Great food makes for an excellent night out in Brixham

Many of our guests have a wonderful stay in Brixham, enhanced by the excellent array of restaurants, many sourcing local produce. And nothing could be more local than fish from the famous Brixham Fish Market, which can be enjoyed in a variety of wonderful dishes on offer in the town.

This is not a comprehensive list. There are plenty of other excellent restaurants – you’d be hard-pressed to not have a great meal in Brixham! If you are a foodie, do check out the menus and have a look at reviews before making a decision on where to eat, so you find the best place for you. There is a lot of choice!

As well as checking menus, please note restaurant opening days and times. If there is a particular restaurant you wish to try, please book to guarantee a table.


Albero – a Mediterranean-inspired eatery with a harbourside setting.

Beamers – seafood, meat and vegetarian dishes. A good-sized restaurant with a warm atmosphere and a good range of dishes. Some tables offer views over the harbour.

Berry Head Hotel – the hotel has a rolex cellini 39mm herren m50509 0006 schwarzes zifferblatt lovely terrace on which to have afternoon or evening drinks.

Birdcage – a town centre pub located opposite the theatre.

Breakwater Bistro – seafood, meat and vegetarian dishes. Breakwater Bistro is set in a lovely location by Breakwater Beach. The upstairs restaurant offers wonderful sea views across the Bay.

Curious Kitchen – meat, fish and vegetarian dishes. Some vegan dishes also available. Weekend evenings have taster menus for each month. Curious Kitchen is on Middle Street, just a few minutes from the harbour. It has a sigarette elettroniche ricaricabile shabby chic feel. Currently, it does not have an alcohol licence, so bring your own bottle (please check this has not changed before going).

JR’s Pirate Cove – seafood, meat and vegetarian dishes. Some tables offer views over the harbour.

Miguels – tapas bar. Spanish and modern British tapas. Currently no booking necessary. Mainly outside seating.

New Quay Inn – seafood, meat and vegetarian dishes. A range of traditional real ales on offer.

Prince William – alfresco gastropub and harbourside carvery (near the marina).

Quay 57 – offers a range of pizzas and other dishes. Near the Golden Hind.

Rockfish – specialises in fish dishes. A full gluten-free menu is also available. Rockfish is a modern fish restaurant located by the Fish Market with some tables offering views over the trawler basin or the harbour. There is an outside terrace offering seating too. Downstairs there is a takeaway.

Simply Fish – specialises in fish dishes and offers harbour views. Well-prepared sustainable fish dishes served in a contemporary setting. There is also a takeaway.

Shoals at the Lido – seafood, meat and vegetarian dishes. Located by Shoalstone Pool, this restaurant has lovely views out to sea.

Verna’s Pepper Shack – seafood, meat and vegetarian dishes. A restaurant with a warm atmosphere and a good range of Caribbean dishes, some with a Brixham twist. A number of tables offer views over the harbour.

The above list is not a recommendation on the best places to eat as there as so many excellent eateries offering a great range for all tastes. If you are staying at The Melville, please don’t hesitate to ask us about other restaurant choices. There is something to suit all tastes!