Bournemouth Restaurants

Bournemouth is approximately 4 miles from The Little Cabin.   You can drive or take a bus.   The number 14 and 16 bus run pass our house or the M2 from North road.

The Real Greek - BH2 Exeter Crescent, BH2 5DD

T: 01202 022208

The Real Greek Bournemouth, within the new BH2 complex, is situated at the entrance to Bournemouth Lower Gardens - the
walkway to our award-winning seafront. The restaurant brings our authentic Greek cuisine to this beautiful South Coast
destination. Our new, two-storey, spacious eatery, with fantastic outdoor seating areas, is designed to recreate the
atmospheric experience of eating in Greece. The Real Greek Bournemouth is an ideal location for relaxing with friends and
family in this picturesque seaside town.

http://www.therealgreek.com/bournemouth/

 

Wildwood Restaurant -  6-7 Richmond Hill, BH1 1BA

T: 01202 001421

Back in 2016 we took a trip down to Bournemouth and found a beautiful building on Richmond Hill in which to set up shop. We instantly fell in love with the place and the people that came to try our pizza. Fast forward two years later and we’ve served thousands of hungry locals and tourists alike. We like to think of ourselves as a home from home. All our pizza dough is hand-stretched and stone-baked for those crispy
edges we all love. If pizza’s not your thing, then we’ve got seasonal pasta dishes and tasty burgers covered too.

https://wildwoodrestaurants.co.uk/restaurant/bournemouth/

Cote Brasserie -  1 Westover Road, BH1 2BY

T: 01202 233 946

Côte is inspired by the brasseries of Paris, championing relaxed all-day dining and serving authentic French classics made from great quality, fresh ingredients. Whether you're looking for a quick meal to begin the day or a more relaxed brunch, our comprehensive breakfast menu offers something for everyone; with both lighter and more hearty options.

https://www.cote.co.uk/restaurant/bournemouth/

BRASSERIE BLANC - MARRIOTT HIGHCLIFF HOTEL
105 ST MICHAEL'S ROAD, BOURNEMOUTH, BH2 5DU

T: 01202 200899

Our à la carte menu is a wonderful mix of hearty French classics alongside exciting dishes inspired by the food of Raymond’s travels that take their influence from as far away as South East Asia, South America and North Africa. You can also enjoy our sensational Sunday lunch menu and sample Chef’s Specials that change daily and always champion the finest produce.

Whatever you choose you are assured of top quality ingredients, ethically sourced and served by teams that are friendly, knowledgeable and here to take care of you.

https://brasserieblanc.com/restaurants/bournemouth/

NEO - EXETER ROAD, BH2 5AH

T: 01202 203610

Our restaurant is inspired by its surroundings, we’ve embraced the spectacular views of the seafront and gardens to create a truly unique dining experience. Everything in NEO has been hand-picked and carefully crafted, from our crockery to our bathroom decor, we are all about quality and attention to detail.

https://www.neorestaurant.co.uk/

 

Koh Thai Tapas,  38-40 Poole Hill, Bournemouth, BH2 5PS,

T: 01202 294723

With restaurants in Bournemouth (The Triangle), Boscombe, Christchurch, Lilliput and now branching out of town, Koh Thai Tapas has clearly found a recipe for success. The founders wanted to create a restaurant which would throw traditional expectations of Thai dining out of the window. Their award-winning, flagship restaurant in Boscombe established Koh’s CDE: Complete Dining Experience. They bring the fiery cocktails, exotic beers and an electric atmosphere in a fusion of food and music. Koh Thai doesn’t offer the three-course sit-down meal; get your fill of Thai appetisers ordered as and when you want. The Tapas menu features Koh’s most popular dishes including 24-hour ribs, Jungle Curry, mussels in crispy bacon and Thai fishcakes. For a more traditional dining experience you can still order your lip-smacking Thai curries, soup, salads, sides, rice, noodles and stir-fries too.

https://www.koh-thai.co.uk/

 

The Crab At Bournemouth, Exeter Road, BH2 5AJ,

T: 01202 203601

If you want the finest seafood locally sourced and expertly prepared a stone’s throw from its source, a trip to The Crab in the heart of Bournemouth Gardens is most definitely on the menu.

The dishes combine British dining with an international twist, taking the finest touches from world cuisines and blending them with seafood sourced from the fish markets of Dorset, plus Looe, Brixham and Newlyn in Cornwall. The Crab’s restaurant menus change regularly to reflect each season’s ingredients.

If seafood isn’t your style, you’ll find tempting meat and vegetarian dishes on the menu too prepared with the same passion and attention to detail.

http://www.crabatbournemouth.com/