Eateries across Dorset are widespread and there are plenty that have been heralded by locals and visitors alike. However, for some business owners, there is nothing quite like gaining recognition for your food from famous faces.카지노사이트
Dorset’s very own Harry Redknapp is known for venturing around our coastal towns to soak in the sun and enjoy his time with wife Sandra, and the rest of his family. He is also known for visiting plenty of local cafes, restaurants and other eateries to show his support for local, independent businesses.
From Chinese restaurants to recently opened cafes, it seems Harry enjoying eating his way through the local area. After all, living in leafy Branksome means he is in close proximity to the best eateries that Bournemouth, Christchurch, Poole and other surrounding areas have to offer.
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Whether he makes a trip to his local cafe for a coffee with Sandra or spends quality family time with his son Jamie and grandson Raphael, it appears the former AFC Bournemouth boss will always take time to snap a picture with locals on the way. Keep reading to hear all about Harry Redknapp’s favourite places to eat in Dorset.
Tiramisù Sorrento Italian Patisserie, Poole
A new patisserie is took Poole by storm when it opened on November 4 – and its owner thinks he has the best pastry chef in town. Tiramisù Sorrento Italian Patisserie, on Poole’s High Street is helmed by passionate owner Gennaro Campanile, originally from Naples.
Tiramisù Sorrento’s first week has been busier than expected. With a focus on everything being made from scratch, in house, and using Italian ingredients – Gennaro said the opening has been a roaring success.
The bakery even had some special guests on opening day. Harry and Sandra Redknapp proudly posed for photos – Harry in a chef hat – with Gennaro and his pastry chef, while they enjoyed coffee and a snack.
The prestigious seafood restaurant owned by celebrity chef Rick Stein is somewhere that the Redknapp family like to visit often. It is well known that the Redknapp family know how to relax in style, as they often from snaps from the beach or during tranquil getaways at a grand hotel.바카라사이트
And it seems Jamie Redknapp wants to instil the luxury lifestyle into his son, Raphael, after they were joined by grandparents, Harry and Sandra, for a fancy meal out. Jamie snapped the moment of Harry and Sandra doting on Raphael as they dined at the restaurant in Sandbanks – Harry’s previous place of residence before moving to leafy Branksome.
The former AFC Bournemouth boss also took to Instagram to share a cute snap of him and grandson Raphael, who he dotingly nicknames “Rapher”. The photo shows Harry looking lovingly at Raphael as he holds him up on the table at Rick Stein’s restaurant.
The Mandarin Fusion, Bournemouth
Harry and his family are known for supporting local businesses wherever they can, and this Chinese restaurant, which is perhaps the oldest in Bournemouth, was welcomed by a visit from the former I’m a Celebrity contestant. The Mandarin Fusion was first established over 50 years ago.
This family-run business opened back in 1968 and its likely one the first East Asian eateries in the area. The restaurant, located on Old Christchurch Road, offers traditional, authentic Chinese cuisine, but it also isn’t shy to put a twist on the classics.
Plenty of celebrities have stepped foot into this establishment, with lots of photographs on their restaurant walls showing the famous faces with restaurant staff. Not only has it attracted Dorset’s Harry Redknapp, but celebrities including Michael Ball, Les Dennis and pop legend Tom Jones have also dined here.온라인카지노