Restaurant

Our philosophy is 'Keep it simple. No compromise on quality.'

Fine food and wine are at the heart of Bridge House life. Blessed with some of Britain's finest farmers, growers & fisherman on our doorstep, our hotel restaurant has an enviable reputation for locally sourced, home-grown food served in a wonderful choice of dining areas including al fresco. Our cooking style is fresh, modern-British. Our wine list is eclectic.

Award-winning restaurant

We have held a two AA rosette for many years and pride ourselves on the best fine dining that West Dorset has to offer. We have won the Taste of the West Gold award for 5 years running and are passionate about working with local producers to create seasonal dishes with a taste explosion and plenty of 'wow' factor. 

Vegan, veggie, gluten friendly – we've got it covered

With a little notice, virtually all dietary needs can be catered for. Especially for those who need the assurance that their food is gluten friendly or vegetarian. Child-friendly menus are also available.

We're a fine dining hotel in Dorset

Take a peek through the kitchen window on the way to the restaurant. Our Georgian panelled restaurant is beautifully chic, relaxed and with a lively atmosphere.

The hotel takes great pride in creating fine dining menus for wedding receptions and celebrations such as christenings, birthdays, anniversaries, shoots and private parties. 

We take our culinary cues from the Continent, but with a British take on what a seasonal menu should contain. Changing seasonally, the menu always offers a range of dishes which can be as varied as a lamb curry to local sea bream.

The menu can change daily depending on the quality of produce and with fish, whether the boats have managed to get to sea.

To book a table or speak to our restaurant manager:
T: + 44 (0) 1308 862200
E: enquiries@bridge-house.co.uk

South West Tourism Highly Commended Dorset Small Hotel of the Year Dorset Eating Out of the Year Taste of the West 2017 Gold AA 2 Rosette Open 4 Business recommended by Food and Drink Read the Good Hotel Guide review