THE Dolphin Poole is welcoming four new restaurants to its Street Food area.

New food outlets confirmed to open this summer are Chuck and Blade, Wraps' N Roll, Noodlebar and Zeen Cuisine.

The Dolphin Street Food will bring both local start-up restaurants and more experienced operators to the first floor of the centre.

John Grinnell, centre manager of The Dolphin, said: "We're excited for the launch of The Dolphin Street Food, as the new restaurants will diversify our offering and enhance the experience for our visitors.

"We've long felt the need to introduce more options for food and drink, and it's a great opportunity for us to support local up-and-coming restauranteurs as they make the transition to commercial units."

Chuck and Blade's new Poole location will be the first of its kind in Dorset, joining four award-winning sites operating in Canterbury, Rochester, Ramsgate and Maidstone. Visitors can enjoy handmade smash burgers alongside dirty fries and milkshakes.

Wraps' N Roll creates tortilla wraps with a variety of fillings inspired by flavours from around the world. The business "prides itself on supporting local suppliers and using fresh, locally sourced ingredients".

Robin Dallaway, founder of Wraps' N Roll, said: "The Dolphin Street Food is a hugely innovative project for start-up businesses like us, as the food industry has been through a tough time over the last few years."

Wraps' N Roll also has extensive options for vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free customers.

Popular Bournemouth restaurant Noodlebar will expand into Poole with its pan-Asian cuisine. Noodlebar is renowned for its wide range of customisable noodle and curry dishes, which are already proving hugely popular at its original Lansdowne location.

Jonathan Leung, director at Noodlebar, said: "Our main restaurant in Lansdowne has become a beloved local spot, especially popular with students and families.

"Expanding into The Dolphin felt like the natural next step, and Poole stood out as the ideal location due to its diverse range of visitors."

Lastly, a taste of the Caribbean will be served by Zeen Cuisine, presenting authentic homemade dishes that bring Jamaican flavours to the fore.

Paul Brady, co-founder of Zeen Cuisine, said, "The Dolphin Street Food project was attractive to us because Poole already has a diverse food culture, and unfortunately, Caribbean flavours are underrepresented in the area."

There is still a fantastic opportunity for a local business to occupy the final space in The Dolphin Street Food destination.

Businesses that would like to be considered for the fifth available unit should contact Alistair Knott at Sibbett Gregory via email: