treats head to The Art Cafe, The Gilt Rooms, Maria’s Vintage Tearoom or Coastal Coffee.
Asian cuisine is available at the Titash restaurant in the High Street and Oriental from China Kitchen near the library.
Mersea Island lies between the estuaries of the Blackwater and Colne rivers, about nine miles south of Colchester. The present Mersea Island Vineyard was established in 1985. Today there are about ten acres, five grape varieties, producing some twenty thousand bottles each year. Legend has it that…
Maria’s Vintage Tea Room at Mersea Island Vineyard,offers everything from tea, coffee and cake to a full lunch, with regular favourites and daily specials on the menu. Also available is the full range of wines from the Vineyard and beers from Mersea Island Brewery. Open 7 days a week. 10.00am…
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