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The Old School, Moreton
Whether visiting the sublime engravings of Whistler in the church, paying your respects to the grave of T.E.Lawrence or indeed any other grave, as you wend your way through the graveyard considering mortality, playing with your...
35 High West Street
Number 35 arrived quietly where Goodfilla's used to be. I'm local enough to know all the cafe's in town and as a coffee snob and cake-aholic, there are precious few to tempt me away from my very own kitchen! Toby at No.35 does...
50a South Street
Highly Recommend this tea room in the heart of Dorchester. Outside seating, great tea menu for the enthusiasts among us. Charming but modern.
4 Babeny Walk
Bonjour is a lovely relaxing place to drink, eat and enjoy the relaxing sites of what Poundbury has to offer. This friendly café and patisserie serves delicious fresh coffee and a range of light snacks 5 days a week from Tuesdays...
16 Antelope Walk
Visiting Dorchester and walking around, we were drawn in by inviting smells as we passed plus the whole look of the place. My husband eats meat & I'm vegetarian, so it's rare to find somewhere that caters well for both of us. ...
Kingston Maurward College
South Terrace South Street
Costa on the high street is always so busy and while I admit to liking their coffee and cakes, it is often so hectic in there it takes the pleasure of going out for a drink. There are so many cafes and coffee shops in Dorchester...
7 Dinham Walk
Café on the Green is a coffee shop that specialises in something that the majority lack. They utilise their service by hiring young adults with learning difficulties the opportunity to achieve valuable work experience. The cafe...
7 Dinham Walk
31 South Street
35 High West Street
Having had more than enough of turkey I thought I'd try Goodfilla's and I was nicely surprised by the menu and the price of their food. Giveit a try why don't you?
11 Weymouth Avenue
Cafe Paninis opened on the Brewery Square site in Dorch in 2009 and, ever since, has been a popular place for breakfast, coffee, lunch or afternoon tea. There are all sorts of options for meals and snacks, such as hot and tasty...
1 Challacombe Square, Poundbury
39 South Street
So not every weekend, but sometimes all I want is a fry up. No frills, just the lifegiving hangover cure that come from sausage bacon eggs. The Gorge is great the staff are friendly and the menu is large with large servings too....
Unit 5 Antelope Walk
As the previous reviews have mentioned it is popular with the older generation. The room is historical and the costumes very sweet. Good tea and generous slices of cake. The are a lot of stairs to negotiate so would not be...
4 Pummery Square, Poundbury
Here we have a quality cafe situated on Pummery Square that offers people of Dorchester, Poundbury and beyond delicious teas and coffees plus indulgent afternoon cream teas. The menu at the Octagon Café also features wonderful...
44 High West Street
43 South Street
So as a matter of principle I usually go to independant cafes but a friend wanted to go for a chai latte so we went to Starbucks. It was the old post office building and it didn't seem to have been done up to their usual...
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