Day's Restaurant Poole

(221 Reviews)
Unit 21 Yarrow Road Tower Road, Poole, Dorset, BH12 4NY
South East Asian

Opening hours

Monday to Thursday: 12:00 - 15:00 & 17:00 - 22:00
Friday: 12:00 - 15:00 & 17:30 - 22:30
Saturday: 12:00 - 22:30
Sunday: 12:00 - 22:00.

Restaurant description

Choose from a selection of tasty oriental cuisine alongside an extensive list of drinks at the Day's Restaurant Poole. The menu presents an inventive twist on classics like dim sums, stir-fries and roasts.

Customer reviews for Day's Restaurant Poole
4.2
(based on 221 reviews)

89%
of diners recommend this restaurant

  • Food
  • Drinks
  • Ambience
  • Service
  • Value
  • Location

Recommended for

  • afternoon tea (7)
  • al fresco (3)
  • breakfast (5)
  • business (19)
  • child friendly (124)
  • dinner (173)
  • entertainment (15)
  • large parties (134)
  • lunch (125)
  • luxury (11)
  • private dining (17)
  • romantic (14)
  • trendy (33)
  • value (120)
  • views (4)
  • By Barbara T from Poole, Dorset
    28 December 2019

    Lovely experience. We've always walked past and never went in. We always wondered why it looked so busy and popular. And now we know! We were a table of 4 and not one complaint from some really fussy eaters! My one child is a very fussy eater and usually only eats a handful of different foods with textures being a huge issue for years and foods not being able to touch other foods on the same plate etc Well, going to Days was incredible as he could pick and chose and from start, to finish he kept saying "this is my new favourite restaurant" and asked when can we return to eat there again? The variety was incredible and the quality was even better! Everything was fresh and constantly topped up. The place was clean and the aromas of the foods filled the air. The variety of deserts were amazing. I had a freshly made waffle cooked right in front to me which I topped with ice cream and syrups! Oh my joy! We will definitely be returning to eat there again!

  • By Abraham simon S from Poole
    27 December 2019

    Its amazing

  • By Steve F from Poole
    21 December 2019

    Was only the 2nd time we’ve eaten at Days, and on both occasions it has been because our two granddaughters have asked to go. My first problem is that my youngest granddaughter who is just 11 is very tall, in fact as tall as her 13 year old sister. Because of their height we had to pay adult prices for each. At the next table to us were a family with several children, one of whom was about 14 but very short, shorter than our 11 year old, but possibly heavier than both combined. He would have paid less! Watching this family of trolls, adults and children, pile their plates up like volcanoes, even before they had taken their coats off, then repeatedly leave small mountains and waddle off to get more, and repeat the process time after time was quite alarming and shocking. The youngest left more on his first plate of food than any of us consumed during our entire visit. In fact watching the wasteful gluttony and downright greed of many, many people eating there was enough to put us off our meal. Having been seated next to a “work station” we had to endure the constant noise and sight of staff scraping plates clean of huge piles of food, and hauling it off to the back areas throughout. Most of the staff seemed to be working in a trance with no customer service skills, they are after all just table clearers and food scrapers. So, if you don’t mind watching greedy folk stuff their faces to the point of explosion, and can tolerate that in a country where even food banks can’t cope with real need, you will be witness to excessive waste, and enjoy soulless experiences then this might be the place for you. Personally I prefer to eat in a restaurant where adults can manage to use cutlery, don’t all shovel vast mounds of brown food into their mouths in some sort of speed eating contest and look like they are nearing the point of projectile vomiting as they appear to be getting sweatier and sweatier in their swathes of manmade fibres. Neither cheap nor cheerful.

  • By Summer H from Poole
    20 December 2019

    Extremely friendly staff and an amazing range of food options

  • By Peter H from Swanage
    19 December 2019

    We’ve eaten at Days a number of times and always have been impressed. Amazing range of delicious food, excellent and hard-working staff

  • By Alison M from POOLE
    19 December 2019

    We always enjoy dining at Days at Tower Park. There is always a vast selection of food, we particularly enjoy the starters selection and the Thai food. We visited for a birthday, although it is Christmas. On arrival I received a birthday card, and the birthday person has a free meal, but you need to book 24 hours ahead. There were Christmas balloons and crackers on the table, the balloons were swiftly changed for birthday balloons which was a lovely touch. The food was hot and very enjoyable, and the plates removed quickly.

  • By Darius E from Poole
    13 December 2019

    You can’t go wrong with all you can eat, but Day’s really is the best of the best. From classic Asian food to Indian to Sushi, I can’t thing of anything they are missing. The Teppanyaki station its quick, knowledgable and friendly and the ice cream machine is a never ending stream of joy.

  • By Dave L from Poole
    6 December 2019

    Fresh hot excellent for a eat and much as you like restaurant

  • By Sam F from Poole
    23 November 2019

    Not to happy that we had to queue for 20 minutes when there were loads of tables free and had pre booked but food was good.

  • By Vivien K from Bournemouth
    20 November 2019

    As always a huge choice of great food. A nice table. Very clean. Lovely staff . Mid week lunch time is not expensive.

Restaurant Location Map
Day's Restaurant Poole
Unit 21 Yarrow Road Tower Road, Poole, Dorset, BH12 4NY