Having to visit lovely Hospitality outlets in Dorset has become a small part of my day-to-day job along with my hobby. This school term I have been given the role of “Hospitality teacher”, and needed to find a variety of outlets that our students could visit. One Friday afternoon, when the boys were on their way to Nana’s, I made good use of my time by visiting some suitable venues ready to report back to my Head of BTEC. I went to some really lovely places, made good contacts and found myself feeling increasingly hungry – these lovely outlets only offered me drinks. I had snacked a bit in my car when driving between venues and really fancied a pudding. Only chocolate would do for a tired woman after a long drive.
I had been tagged in a few Tweets by Toby Wood from @fourandtwenty2 but had not yet visited, now was my chance. Hidden away near Corfe Castle down a road that I had never ventured before, stood a picturesque small restaurant bathed in twinkly lights inviting me to come in.
I parked up and walked to the menu by the door – they had a chocolate pudding!
An extremely polite young waitress was very happy to let me sit at the back out of they way, as I was well aware that I looked a bit odd. On my own on a Friday night just ordering pudding – bit odd.
It was worth it. The Chocolate Brownie with Rose and Ice Cream was gooey and flavoursome. I am hoping to take my husband in the run up to Christmas to see the twinkly lights and taste some of Four and Twenty Blackbird’s delights.
Thank you Toby for letting me know who and where you are, it was very much worth it.
Four & Twenty Blackbirds – Bar & Kitchen
5 West Street
|Invited by PR company?||No|
|Guest of chef/restaurant/owner?||No|
|Restaurant/outlet knew ahead we were bloggers?||Yes|
|Was the meal complimentary from the restaurant?||No|
|Any complimentary items provided by restaurant/outlet?||No|