About Plates and Co.
About the restaurant
Plates and Co. is housed inside a majestic building that you can’t miss. Where? Landseer Road in the charming Bournemouth suburb of Branksome. When? Whenever you’ve even a little bit of a hankering for top quality food and wine. Modern European food, we should add, as the a la carte takes its main inspiration from British and French cooking and features dishes like duck confit with white bean cassoulet, as well as blade of beef slow cooked in black treacle. Then, when it comes to the wine list, there’s a marvellous international selection. Branksome is lucky to have Plates and Co. in Bournemouth so reserve a table now.
Chic, elegant and set within a restored church, Plates and Co. in Bournemouth is a dining experience you really ought to be trying. Specialising in two of our favourite things, – food and wine – whether you’re in for lunch or dinner, you’ll be more than satisfied each time, that’s for sure. Tucked away in Branksome, Plates and Co. offers a range of dining options, from specialty menus for group celebrations to the a la carte menu that’s full of enticing British and French fare, this is the ideal choice for any occasion. But what should you expect in terms of food?
Kick things off at Plates and Co. Bournemouth with several starters that we recommend sharing with your dining pals. Take, for example, Hampshire asparagus served with hollandaise sauce and Maldon sea salt, mussels cooked in onion and cider and spice-crusted salmon sashimi served with mango and burnt watermelon. Then, go for British favourite – Dorset lamb rump served with courgette and aubergine – or, be adventurous with the soy and ginger pork loin with chilli egg noodles, spring onions and crispy pork skin salad. Oh, and you’ll be wanting to to save room for dessert. Think sticky toffee pudding, hot chocolate pudding and tonka bean creme brulee. Plates and Co. is in Bournemouth’s Branksome on Landseer Road where reservations are very much essential.