Restaurants

Top Choice Seafood in Port Isaac

Restaurant Nathan Outlaw

Port Isaac's prestige has skyrocketed since Cornwall's top chef, Nathan Outlaw, moved his main operation here from Rock. This is the place to experience Outlaw's passion for Cornish fish and seafood. His style is su…
Top Choice Seafood in Colchester

Company Shed

Bring your own bread and wine to this seaside shack to tuck into mussels, oysters, prawns, lobster, jellied eels, smoked fish or their signature seafood platter. It's all courtesy of the Howard family, eighth-genera…
Top Choice Seafood in Whitby

Fisherman's Wife

With a prime location overlooking the beach and harbour entrance and smart staff dressed in navy-blue aprons, this is the place to enjoy local seafood in style. Whitby lobster (half/whole around £20/36 depending on …
Top Choice Seafood in Dartmouth

Seahorse

What Rick Stein is to Cornwall, Mitch Tonks is to Devon – a seafood supremo, with a clutch of restaurants across the county. The Seahorse is the Tonks original, and still the best: a classic fish restaurant where th…
Top Choice Seafood in Scarborough

Cafe Fish

This is the place to come for top-quality local seafood without the fuss – freshly landed Scarborough lobster and crab, Scottish oysters, mussels and scallops, and North Sea cod, haddock and hake all simply prepared…
Top Choice Seafood in Steephill Cove

Boathouse

Arrive early enough, and you'll see Steephill Cove's fishers (Jimmy and Mark) landing your lunch – the sanded wooden tables here are just steps from the sea. It makes a spellbinding spot to sip chilled wine, sample …
Top Choice Seafood in Orford

Butley Orford Oysterage

They catch and smoke much of the superb seafood they serve here themselves; treats include Butley oysters and garlic-laced griddled prawns. Expect metal chairs, chalked-up menus, fabulous food and bags of charm. It'…
Top Choice Seafood in Southend-On-Sea

Simply Seafood

Tucked away under the flyover just west of Old Leigh, this light, bright little eatery lets locally sourced seafood shine. The oysters are from the River Chelmer, the crab is from Cromer and the fish is from the boa…
Top Choice Seafood in West London

Geales

Frying since 1939 – a bad year for the restaurant trade – Geales has endured with its quiet location on the corner of Farmer St in Hillgate Village. The succulent fish in crispy batter is a fine catch from a menu wh…
Top Choice Seafood in Cromer

Davies

Less a fish shop, more a local institution – at Davies the crab is caught by its own day boat (the Richard William) and is boiled, cracked and dressed on-site. Other treats include cockles, mussels and homemade pâté…