Eating & Drinking
The following restaurants are all registered to particpate in the Governments 'Eat Out to Help Out' scheme.
Up to £10 off per person in August anytime Monday to Wednesday. This covers all food and non-alcoholic drinks. Everyone gets the discount – including children. And you can go back as many times as you like. The discount works with other special offers or vouchers too.
Berry Head Hotel
Set in a superb waterside position enjoying spectacular views of the English Riviera, you can enjoy beautiful views from the A la Carte and Terrace Bar Restaurants
Call 01803 853225 to book.
Set in the heart of Brixham’s historic fishing port and ideally located on the harbour-side, Beamers offers a contemporary English menu with seafood being a particular specialty. They will be doing a set lunch and full menu for the evenings on the days when the scheme is valid.
The Curious Kitchen (££)
14-16 Middle St, Brixham TQ5 8ER
A firm favourite! Fantastic for breakfast, brunch or that sweet treat! Run by a small team of very passionate foodies.
Simply Fish (££)
72-74 Fore Street, Brixham TQ5 8AF
Casual dining fish restaurant and takeaway serving the best fish and chips in Brixham hands down. Try the battered prawns.
On The Rocks Smokehouse & Grill (££)
Harbour View Cl, Brixham TQ5 8HZ
Specialises in smoking and slow cooking dry aged and free range meats and fresh Brixham seafood in its own American style wood pellet fired smoker.
The Guardhouse Cafe (£)
Berry Head Nature Reserve, Brixham, Devon TQ5 9AW
Situated within a Napoleonic Fort on Berry Head Reserve. Sunning views across Torbay. Perfect for breakfast after walking the dog or lunch in the sun. Good range of Gluten free and Vegan options
The Breakwater Coffee Shop & Bistro (£)
Berry Head Rd, Brixham TQ5 9AF
A great place to rest up after a walk along the breakwater or a dip on the beach. Popular spot for breakfast and lunch. Child friendly.
The Old Market House (££)
The Quay, Brixham, Torbay TQ5 8AW
Owned by the St Austell Brewery & Hotels Group so guaranteed to serve up a good drop of local ale and hearty pub grub! Very popular spot when the sun is out and a great terrace if you can get up there overlooking the Golden Hind.
Libertys Cocktail Bar and Tea Parlour (££)
11 The Quay, Brixham TQ5 8AW
Brixham’s first ever cocktail and tea parlour Fun décor and friendly staff. Be careful of sitting on the giant tea cups though!
The Crown & Anchor (£)
23 The Quay, Brixham TQ5 8AW
A proper 'drinking hole' for many. Often found to be enjoyed by the local fisherman. Good selection of local beers and ciders.
The Manor (££)
28 Higher St, Brixham TQ5 8HW
One of the oldest pubs in Devon (est in 1688) and set back from the hustle and bustle of the harbour, on beautiful Higher Street. Great gins!