The Larder House
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- Restaurant Bar
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.
- Restaurant Bar , Wine Bar
- Chilling with mates , Chatting and Drinking , Eating and Drinking
- Town Centre
- Splash the Cash £££
- 18 (Children allowed for food)
- Background Music
- No queues normally
The Larder House, 4, Southbourne Grove, BH6 3QZ
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* The minimum spends are a guideline only and vary according to the day and time of the year.