Take in the views of the Exe estuary and the marina at The Point Bar & Grill. This light, airy venue – adorned with contemporary boating photos and memorabilia – is the perfect spot for any occasion. The Point is a great local restaurant, with friendly service, seasonal fresh food and a real sense of community.
The menu features crowd-pleasing classics including mussels landed just metres away and beer-battered fish and chips, as well as sandwiches, light bites and seasonal specials. To start, my dining partner and I shared baked Camembert with rosemary and garlic toasted bread, which was unctuous and incredibly moreish. Mains of chicken breast burger with chunky chips, and homemade fishcakes with harissa mayonnaise were both delicious and presented with care. To finish we tried the warm chocolate brownie with ice cream and it was one of the best brownies I have ever had – I even took one home for my husband.
The Point also hosts regular lively events. Thursdays are reserved for quiz night and brunch is available at the weekend. A delicious roast is served every Sunday and the evening boasts live music too. On Wednesday you and your partner can enjoy a steak or catch of the day alongside a bottle of wine for just £30. With all this on offer, it’s easy to see why the award-winning Point Bar & Grill is much loved by locals and visitors alike.