Wimborne is a small market town in Dorset, England, known for its historic architecture, quaint shops, and lively food scene. Here are some recommendations on where to eat in Wimborne:

  1. The Wimborne Pig – This popular restaurant serves modern British cuisine made from locally sourced ingredients. The menu changes regularly to reflect the seasons and the availability of fresh produce.

2. Number 9 Cafe – This charming cafe is a great spot for breakfast or lunch, serving homemade cakes, sandwiches, and soups. They also offer vegetarian and gluten-free options.

3. The Olive Branch – This Mediterranean-inspired restaurant is located in a beautiful old building in the town center. The menu features classic dishes like moussaka, lamb shank, and seafood paella.

4. The Gin House – If you’re in the mood for a drink, head to The Gin House, a cozy bar with a huge selection of gin, cocktails, and craft beers. They also serve light bites and charcuterie boards.

5. The Minster Arms – This traditional pub serves classic pub fare like fish and chips, burgers, and pies. They also have a great selection of real ales and craft beers.

6. The Kitchen at White Pepper – This cookery school and cafe serves delicious breakfast and lunch dishes made from fresh, locally sourced ingredients. They also offer cooking classes and workshops.

These are just a few of the many great restaurants and cafes in Wimborne. You’re sure to find something to suit your taste buds in this charming town!

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