Food-lovers prepare to be seriously spoilt with the variety of choices for dining in Bournemouth, ensuring you that memorable ‘taste of Dorset’. Popular restaurants for you to try include Zim Braai, Neo, Lola’s , West Beach and Schpoons & Forx.
Bournemouth has seen a fantastic surge in new restaurant openings. From quirky independent pubs to unique chic bistros the range of culinary delights using fresh local produce is limitless. Fresh seafood in abundance, succulent, locally reared meats, artisan Dorset cheeses and classic cream teas – no matter what your craving is, Bournemouth can deliver it.
Some of our newest openings, and all within a stones throw of the Bournemouth International Centre include; a microbrewery with their menu designed to match their beer The Brewhouse & Kitchen, a contemporary Mexican restaurant inspired by street food Ojo Rojo, the fitness enthused menu at the Twelve Eatery and a whole host of well known brands in the new BH2 Leisure Complex.
With fine dining expect to dine in luxurious surroundings at linen covered tables with high quality tableware. Service will be of the highest order and there will often be an extensive wine list overseen by the sommelier. Behind every fine dining restaurant in Dorset, you will find an experienced team of chefs. The passion these chefs have shows when they create each and every meal, the mouth watering and perfectly presented dishes will make you want to come back for more.
To experience fine dining why not try Restaurant Roots located in the Southbourne district just three miles east of Bournemouth town centre or The Crab Bournemouth positioned between Bournemouth pier and Bournemouth International Centre or Rick Stein’s Restaurant situated in the neighbouring, exclusive area of Sandbanks.
For more information about restaurants, private dining and fine dining experiences in Bournemouth contact us to discuss or use our Event Organisers Guide for ideas.