Elegant, exquisite and culturally captivating, The Larder House is reflective inside and out of Europe's more traditional bygone eras. An atmospheric urban eatery and drinkery with a charming European edge, The Larder House is a lovely lair for Bournemouth folk and tourists alike to rendez-vous and revel in the tastes and smells of quality cooking.
From its rich, bottle green facade to its provincial European-style restaurant and bar space complete with hanging hams and wine barrels, The Larder House upholds a stylish and relaxed ambience to unwind in with pals. Intimate, romantic and almost secretive with its candlelit-clad tables and sombre wall lighting, The Larder House boasts a brilliant date spot should some wooing be on the cards for you and some lucky other.
Showcasing a somewhat unique cooking method with its wood-fired oven, The Larder House prides itself highly on its delectable food dishes having researched all over the UK and Europe for the finest and freshest flavours of this age-old continent. On oven fired baked aubergine en croute, creamed leeks and red wine jus, we'd suggest the "Marinated Lamb Fillets" for £23 washed down with a glass of one of their signature red wines.
A word from the chef:
Fast becoming a must-try for the foodie elite around the UK, The Larder House has diligently researched the most dazzling dishes from around the British Isles and Europe. Throwing in new spins on classic, age-old favourites, the "Confit Duck Leg Salad" with pineapple salsa for £16 is a definite dish to look out for.
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