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This is a great little place on the quay to wander around and grab some unique gifts. The coffee (latte) in the cafe is also really nice, not at all bitter at all, and great with a toasted teacake! A wonderful place to lose yourself...More
We wanted some lunch of local crab sandwiches and stopped here.
It is a mix of gifts, food and drink and has lots to offer.
The crab sandwiches we had were lovely, tasty and great to sit outside and watch the world go by.
This emporium is very enjoyable, offering the visitor a broad range of goods and is also part of the public toilet scheme. Situated on the Poole harbour itself it is very easy to reach and also has a small cafe inside. A wander through here...More
Excellent place to visit because in addition to the nooks and crannies of stalls and shops it has a cafe on the ground floor that sells by the scoop Kellys Ice Cream. Delicious Cornish dairy ice cream that tastes so buttery and creamy you definitely...More
You have to go inside and check this place out as its right on the Quay in Poole next door to the pub but inside is massive with a hundred different stalls with craft and gift bargains that is fantastic
And then on to the...More
Aldo fantastic Coffee & Food / lovely staff .
You can buy such a large range of items not available on the High St & some great bargains to be had
Great for your Christmas Shopping
Holiday Gifts to take back home for family &...More
Looking for somewhere for afternoon tea in mid October. Found this place with a sign outside for crab meat sandwiches. Problem solved, choice of white or Brown bread filled with white crab meat. Excellent. Toasted tea cakes were disappointing, lacked spice and were doughy. Also...More
Myself and my friend were on a shopping trip in poole and we ended up on the quay and called into The emporium. We looked around the stalls which was interesting.
We decided to have a coffee and a piece of cake in the cafe....More