Welcome to the Itinerary Planner. Use this tool to build your own journey or choose from an exciting range of specially selected tours.
To build your own Itinerary, click to add an item to your Itinerary basket.
Feeling peckish? Looking forward to a light lunch, sinful cream tea or sumptuous evening meal?
With its famous annual Food and Wine Festival, featuring celebrity chefs and focusing on local produce, Christchurch has gained a reputation as a ‘foodie town’.
This moniker is not misplaced with a tempting range of quality cafes, tearooms, pubs and restaurants offering tasty treats from breakfasts to evening meals, and all snack stops in between!
Not sure if it is the thought of fresh seafood, traditional pub grub, Italian, Indian or perhaps Thai that has got your taste buds tingling?
Fear not as Christchurch’s wide variety of restaurants, cafes and takeaways have all types of cuisine covered.
So is to be a great British Sunday carvery enjoyed with all the family, traditional seaside fish and chips wrapped in paper, or elegant dishes at an award-winning restaurant?
Whichever you choose, you will find somewhere to suit.
From modern contemporary restaurants with sweeping panoramas over the harbour, to more intimate and romantic dining, whichever you prefer you could be drinking in the views whilst you sip your wine or enjoying the warm, cosy comfort of chic traditional furnishings in front of a roaring log fire.
Enjoy al fresco dining, from fish and chips on the beach or harbourside, to coffee in a quaint courtyard.
Watch the sunset over the Priory as you enjoy the food at an AA rosette restaurant, or simply enjoy honest, homemade treats at a local garden centre.
Whatever whets your appetite, and whatever type of establishment and atmosphere you prefer, with such a wide choice of establishments that perfect coffee shop or tearoom, bistro or restaurant is just around the corner!
Take a look through the restaurants listed below, or call in to the Tourist Information Centre in the High Street to find out more.
No results found.