Exploring London? Great Food and Drinks in Dorset

Coming to London? You can do so many things with your family or group of friends during your Dorset holiday. From donkey rides, race tracking, cliff climbing, scuba diving, and zip-lining, there are always adventures across the county. All of this will make you crave good food and drink. During your Dorset holiday, delight your palate with tasty dishes in fine dining restaurants. You will have many options to choose from when it comes to eating out because there are so many to choose from. Whether you like classic English meals or international cuisine, you won’t be disappointed. Choose to stay in the luxury vacation cabins because they offer clean, comfortable and luxurious accommodations. Even though Dorset vacation homes are self-contained units, you may not want to use their beautiful kitchens because of these amazing restaurants.

The Fleur de Lys

Get out of the holiday homes and visit La Fleur de Lys. This restaurant is located in Shaftsbury and is a great place to enjoy authentic French cuisine. La Fleur de Lys has over 19 years of experience and is loved by customers for its excellent service and delicious food dishes. Schedule a dinner here Monday through Saturday between 7 p.m. at 10 pm.

The old tea house

The Old Tea House is perfect for those who love to have a cup of tea with family and friends. With its elegantly decorated interiors and warm atmosphere, it oozes charm and tradition. Located in Dorchester, it is very close to the holiday homes. It is also famous for freshly baked cakes, scones and other delicacies that ooze homemade goodness. You can visit here on a Sunday evening and invite your family over for a special dinner. The famous traditional three-course meal is something you won’t want to miss on your Dorset holiday.

Les Bouviers

Right in the heart of Dorset, you will find the famous Les Bouviers restaurant. There is no problem to go here from the vacation homes. The restaurant’s beautiful interiors, landscaped garden section, and cozy atmosphere are just some of the reasons it’s always packed to the brim. Only the best ingredients from local markets are used to prepare succulent creations. The set menu including around 4 different options per course costs £ 35 excluding drinks. The restaurant’s cellar is filled with the best wines from different French regions. The chef’s surprise is highly recommended by customers. But you can also choose your food from the à la carte menu. Book early so you can get good seats. This is a perfect place for special family celebrations or romantic dinners. Enjoy the wonderful scenery from the garden and make your Dorset holiday unforgettable.

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