141 Bournemouth Road, Parkstone, Poole, Dorset BH14 9HT
|Contact Us||Tel. 01202 741463|
|Map||Click Here For Map.|
|Type||Pubs in Parkstone, Poole.|
|Pub Explorer Reference||53983.|
|Pub Opening Times||Monday - Thursday 8.30am - 11pm.|
Friday & Saturday 11am - 12mn.
Sunday 11.30am - 10.30pm.
The Dorset Room is available for private functions of up to 100 people.
The Dorset Gallery is suitable for meetings of up to 40 people.
Please do not hesitate to contact us and discuss your requirements.
DINING AT OUR PUB
Traditional High Quality British Pub Food, all freshly prepared and cooked to order using many ingredients sourced from regional suppliers. We serve from our main menu, separate children's menu & weekly changing Specials. Favourites include our fantastic Sussex smoky fish pie.
|PRE-ORDERS||We take orders for food to save you time at lunchtimes. Please ring your order in.|
|BREAKFAST TIMES||Monday - Friday 8.30am - 11am.|
|MAIN MENU TIMES||Monday - Thursday 12noon - 9.30pm.|
Friday & Saturday 12noon - 10pm.
Sunday 12noon - 9pm.
|OUTDOOR FACILITIES||Outside Seating Area at the front with lighting & 2 Giant heated umbrellas, Car Parking.|
|GENERAL FACILITIES||Free Wi-Fi Access, Wheelchair Access, Easy Access Toilet, Baby Changing Facility.|
|OTHER||Children Welcome until 9pm, Dogs Welcome outside & in the bar area however not on carpets, Coach Parties Welcome by prior arrangement, Debit and Credit Cards accepted except Amex.|
The Grasshopper, built in 1908, is located in Parkstone, half way between Poole and Bournemouth. Attracting passers by on their travels, business people taking a spot of lunch with us from the Civic Centre and hospital nearby, we are also very popular with the local regulars from the bordering fairly affluent area of Sandbanks. Inside has really high ceilings and is full of windows making for a very light and airy atmosphere. It is very contemporary in design with great touches such as our 'onion' chairs which are a real wow factor when people walk in! The decor is kept light with cream, greens and browns with attractive, wicker furniture. We also have wooden beams, exposed brick work and old photos which make an interesting talking point. On the bar side there are canvases of the old town and Poole so you can see what the places looked like way back. The restaurant has a different theme with an Indian influence. Outside we have a gravelled area to the front with seating. Families are welcome to dine with us so why not come and try our Sunday roast! You will be made very welcome.