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Restaurants in Wareham

 Discover the excellent restaurants in Wareham's foodie haven. Wareham dates from Saxon times and is still ringed by the earth walls that were reputedly built by Alfred the Great in the 9th century as defence against the Vikings. Today, this pretty market town, with a bustling quayside on the River Frome, is the perfect base from which to explore the beautiful countryside of Dorset, the Jurassic Coast and ancient hamlets such as Wool, West Lulworth, Moreton and the nearby harbour at Poole. With almost 30 pubs, cafes, tea rooms and restaurants, Wareham is also something of a foodie haven. You'll find the best Wareham restaurants here on Quandoo, so be sure to book to secure a table at your favourite eatery.

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The Sandford Pub

The Sandford Pub

Sandford
European££££
4.5/630
The Sandford Pub
Halfway Inn

Halfway Inn

Norden
European££££
6.0/61
Halfway Inn
Monsoon Indian Cuisine - Wareham

Monsoon Indian Cuisine - Wareham

Town Centre
Indian££££
6.0/61
Monsoon Indian Cuisine - Wareham
AllStars Sports Bar & Cafe

AllStars Sports Bar & Cafe

Purbeck
International££££
AllStars Sports Bar & Cafe
The 29029 - Sandford

The 29029 - Sandford

Sandford
Asian££££
The 29029 - Sandford
Côte Exeter

Côte Exeter

City Centre
French££££
5.3/61556
Côte Exeter
Côte Chichester

Côte Chichester

City Centre
French££££
5.5/61726
Côte Chichester
Côte Winchester

Côte Winchester

Town Centre
French££££
5.3/61060
Côte Winchester
Côte Salisbury

Côte Salisbury

City Centre
French££££
5.4/61167
Côte Salisbury
Côte Bristol Clifton Village

Côte Bristol Clifton Village

Clifton
French££££
5.4/6899
Côte Bristol Clifton Village
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    Fish restaurants in Wareham serve the freshest seafood around

    Being close to the rich fishing grounds off the Dorset coast, it's no surprise that the seafood restaurants of Wareham are just so good. Look out for traditional dishes, such a battered fish of the day with triple cooked chips, and, of course, the delicious Dorset crab. Lobster and oysters are other standouts, while the delicate taste of sole is hard to beat. From simple crab shacks to the most luxurious seafood restaurants in Wareham, there is also somewhere perfect to match your mood.
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    Enjoy hearty fare in the pub restaurants of Wareham

    There are lots of atmospheric old inns around town and one or two pub restaurants in Wareham serving excellent English food. The Sandford Pub is a prime example. This family-friendly favourite dishes up classics such as fish and chips and sausage and mash and does a fantastic mixed grill. Another highlight is the traditional Sunday roast, served with all the trimmings and extremely popular with the locals. Definitely one to book.
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    Make the restaurants of Wareham a highlight of your visit

    There's lots to see and do in Wareham but restaurants in the town should always be a key part of your itinerary. There are some superb country house hotels serving sophisticated food, and lots of casual bars and cafes where you can relax and just soak up the atmosphere over a fine meal. There's also a good selection of ethnic eateries, with lots of exotic flavours to tempt you. Discover the best restaurants in the Wareham area here on Quandoo and be sure to read the customer reviews for the inside info on what's good where.