Our Philosophy

Here at WestBeach we pride ourselves on using the freshest, local seafood, served in a relaxed beachside environment, encompassing everything you’d hope for in a visit to Bournemouth.

Our contemporary styling through the restaurant features an open-plan kitchen so diners can watch the chefs at work, or simply relax and enjoy the stunning sea views – whatever the weather – through folding glass doors opening onto our sun soaked decked terrace.

Award-winning beachside dining

Using only the freshest local ingredients and daily catches, mouthwatering dishes are created in the open-plan kitchen for us all to see. Enjoy some of the best wines from around the world with Bournemouth’s only enomatic wine machine.

WestBeach has been named by The Times and Sunday Times as the 4th best place to eat seafood by the sea in Britain. We are also listed in 'The Good Food Guide' 2019 as a local gem and have been named by Waitrose as one of the 10 best seaside restaurants.

Our Team

Managing Director - Andy Price, founded the restaurant in 2000 and has been running the restaurant with his family ever since.

Deputy General Manager - Tomas Konecny, thrives off seeing guests enjoying the service, food & ambience of Westbeach

Sous Chefs - Victoria Hall & Tarl Wagon, are passionate about creating delicious new dishes using locally sourced produce. All the staff work as a team to create the ultimate seaside dining experience for your enjoyment.


Our Food


Fresh every morning from Smithfield, Brixham and Billingsgate markets and local waters, the finest ingredients arrive at WestBeach, just meters from Bournemouth’s golden sandy beach.

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Main courses

Our a la carte menu is available for lunch or dinner, along with our catch of the day and local specials.

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There are so many exciting wines that get hidden behind the big names; we decided it was time these gems got a chance to shine. This is our passion, we hope you find it is yours as well.

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