Our restaurant has one of the best views in Salcombe over looking the sea and our menu has been designed by seafood expert Mitch Tonks, making our restaurant a memorable experience.

Beachside Restaurant

Beachside RestaurantThe most stunning view overlooking the estuary coupled with expertly cooked fresh local seafood, it doesn't get much better then this

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Menus

MenusOur menu's have been designed by Mitch Tonks, utilising some of the best local produce available

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Local Produce

Local ProduceWe have a wealth of high quality local produce that we take advantage of in the restaurant

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Fish Friday

Fish FridayThe last Friday in each month we hold Fish Friday. An excellent opportunity to sample 5 dishes and 5 wines over lunch

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Bar

BarA fine selection of high quality spirits, cocktails and wines are available from the bar to be enjoyed at the bar, in your room, in the restaurant or on the sun terrace

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Recipes

RecipesRecipes prepared for you by our head chef Stuart Downie. Make them at home or visit our restaurant to try them for yourself

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September 2013

South Sands Beachside Restaurant hosted a Costal Forage led by expert Devon Forager David Harrison and Michelin-starred Chef Simon Hulstone and a surprise bug cookery demo by Peter Gorton. Chefs also enjoyed a delicious barbeque cooked by our Head Chef Stuart Downie show casing local fish and meat. The Chefs' Forum aims to enhance the skill sets of top chefs in industry through updating them with the latest techniques being used by their peers.

Expert forager David Harrison led top chefs and catering students for South Devon College around the stunning South Sands cove, rocks and costal scrubland.  As the various edible plants and weeds were discovered, chef Simon Hulstone showed fellow chefs the best way to incorporate sea plantain, samphire, wild carrot and mallow into their restaurant menus. 

The fantastic Peter Gorton then performed an impressive bug cookery demo of Thai-style meal worm risotto with a good helping of personality and humour, then garnished with samphire.

Chefs munched on meal worms, crunched crickets and lunched on locusts in the great tasting risotto cooked in the demo to around 50 top Devon Food Heroes.  The Chefs' Forum continues to go from strength to strength with more chefs realising the importance of inspiring the next generation. 

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