Nappers Mite: Olde worlde building with great cafe
Something for everyone in this wonderful cafe/bar. There are two inside eating areas (one part is a semi pub) but we ate in the covered courtyard and there was a real sense of history here. Unfortunatly it was a busy walkway into the shopping area from a car park and if you do not like people passing by as you eat then go inside.
Friendly staff who were attentive and eager to please.
Favorite Dish: Just coffee and snacks really but there was a good range of sandwiches , salads and baked potatoes.
Pine Farm Lodge: Traditional country tearoom
A good old fashioned English tearoom if you are between Dorchester and Poole. Red leatherette seats and table cloths with silver teapots. A part of England that thankfully never disappears.
There is an outside seating area and plenty of parking. Two parts to the indoor area and a nice clean and friendly place. Service good and unobtrusive.
Open for lunch 12:00 - 14:00 and cream teas and snacks to 17:00.
Bookings required for Sunday roast.
Favorite Dish: We had the cream tea and it was delicious.