On our recent visit to Brixham we ate here on 2 of our three nights in this very interesting town, best visited in mid-winter when the summer crush is avoided. My wife and I shared the challenging dish 'Fruits de mere', and it occupied us well for over an hour, with its range of seafood, including lobster, king prawns, langostines, oysters and crab claws, all served on a bed of ice. A lovely dry white was a good choice from the wine list. Next night we shared a seafood medley and a flavourful seafood risotto, so we have little hesitation in saying this is a great place to eat.
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