The building alone is worth seeing – a beautifully restored 15th-century warehouse. The star exhibit is a 2300-year-old Iron Age logboat...
The impressive red-brick Custom House dates from 1813 – look out for the Union Jack and gilded coat of arms.
One of Poole's oldest pubs, the building dates from around 1150.
How rare is this: the dish you're eating could well have been caught by the chef? At chilled-out Storm, fisher Pete also rattles the...
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Guildhall Tavern information
Poole's top table consistently delights as it combines local ingredients with lashings of French flair. Predictably, fish features strongly – the vanilla-infused confit salmon is superb; succulent skate wing comes à la Provençale – but boeuf bourguignon and rosemary-scented Dorset lamb also make carnivores smile. Book.
The set lunch (two/three courses £16/20) is a snip.