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|| We reviewed our fabulous local restaurant The Wine Bar on here a few months ago and popped back for a return visit last week in order to try out their new Thursday evening tapas menu.

It’s a fixed price meal for two and offers a bottle of Prosecco and six generously portioned dishes (with vegetarian alternatives on some) plus home made bread and dips for £30.00.  Excellent value, absolutely delicious food and, as always, exemplary service from co-owner Sarah and her front of house team. I actually don’t now want to cook on a Thursday evening anymore!

Here’s a couple of captioned photos of what we had, plus the tapas menu.

 

Additionally,  the main menu has also been refreshed – I need to go back soon and try the pan fried hake with Thai green curry and tempura prawns!

As a reminder, The Wine Bar is based on Queen Street, an easy walk from ‘Sunflowers’, and is open for lunch and dinner (closed on Mondays). They do a Sunday lunch carvery as well as a Wednesday evening “Steak Night Special”: two steaks with all the trimmings plus a bottle of wine for £30.00.

We’re always happy to send our guests there and to include The Wine Bar in our list of suggested local eating spots. A copy of the main menu, the tapas menu and walking directions on how to find the restaurant may be found in our in-room folders – please ask us to book you a table when you make your reservation with us if that would be helpful.

As always, our blog reviews are unbiased, are our own personal opinions and are based on a self-funded visit to the venue. 

The Wine Bar
20 Queen Street
Gillingham
Dorset
SP8 4DZ

Tel: 01747 825 825

Opening hours:

Monday: CLOSED
Tuesday: CLOSED
Wednesday: 12 noon to 3.00pm; 5.30pm – 10.00pm
Thursday: 12 noon to 3.00pm; 5.30pm – 11.00pm
Friday: 12 noon to 3.00pm; 5.30pm – midnight
Saturday: 12 noon to 3.00pm; 5.30pm – midnight
Sunday: 12 noon to 4.00pm

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