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3 places to eat out in Wimborne

PUBLISHED: 11:38 08 December 2014 | UPDATED: 14:11 25 March 2015

The Tickled Pig

The Tickled Pig

DARREN LOVELL

3 places for you to enjoy a meal in Wimborne. From our 24 Hours in Wimborne feature in the November 2014 issue

Riverside Café

As the name suggests, this pretty café in Mill Lane gives visitors the chance to sit at tables alongside the river while tucking into hearty breakfasts, which have gained rave reviews on Trip Advisor. For lunch try a baguette or jacket potato followed by chocolate cake.

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Number 9

Head chef Greg Etheridge brought a wealth of experience with him to Number 9 to help it become established as a prime fine dining location for lunch or dinner. It also offers boutique accommodation for guests who feel the need to stay longer. number9wimborne.co.uk

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The Tickled Pig

Run by 2009 BBC Masterchef finalist Jez Barfoot, the ethos behind this eaterie is all about going back to basics by using vegetables from their veg plot and kitchen garden, rearing their own pigs and using locally sourced ingredients whenever possible. thetickledpig.co.uk

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