Stopped here again for coffee and a sublime chocolate brownie. The service was excellent and we would return every time.
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Looks like an interesting cafe/restaurant with novels in the backs of the chairs. The service was very friendly and the waitresses always had a smile. The food was brilliant. The pork ribs were very tasty.
Nothing elaborate, but good choice of dishes, food well cooked and staff very friendly. Refreshing to find a restaurant that is what it says it is.
Come in, sit back and soak up a little Dorset treasure. Popular with the locals and rightly so this well established 'home style kitchen restaurant' oozes love and charm. Owners are so welcoming providing newspaper, kids toys and colouring, making for an easy experience with...More
I stopped here with inlaws, husband and toddler for a morning coffee. After a quick review of the menu two sausage sandwiches, two scones and drinks were ordered. We sat upstairs at old wooden tables and chairs, a bit shabby chic and not my taste...More
We only stopped for drinks and a sweet treat whilst visiting the area. The coffee was well made and well presented by very friendly staff. The food being freshly cooked smelt amazing and looked good. If I went back to Christchurch I would definitely pop...More
We were hungry after a day of sightseeing, stumbled across this cosy little restaurant & decided to give it a try. Burgers were offered as 2 for 1. It was a great deal. I opted for the delicious fish burger. Cooked to perfection, fresh tasting...More
This place feels like your local cafe, where the staff make you feel like you've been a known regular even on your first visit. Very warm and genuine. Drinks were interesting and good - Coffee Bon Bon is coffee with condensed milk and tastes wonderful,...More
Website suggests so much yet the menu proffered for our visit was limited. The big choices were for burgers. I was informed that the fish cakes were sold out as was the fish and chips. Fortunately someone had thawed more fish and this option was...More