Breakwater Bistro

Breakwater Bistro


0.5 miles
Berry Head Road, Brixham, TQ5 9AF

Occupying a prime position in Brixham, at the heart of the English Riviera, is the charming Breakwater Bistro. This attractive venue looks directly onto the beach, allowing guests to enjoy panoramic sea views while they eat. The family-run establishment is a coffee house during the day and a bistro restaurant in the evenings; the menu and atmosphere are strikingly different, but you can always be sure of a warm welcome. Breakfast is taken seriously at Breakwater Bistro; the menu is bursting with tasty baps, homemade doughnuts, large cooked breakfasts, and eggs any way you like them. Why not pair your breakfast with a refreshing glass of fruit juice, or a steaming cup of coffee?

This coastal eatery has strong relationships with a number of local seafood merchants, who provide the team with the freshest produce. If you visit in the evening we’d recommend starting with crevettes sautéed in garlic butter. Perhaps follow this with the traditional seafood paella, or baked crab Thermidor with a side of potato Dauphinoise and salad. Alternatively, both breakfast and dinner menus include a number of scrumptious vegetarian options. To end on a sweet note you could sample the mango and passion fruit ice cream cheesecake, or explore the excellent array of creamy sundaes.

+2Breakwater Bistro
Every Day
Summer Open:
Mon-Sun 9am-9.30pm

Winter Open:
Sun-Thurs 10am-4pm;
Fri & Sat 10am-9.30pm

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