Delicious French cuisine in the heart of Westbourne – Adam Trimby reviews Café RougeDetails
Highly rated hidden gem By Janine Pulford You could be forgiven for walking straight past this Thai restaurant in Ringwood because you have to look skywards to find it. Overlooking the Market Place, Lemongrass is situated above The Cancer Research shop. Its entrance and parking can be found at the back of the properties. If you love Asian food, you will return again…Details
A roast for all seasons By Liz Turner Remember that delicious roast turkey dinner on Christmas Day? The mouthwatering aroma of the turkey, vegetables and roast potatoes? This needn’t be just a memory as the chef at the Forest Inn in Ferndown is determined that everyone should be able to enjoy the traditional roast meal…Details
Delicious food with a twist By Russell Harness When looking for food with a difference in a nice location, the Inn at Cranborne ticks all the boxes and you would be hard pressed to find a warmer welcome than the one we received. We were shown to a table for two where we had a…Details
Review by Russell Harness The Curry Garden in Ringwood, not only creates award winning Indian cuisine, but it is also a Bangladeshi restaurant, offering a wide array of dishes where the master chefs create each and every dish to perfection. My wife Claire and I visited one evening and received a very warm welcome from…Details
Nestling just outside Wimborne, on a quiet country lane, you will find the beautifully presented Horns Inn with the new landlady Lori at the helm. Claire and I were invited there to sample some of the wholesome freshly cooked culinary delights they have to offer. Being a Wednesday night we arrived early to find a…Details
One of Broadstone’s newest restaurants is Tiien – an elegantly modern, contemporary Thai establishment situated on Moor Road.
I visited just after the snowfall in mid-January with my girlfriend, Charlee. We were warmly greeted by managing partner Ning, who showed us too our table next to a warm radiator.
Good news! Verwood has bucked the national trend of pub closures with the opening of the Hideaway. The clue to its location is in its name and though only a stone’s throw from the town centre, this new pub/restaurant is hidden away behind the recreation ground – a little further to drive than it is to walk.Details