Discover Restaurants offering the best Cafe food in Wimborne Minster, England, United Kingdom. Wimborne Minster (often referred to as Wimborne, /ˈwɪmbɔːrn/) is a market town in East Dorset in South West England, and the name of the Church of England church in that town. According to Office for National Statistics data the population of the Wimborne Minster built-up area as of 2014 is estimated as 15,552 inhabitants and is situated at the confluence of the River Stour and River Allen, 5 miles (8 km) north of Poole, on the Dorset Heaths. The town is also recognised as part of the South East Dorset conurbation.
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4 based on 22 reviews
Popped in here for a quick coffee after a play session with my son, spotted someone elseâs lunch that looked Delish, so ordered myself a quiche and chips, oh my goodness, it was possibly the nicest thing Iâve ever eaten!! A very generous portion for only Â£6.50 and seriously the nicest quiche Iâve ever eaten, and the best chips I think Iâve ever had! Really reasonable priced, lovely chilled atmosphere so felt comfortable there with my 2 year old and the staff were very friendly and helpful! Will definitely be opting to go here over the other choices of pubs/cafes in Wimborne!
4 based on 47 reviews
My daughter and I visited here and I was really surprised in terms of value for money, quality of produce, presentation, and thevariety of healthy choices.My daughter is 10 and there was enough for her to choose from,and of course she had the option to choose from the huge shake\desertmenu.I am more of a savoury person, so with regards to that aspect of the menu...the team here put a lot of thought and care into the dishes they produce. It is clear that they understand how to mix food, seasoning, textures and the output could rival any well respected restaurant.To be sure though, I think you can only get a lunch here, but Iâd highly recommend it as a break from shopping and, not to be put off by first impressions which might lead you to think itâs all about shakes/sweets
4 based on 104 reviews
We're an upcycled, retro, bar, dining and social space with an awesome vibe. Open early and closing late, our eclectic menu covers you from breakfast through to dinner, with killer cocktails to kick start your night. We serve great food, great liquor and
We visited the dancing mouse in wimborne yesterday (7/7/2019) All I can honestly say is brilliant!! The service was brilliant The Sunday roast, brilliant The cocktails, brilliant Staff very friendly, they allow dogs into the bar areas and the cocktails are excellent All very sensibly priced Will be returning in the very near future Thanks guysHi Dazzer68,Thanks for your amazing review!We are so pleased you enjoyed our famous Sunday roast and excellent service and cocktails, I have passed on your feedback to the team.We look forward to seeing you again soonKind regardsKerry
4 based on 73 reviews
Went on Friday with family for a Cream tea given to me as a gift voucher for Mothers Day.Selection of Sandwiches, Scones and Cakes Served beautifully on slate tiered stand and delicious. Girls had hot choc with cream and marshmallows which was a meal in itself!!
4 based on 190 reviews
Pamphill Dairy is your local Farm Shop, Butchers and Parlour Cafe based in Pamphill, Wimborne. We provide everything from high quality local produce and meats in our Farm Shop and Butchers, to freshly served lunches and cream teas in our Parlour Cafe. Als
I have eaten here at lunchtime twice recently. The staff are really lovely, very accommodating & always well presented. Consequently, this is a well supported eatery in very pleasant surroundings.The menu choices are excellent & include a daily specials board. Food is home-made, very tasty & of extremely generous portions. I shall return!
4 based on 117 reviews
Took my daughter to treat her to a cake.As she has a peanut allergy the waitress turnedus away due to them having peanut butter in the kitchen and they can't guarantee there was no cross contamination.As they also use raw meat in the kitchen Than surely customers are also at risk of foodpoisoning due to cross contamination.Hi Charlotte,We are so sorry to read this, we make our cakes ourselves and use a lot of nuts in our kitchen as we make lots of vegan, dairy free and gluten free cakes. Therefore, it's impossible for us to guarantee a completely nut-free environment, as some industrial factories can, and we would never want to risk your daughter having an allergic reaction so we say that there is a chance of nut cross-contamination in our food.In regards to cross contamination of raw meat, not at all. We are very proud of our level 5 food hygiene rating and follow all procedures to ensure that our kitchen is clean and adheres to all regulations. Also, I should note that our cafe and cafe kitchens do not handle any raw meat, only cured meats used in our paninis.I'm really sorry again that you had a bad experience and I hope we can make it up to you the next time you come in.
4 based on 50 reviews
We walked out so disappointed and annoyed from there. They shouldnât call their drinks cocktails when they are shots! The price for a cocktail the size of a shot was Â£7 upwards. Two mini cocktails for Â£11. Worst place!Dear Annie, Weâre sorry that you felt disappointed with your experience at The Thirsty Bird. We feel that we price our cocktails fairly, and do so based on the quality ingredients and work that goes into preparing and making them. The drinks that you ordered were PiÃ±a Colada Daiquiris, which contain 50ml house infused lemongrass rum, as well as fresh lime juice, house made syrups and other ingredients. A Daiquiri is a stronger style of drink which is traditionally served in a coupe style glass like ours. If requested we would happily serve it over ice in a tall glass as a long drink. This wouldnât change the volume but may encourage a slightly longer drinking experience. We have a variety of cocktails of different volumes and in different sized glasses on the menu, to suit different tastes and thirsts. We are always happy to explain any of the drinks and ingredients in order to help you come to the right choice. Alternatively a nice long Gin and Tonic or Schooner of beer make great thirst quenchers on a warm evening. We are very passionate about the food and drink that we offer, with that in mind, if you decide to visit again we would be very happy to chat through which drinks would be most suitable for you. If you decide that The Thirsty Bird isnât for you, then we wish you the best of luck in your future pursuits of libation. All the best, Max
4 based on 121 reviews
I hadn't been to the Riverside for some time, due to us usually being in Wimmers before their opening time. We were there at a busy lunchtime and I chose a Bacon, Brie and Red Onion chutney baguette. Delicious ! Best baguette I have had in years and generous too. Great to see the cheeky, friendly staff too.
4 based on 260 reviews
A welcoming, friendly and cosy cafe serving good quality food, prepared from fresh ingredients by our kitchen team. Enjoy freshly made cakes in our 16th Century building with original beams and flagstone floors. We are an award-winning cafe, well known fo
My mum and sister visited for coffee on Saturday morning, having visited previously and enjoyed the experience. On this occasion however, they noticed that although the cafe wasn't busy, the table hadn't been cleared and there were dead flowers on it. It was a long time before the order was taken and an equally long time before the drinks were delivered: 2 coffees and a juice. Coffee was disappointing and the general ambience of the cafe seemed to have deteriorated. Not wishing to appear negative but thought you should be aware of this.
4 based on 332 reviews
Very popular with locals and toursts alike - good food, relaxed atmosphere and friendly attentive staff. Quality of food and customer service are our trademark. OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK,CLOSED MONDAY,SUNDAY 9.30-3.30.
Went to Cloisters initially as it was raining.However, glad we did as the tea cakes were a surprise.Whilst this eatery is one of our neighbours, we never get to try it. We were warned, but thought wot the hell.They are enormous. Yes you could share and yes I would agree to one of the reviewers about them being pre-buttered.But sure you could ask for them not to be or even ask for more butter if necessary.It always appears very busy and sure it gets its regulars.Only been a handful of times in nearly 4 years but it has a quick service and friendly staff.Recommended Thank you so much for such a positive review. We do pre butter our Teacakes as this seems to be what our regulars like, but you are right of course we can leave unbuttered for you to do yourself if requested and offer dairy free or extra butter on request.Hope to see you again soon! Rain or shine.
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