Liberty Tea Parlour and Cocktail Bar

Brixham does cocktails! Liberty has a good atmosphere and is very close to Trade Winds. They serve lovely cakes, savory treats, as well as excellent coffee and loose leaf tea. There is a limited draught selection of one cider and two lagers. Many cocktails and a great array of spirits including premium ones.

Flour Flower

Flour Flower is a very pretty cafe/florist with delicious food and beautiful foliage available to purchase. All top quality ingredients with a sprinkle of magic from the gardens and hedgerows, unique menu and a good pot of tea or coffee…..listen to the record deck playing whilst watching Brixham go by.

Claws and Beamers

All owned by the same family. Claws Outdoors has seating located on the Quay and food is served from a kiosk on the Quay. Claws Indoors is opposite and tends to be open during the day, a better choice than Claws Outdoors if the weather isn’t great! Beamers is next to Claws Indoors and is a great evening option. All serve great seafood.

The Prince William

The newly refurbished Prince William, Bar Restaurant and Carvery is situated on Brixham Harbour side just a short walk from the Breakwater.  This is a perfect place to sit and people watch on a hot summers day.  Serving a delicious selection of freshly prepared meals from our comprehensive menu, the Prince William is the perfect place to enjoy our vibrant and picturesque fishing town.  

Shoals Cafe on the Lido

Shoals ‘Cafe on the Lido’ offers fresh fish, sourced locally and from their own family trawler, meat and vegetarian dishes are available.
The restaurant is set in a superb location on the upper floor of the wonderful Shoalstone Sea Water Pool offering stunning sea views – from the alfresco terrace you can catch an amazing sunset and watch the trawlers and day fishing boats en route to Brixham from all around the South West waters.

The food is very good; the seafood in particular is top class!

simply fish

Sitting right on the harbour, it might be the takeaway haddock and chips that first draws you in – a lovely crisp batter with a nice bit of bite – but it’s worth taking the time to return for a proper sit-down dinner. 

The quality is equally high in both, and you can choose to keep it simple with their fish soup, moules marinière, prawn cocktail or oysters, followed by a daily catch on the charcoal grill – beautifully adding that caramelized, smoky sweetness – or you can go to town with an indulgent whole grilled turbot, a whole Brixham crab, or, best of all


Rockfish might not technically be the only one of its kind, but it’s certainly unique – it’s literally part of the fish market. 

Without doubt the most fitting view of any seafood restaurant, you can literally see the trawlers come in and unload their sea-salty cargo. And one auction later, that cargo could have travelled the few metres up to the Rockfish stoves and grill and onto your plate. 

Chargrilled, grilled, fried or battered, the local fish are served deliciously simple or, with a bit of a twist. Like the chargrilled sea bass with Korean-style chilli sauce or crisp-fried prawn tacos. If you want the perfect drink to go with it, try one of Mitch’s blends, he’s made a Seafood Coast Ale with a local brewer and a Xarel-lo white wine with Spanish winemaker Josep Guasch, both delicious.

A final tip, if you want an early morning seafood fix, head to the downstairs Rockfish takeaway first thing, it opens at 8am, for a smoky bacon and scallop roll. It’s also a haunt for local fisherman, so you may even get a few insider tips.

guardhouse Cafe

The Guardhouse is an award winning Cafe is situated on Berry Head.  They serve a range of local, home-made hot and cold food, quality coffee and Teapigs tea, alcoholic and soft drinks – and of course the famous Guardhouse Cream Teas!   

 The specials board changes seasonally and features unusual but delicious home-made food. Our cakes and brownies are made by local ladies.  A lovely mornings walk from the cottage to the Guardhouse for lunch before a look around Berry Head and the fort and walking back home is a lovely way to pass the day

Fishcombe cove cafe

Just a 15 minutes walk from Trade Winds is to Fishcombe cove cafe. A lovely place to have a good cup of coffee in a peaceful, quiet location.  Sit on the veranda and watched the world go by on the beach and chat to other customers. This is a fantastic little place to walk to with the dogs and have a mid morning break.


 Set in the heart of this beautiful, picturesque fishing village, offering spectacular panoramic views over the waterfront is Albero's Restaurant.

A slice of Italy in the heart of Brixham  – A Mediterranean inspired eatery focusing on delicious, fresh, locally sourced food served in a warm, comfortable and relaxing environment.

Miguel's Tapas Bar

Hidden down a quiet traditional seaside side street with a cobbled pavement is Miguel's Spanish tapas bar. Traditional Spanish tapas blends with British "tapas".   
Dog friendly until 6pm.

Ayur at pilgrims  

Ayur serves excellent Southern Indian food.  The Kerala dishes are prepared in coconut and various spices giving a sharp pungency in the flavour that is further heightened with a hint of tamarind.  The potato dosa's are lovely and are served with amazing dips. Please do not expect the usual Indian restaurant food.

Curious Kitchen

The Curious Kitchen serves fresh, healthy, modern food with options for everyone. There ethos is for family's or group of friends who had meat eaters, vegetarians, vegans and coeliacs to be able to come to our café and all eat together happily! They make as much of our food on the premises as possible, our own peanut butter, tomato ketchup, granola and cook our meals from scratch.

manor pub

 One of the oldest pubs in Devon, The Manor is a hidden Brixham gem. The pub is set back from the hustle and bustle of the harbour, on beautiful Higher Street.  There is an outside seating area, great music, friendly bar staff and an extensive drinks list. The Manor is a popular hub for seasonal events & live music nights.

The queens Arms

A traditional back street corner pub with excellent beers, pleasant staff, nice meals, good music, weekday activities, friendly company, great community spirit.

The Queens is a fantastic local pub servicing a wide range of  award winning beers and cider.  The pub was awarded the CAMRA pub of the year 2020 so a must for any real ale drinkers.

Blue Anchor

The Blue Anchor pub situated right on the harbourside is a cosy and traditional pub that serves good homemade food 
The cosy "Port and Starboard" restaurant is famed for its "Pub Classics" seafood menu, complemented by a daily selection of mouth watering specials, all prepared from locally sourced produce.

The pub has a selection of Local Ales, and live music is on 4 nights a week.