Top Restaurants in Brixham
The scenic fishing town of Brixham is no stranger to wonderful restaurants, providing holiday goers and locals with delicious meals and drinks at the end of a long day exploring Torbay, and the English Riviera.
Brixham is a small bustling town with many restaurants, cafes, takeaways and bars. You can’t visit the fishing town without sampling fish and chips, but when looking for delicious eateries for dinner, it can be hard to know where to begin.
Read on to discover our list of the best restaurants in Brixham.
9 Best Brixham Restaurants
The Quayside Restaurant
The Quayside Restaurant is located within the Quayside Hotel in the centre of town. A top choice for a delicious three-course dinner serving only the freshest Brixham fish as well as locally raised succulent meats and produce.
The Curious Kitchen
The Curious Kitchen is a very popular cafe serving high-quality brunch, lunch, cakes and their famous donuts. The cafe opened in 2016 with a mission to bring modern food and coffee to Brixham. And they make some of the best coffee around.
The Prince William
The Prince William is a lively restaurant overlooking the harbour. It’s the perfect vantage point for watching the trawlers coming back with their daily catch. There’s also plenty of outdoor seating, making it the ideal dinner spot for a warm summer evening. Recently renovated, the modern restaurant also serves delicious food.
Shoals restaurant on the lido offers panoramic views of Torbay and a menu that serves fresh fish dishes to vegetarian options. There’s a kid’s menu too, so it’s suitable for all the family.
The Rockfish, located next door to the busy Fish Market serves traditional fish and chips, and daily freshly caught specials. There’s a good reason it’s such a popular spot.
You can’t visit Brixham without sampling some of the tastiest and freshest fish and chips, and The Rockfish is one of the best in town.
Beamers is a family-run restaurant ideally set on the harbourside of Brixham. You can find a relaxed atmosphere with a nautical presence and a menu offering traditional English mains, fresh seafood, fine wine and homemade delicious desserts.
Miguel’s Tapas Bar
Miguel’s Tapas Bar, tucked away in the centre of town, is one of Brixham’s best-kept secrets. The Mediterranean open-style restaurant offers stunning views over the harbour, and the seasonal tapas is delicious.
The Cow Shed
The Cow Shed is a wonderful bar and grill steps away from the Brixham harbour with a fresh interior and quirky cow-themed furnishings. The accessible, crowd-pleasing menu ranges from fajitas and tacos to hearty burgers, plus indulgent desserts too.
The Quay 57 is a small family-run restaurant serving delicious pizzas, fresh fish and traditional meals. With both eat in and takeaway options, you can either enjoy a bite to eat in the dining room or take your pizza out to enjoy it overlooking the harbour.
Summary of the Best Restaurants & Places to Eat in Brixham
With its stunning views, beautiful beaches and history, Brixham is a special little piece of Devon. Whilst the culture and scenery are the obvious draw, Brixham’s eateries are certainly not far behind.
We hope you found our summary of the best restaurants and places to eat in Brixham useful.
The restaurants do get booked up during the summer months so we strongly advise you to get in early with your dinner reservations and get the best seats for your trip.
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