The New Inn

The New Inn


0.5 miles
35 Easton Street, Portland, DT5 1BS

Just three minutes away from Portland’s famous lighthouse, The New Inn is an excellent choice for those looking for a delicious meal in cosy surrounds. The focus here is on sourcing ingredients locally, serving up some of Dorset’s fi nest produce from coast and countryside. The menu changes every 12 weeks to reflect the seasons, and offers tempting starters such as pan-fried Lyme Bay scallops served with pickled beetroot, beetroot purée, pancetta and parsley oil. Follow with pan-fried Dorset duck breast accompanied by fragrant sticky rice, spring greens and Asian broth. Vegans will be impressed by the flavoursome beetroot gnocchi with radish, turnip, spinach and a watercress velouté. Each of the delectable desserts are homemade, including white chocolate mousse complemented by raspberries, black pepper tuile and a balsamic and mint gel, and the vegan charred peach and beetroot cake with lemon sorbet and mint syrup.

The team at The New Inn knows a thing or two about great drinks as well; the bar boasts an excellent wine list, as well as regularly changing local ale, craft beer, tasty cocktails and speciality spirits – the gin list is particularly impressive. It’s no surprise the pub is Cask Marque accredited and features in CAMRA’s Good Beer Guide. The large beer garden is the ideal spot to enjoy a refreshing pint in the summer, along with a pizza from the wood-fired oven outside. There’s also a play area for little ones, making this the ideal destination for families. Extend your visit and book into one of four en-suite boutique rooms – with food this good, excellent drinks and warm hospitality, you won’t want to leave.

+2The New Inn
Every Day
Food Served Times:
Fri:noon-3pm,, 5.30pm-9pm
Sat:noon-3pm, 5.30pm-9pm;
Sun:noon-3pm, 5pm-8pm

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