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  1. Restaurants
    We’ve got restaurants in Torbay that have been the favourite haunts of locals and visitors alike for many years. But we’re also witnessing an explosion of fantastic new restaurants popping up.
  2. Cafes & Tea Rooms
    To discover the delights of a Devon Cream Tea, visit one of the English Riviera’s many charming tea rooms. For delicious loose-leaf tea, homemade scones and cakes, light lunches and a variety of other tasty treats try Burridge’s Tearooms overlooking Torquay Harbourside.
  3. Pubs, Bars & Beer Gardens
    If there’s one thing that really makes a holiday special, it’s discovering a really good pub or bar! A good pub or bar is at the heart of a great British holiday. Fortunately, in Devon we’re spoilt for choice when it comes to top quality pubs and bars, many with stunning sea and harbour views.
  4. Farm Shops & Cafés
    If you’re planning on cooking up a feast of local food for yourself during your stay, you can buy quality local food and drink directly from the growers at local farmer’s markets in the towns.

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  1. England's Seafood Coast
    Named England’s Seafood Coast for good reason, the English Riviera is home to the UK’s finest seafood and the world-famous Brixham Fish Market, where some of the nation’s best chefs source their seafood.
  2. We've got no shortage of seriously good restaurants on the English Riviera. There's something for every pocket and preference, from good old traditional British fish and chips to exceptional fine dining. But don’t just take our word for it.
  3. Just like our French cousins, the English Riviera is well accustomed to glamour and glitz. We have superyachts lined up in Torquay harbour that wouldn’t look out of place in Monaco. And you’ll find classy cocktail bars all along the coast.
  4. If you prefer not to eat meat or dairy-products there’s no need to worry about going hungry during your stay in the English Riviera. Our mild climate means that we can grow some of the region’s best produce with an abundance of freshly picked fruit and vegetables.
  5. From haute cuisine to everyone’s favourite fish and chips, you’re spoilt for choice when you eat out in Torbay. Named as England’s Seafood Coast, no holiday to the English Riviera would be complete without a taste of some superb local fish and seafood, landed here in Brixham.
  6. Going away for your holidays can often mean leaving one of the most important members of the family behind – your dog. But in South Devon we like to extend a warm welcome to all our visitors, including our four-legged guests. That is why you’ll find plenty of dog-friendly places to eat in Devon.
  7. If the kids are happy then you’re happy. From watching the delight on their faces as they sample their first taste of fresh, sweet Brixham crab to grabbing a quick bite beside the beach, you’ll find restaurants, cafes and pubs across Torbay that make eating out with children a doddle.
  8. Sampling local delicacies is one of the best things about going on holiday. And when that local delicacy is a divine Devon Cream Tea, we think you can justify eating it more than once. So prepare to loosen your belts as we guide you through our pick of places to enjoy a Devon cream tea in the English Riviera.

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With 22 miles of

coastline and 20 beaches on offer, 

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