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 ………..

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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.

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