England’s Seafood FEAST

September 2022

In September, England's Seafood Coast will play host to a feast for all the senses.

For two weeks you will be able to immerse yourself in England’s Seafood FEAST, eating some of the best seafood in the world and experiencing the very best the English Riviera has to offer. This isn't a conventional festival with a big marquee - instead you can enjoy a whole range of things to eat and do at venues across Brixham, Paignton and Torquay.

Brixham Fish Market is at the heart of England’s Seafood Coast. It’s a good place to start your own personal Feast – take an early-morning tour of the market and learn about the new online auction, followed by breakfast at Mitch Tonks’ Rockfish Restaurant next door. This truly unique experience gives a new perspective on the fish on your plate – it is hugely popular so booking in advance is required.

Of course a key part of England’s Seafood FEAST is the opportunity to eat lots and lots of world-class fish. Our best seafood restaurants offered an array of set menus and events to tantalise your taste buds, all featuring Brixham seafood. There are cookery workshops, wine tastings and coastal foraging. You will be able to choose from a host of unique events, from morning til night if you so wish! So whether your taste is for fish and chips overlooking the sea, or a 5-course seafood tasting menu, we’ve got it covered.

Of course you don't need to wait until then to enjoy England's Seafood Coast. You could take a trip on a heritage sailing trawler, go kayaking and paddle boarding, or take a trip on the steam train with its stunning views of the coast. Perhaps you’ll decide to see how early human species made the most of shellfish at Kents Cavern. You might decide to go fishing or wild swimming. Or maybe you’ll take a trip to Berry Head to take in the spectacular view across Torbay and watch the guillemots as they go off to fish.

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