What wonderful staff amazing service, if you go to the Isle of Purbeck you have to eat here. Gratin of Dorset crab beautiful, sticky toffee pudding and lemon pot dessert awesome. Can not recommended this wonderful place high enough.
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We ate here on a Saturday night and had booked well in advance. The food was good with a non-standard menu. The dessert choice was unusual but they were good too. The service was good.
We have visited many times at different times of day, this was our first supper visit. We were not disappointed, the service was brilliant, the food amazing both the vegetarian and meat dishes. I read some reviews that thought it expensive but I recently visited...More
After a circular yomp starting and finishing at the duck pond and encompassing a fair stretch of the coast path...the bunting and bay window beckoned us in... It was a delight to find ourselves in a 50's front room atmosphere-complete with flying-on-the-wall geese...cosy but not...More
A very twee establishment, but need to guard against getting too full of their own (perceived) importance. As a family, we tried three of the six lunch dishes on offer and all were excellent. The desserts, also, were very good. However, for £15 per main...More
First impressions when we walked in were excellent(just like stepping back in time) We were shown to our table and were given lunch menus to look at..... Then it started to go downhill a bit. For a little tea room/supper room the menu did not...More
This is indeed a haven after a long hike. The staff are so welcoming, the garden is delightful, the cream tea for two delicious and I want to go back again! Not to be missed! And by the way, they also do supper!!
Just finished an amazing cream tea, after being blown away along the coast path on a circular walk from Worth Matravers via win spit to Dancing ledge return viv priests way. What a great way to finish, lovely tea room - warm welcome comfortable table...More
Having walked from Spyway along the coastal to path to Worth Matravers; possibly one of the prettiest villages I've seen. We were in need of refreshment, we came to this before the pub which has rave reviews, so they got our business. Very full, not...More
Went here for tea mid-week in October. Was worried with our dog, but they do have a small very pretty garden at the back and as it was a beautiful sunny day it was perfect to sit outside. We both had the Dorset cream tea...More