Tapas on The Quarterdeck

Dorset B&B Owner Tries Tapas On The Quarterdeck

by steve blakesley on April 9, 2011

Its a balmy sunny day on the south west coast of Dorset , and I had a few spare hours to kill , and it was lunch time , so thinking about a nice pint and a bit of lunch , I am close to Westbay , which if you are unfamiliar with the area is off the A 35 on the out skirts of Bridport.

 
Just before you came to the Harbour  on the right hand side you will find The Quarterdeck , so this was my point of interest , having not ever eaten here before.

 
So sitting out side on the decking and looking though the menu can you imagine my surprise at finding Tapas on the menu .

 
So with a pint of Doom Day (Real Ale) £2,80 a pint , I ordered the Tapas , and wow was I in for a surprise not only by the price £5 , but the quality of the food and the quantity, Parma Ham, Side Salad , Dipping Bread , Olive Oil/Balsamic  Dip, Humus, King Prawns, Olives, Three Types of Cheeses,two types of Salamis, Pureed Black and Green Olives.

 
A Great afternoon and great Food , what could be better on a summers day in Dorset,typically British  , No flying insects/ no horrid Smells just the sea breeze

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