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Chesil Beach Cafe

Chesil Beach Cafe, Portland Beach Road, Portland, DT4 9XE 01305 248021

((((* British
Main course: £12
Food spend: £21
Opening hours
Sunday & Monday: 10:00 - 16:00. Tuesday to Saturday: 10:00 - 16:00 & 18:00 - late.

Described as ‘ridiculously good’ by The Telegraph’s Matthew Norman, Chesil Beach Café offers simple British dishes with a gourmet twist. Stunning views over the Dorset coastline can be enjoyed from the bright, crisp dining room.

Celebrating the bountiful nature of the surrounding area, Chesil Beach restaurant offers a speciality seafood range. Wonderfully fresh offerings include linguine with Cornish clams and chorizo, mussels in cider cream, or the signature Dorset day boat bouillabaisse. Delicious meaty offerings include succulent pulled pork, or the ½ pound Chesil Beach burger served with delicious trimmings.

Eclectic sharing plates can be mixed and matched for more laidback dining at Chesil Beach Café. Favourites include crab and black pudding croquettes, battered scallops or pork pie with pickle. A children’s menu is offered, and retro knickerbocker glories include lemon meringue, rocky road or Eton mess.

Infinitely relaxed yet enjoying a faithful foodie following, idyllic Chesil Beach Café is perched right on the seafront, and is 6 minutes’ drive from central Weymouth.

Chesil Beach Cafe

Chesil Beach Cafe, Portland Beach Road, Portland, DT4 9XE

Contact +44 1305858196
Reservations 01305 248021

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Customer reviews for Chesil Beach Cafe

3.8 ((((* (based on 5 reviews)
80% of diners recommend this restaurant
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Recommended for

  • romantic (4)
  • child friendly (3)
  • entertainment (2)
  • large parties (2)
  • business (1)
  • (((** by from Weymouth

    I would say it is a lovely venue for lunch time but not enough choice to compete with other venues in the evening.

  • ((((* by from Wiltshire

    Went for Sunday lunch. Food was lovely. Our friends are both chefs and loved the food commenting on its freshness. The menu is simple and mainly fish. Deserts are qwerky and tasty. Drinks are expensive. A few disappointments: Friend thought the quantity of mussels was on the small side, they didn't have and fruit for the Pimms, and they don't have the nice FeverTree tonic (as per the menu) just cheap Schweppes. Overall we enjoyed the experience, waiting staff and the manager were very friendly, and we WILL go back again...already recommended it to friends.

  • ((((* by from Weymouth

    Great food, rather expensive for a cafe ambience but service excellent and a good atmosphere

  • ((((* by from Bridport

    A busy Bank Holiday lunch time was not the ideal time to sample the great food but we will certainly return out of peak season.

  • ((((* by from Weymouth

    Lovely views from window onto Chesil Beach. We ate in the evening and were impressed by the quality and flavour of the food. Pasta with fish was excellent however fish soup could have been hotter. I do not know why I didn't ask them to heat it up for me. Will come back at lunchtime as light starters look very interesting.

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