Restaurants

We have visited many restaurants across Dorset since The Food Feed started in 2011 and have written hundreds of reviews. We try our best to keep this list up to date as restaurants come and go and all our favourite restaurants are all listed here – from Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch, all the way up to Shaftesbury and across to Weymouth, Dorchester and Bridport (and everywhere in between!).

Review of The Fox Inn at Ansty

Review of The Fox Inn at Ansty

If there was a spiritual centre of Dorset, it would be at the junction of five ancient tracks, called The Dorsetshire Gap. From the middle ages, this was an important junction, joining tracks of the ridgeway, with roads to the North. OK, maybe not truly…

Review of Kala Thai in Bournemouth

Review of Kala Thai in Bournemouth

Dorset Foodie Feed were recently invited to sample the new menu at Kala Thai – Bournemouth’s new Thai restaurant. Serving up the regions more traditional Thai dishes – old favourites like Pad Thai and Gaeng Massaman curry – this new dining venture is only a…

Review of Cafe Bosconova

Review of Cafe Bosconova

Cafe Bosconova has always been a favourite for breakfast but what with all that has happened this year, it wasn’t until someone suggested we visit that I remembered just how great their  breakfasts really are. Cafe Bosconova is situated on the pedestrianised section of Boscombe…

Review of Pizza with Love in Poole

Review of Pizza with Love in Poole

I can’t remember when I had my first taste of Pizza with Love, mainly because there have been so many pizzas since then! Usually providing catering at weddings and events, in Rosie, their replica 1960’s Airstream, Pizza with Love have had to adapt during the…

Dorset’s Restaurants, Cafes and Bars.

Dorset’s Restaurants, Cafes and Bars.

Current Government restrictions due to Covid19 may mean that these restaurants are temporarily takeaway only or open with restricted seating. Always check with an establishment before travelling.  We wanted to make a Directory of all Dorset’s restaurants and takeaways but there are just so many,…

Review of Forno Pizza in Bournemouth

Review of Forno Pizza in Bournemouth

Our family of four are big fans of pizza and we have had the pleasure of sampling Forno Pizza a few times at various festivals and events over the years. During Lockdown we have ordered a delicious, hot home delivery from their base in Winton…

Review of Captain Cod in Christchurch

Review of Captain Cod in Christchurch

It might be the middle of the Covid-19 lockdown, but after deciding as a family that we’d love to see if we could find a fish and chip takeaway for our Saturday evening meal, I discovered this gem of a fish and chip shop! Located…

Review of the recently refurbished Curlew Restaurant in Parley

Review of the recently refurbished Curlew Restaurant in Parley

Have you been to The Curlew before? It’s a gorgeous Georgian building, a stone’s throw from Bournemouth International Airport (so close you could see your friends arriving from Mallorca, pay your bill and reach the airport before they’ve sailed through passport control). I haven’t visited…

Review of Rockfish Restaurant in Poole

Review of Rockfish Restaurant in Poole

Dorset Foodie Feed was kindly invited to try the new Rockfish restaurant that has recently opened on Poole Quay and since we have only heard lovely things about the Rockfish restaurants, we eagerly accepted the invite! Rockfish opened their first restaurant in Dartmouth in 2010…

Review of The Club House and OTO CBD in West Bexington

Review of The Club House and OTO CBD in West Bexington

CBD non-alcoholic bitters when added to cocktails just works – they add another dimension to a drink and really do enhance the social experience. This became apparent when The Dorset Foodie Family were invited to The Club House, in West Bexington, for the launch of…