indian food

Foodie Guide

by steveblakesley on June 7, 2013

I am often asked , where to go to eat, fortunately in this part of Dorset we have an abundance of good food outlets, so in no particular order,  I love the Riverside in westbay, predominantly Fish but serves a number of other dishes, the fish soup is to die for, make sure you book in advance.


Still in Westbay the Seagulls restaurant always gets good marks , as does the Westbay Hotel, The watch House is great for Lunch with great views of the beach on nice sunny days, moving on to Burton Bradstock , the Anchor is not to be missed.


There are  a few country pubs not to far outside Bridport i can recomend, The Pymore inn, the Shaves Cross, The Spyway , llchester Arms, The Loders Arms , The Crown Uploaders , The Crown Puncknowle, Hare and Hounds Netherbury,The  Elm Tree Langton Herring , The White Horse .

Then in Town both Indian Restaurants are good , and a lttle further in Dorchester The Raj Poot , is highly recommended , Spice Chinese is good , the wine bar Beach and barnicots does nice food as does The Market House , and a great place for lunch is Lula’s.

More to come ………..


Learn How to cook Indian Food

by steveblakesley on September 10, 2012

Learn how to cook your favorite authentic Indian cusine in our new  3 night stay at the    White House we have arranged for a group of our guests , to have two days training , learning to prepare and cook their favorite dishes, in a local professional Kitchen, under the guidence of one of the areas Top Indian chefs
The cost will be £415 for the three days which include double room with breakfast and 2 places on the two day  food course .
For more details please drop us an email , and we will get back to you with some dates.