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Guildhall Tavern

Guildhall Tavern

2014
Address :
15 Market Street GB - Poole BH15 1NBBH15 1NBPoole
Phone :
(01202) 671717
E-mail :
sewerynsevfred@aol.com
Website :

Cuisine fish and seafood

Menu: £17 (weekday lunch) , £25 - £25 - Carte: £28/£47

Blue and white French restaurant opposite the Guildhall, in a characterful part of the old town. Bright, cheery interior has a nautical theme; the charming team run monthly gourmet evenings. Tasty, traditional seafood dishes are the draw.

Useful Information

Main services

  • No dogs allowed No dogs allowed
  • Air conditioning Air conditioning
  • Reserved for non-smokers in all or part of the establishment Reserved for non-smokers in all or part of the establishment

Payment options

  • Visa
  • Master card

Opening hours :

Closed first 2 weeks July, 1 week January, 1 week October, Sunday and Monday. Contacter l'établissement pour confirmer ces informations.

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      Dave B 94025

      5/5

      Review information

      • Language: gbr
      • Position : As a couple

      Pros

      My wife and I had an unforgettable dinner at The Guildhall Tavern. We were on holiday and I'd gone fishing. Caught a sea bass and asked the boat's captain where I could take it to have it made into a meal. He instantly recommend this place. So I show up on a packed Friday night with a dead fish in one hand and no reservation in the other. Chef/owner Frederic Seweryn and his lovely wife didn't flinch. He prepared an exquisite feast and she pampered us like we were VIP guests.

      Cons

      It's hard to find any negatives. Don't let the lack of reviews fool you. This is such a good place to eat that the locals fill it up. You may have trouble getting seated without a reservation--I know I was an exceptional and pitiful case. It's not inexpensive either, but when it comes to food, you get what you pay for. And the tasteful dining room is cozy; not shoulder-to-shoulder cramped but not spacious. This is why you should make a reservation. Cooking like this can't feed an army.

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