"The food, service and atmosphere at the Brasserie gives the experience I would expect at an award winning restaurant. We have dined as a couple on three occasions now, never repeated our choices and every dish we have eaten has been beautifully presented and delivered great flavour whilst not masking the quality of the main ingredient. The wine list delivers the quality to match the food on offer."
Now reopened with a redesigned layout offering more spacious dining. Diners can enjoy the same relaxed ambiance and great food as before, comfortably distanced from each other. To accommodate this new arrangement we are now offering two sittings in the evenings, 6.00pm - 7.30pm and 8.00pm - 9.30pm. Sunday lunchtimes reflect a similar arrangement with sittings now at 12.00pm - 1.30pm and 2.00pm - 3.30pm.
Now open Sunday and Monday nights
Good news (we hope!) diners can now enjoy our new supper menu on Sunday and Monday evenings. As the name suggests it's different from the main Brasserie menu in that we've got what Chef Callum calls his 'family favourites' or something for everyone. Click the button below to see the menu and you'll see what we mean.
Dining al fresco
We are very lucky in that, weather permitting, we have a further three outdoor tables for al fresco dining on our terrace, again appropriately spaced. Due to the nature of the British we will only make these available on 24 hours notice so if you like to be put on our waiting list, please use the for on the contact page.
During the lockdown we repurposed the brasserie to provide a home delivery service specifically aimed at those who were having to self isolate, but also to the public in general. Whilst most of our customers are delighted that we are reopening, there are many who still prefer not to venture forth. As a result we have committed to supporting them until the COVID alert drops to Level two, possibly longer. If you would like to see the menu for home delivery please click here.
MEET CHEF CALLUM
Callum Tasker has spent much of his professional career honing his skills with some of the best known culinary names in the the bay, including four years with Simon Hulstone at the Michelin starred Elephant restaurant in Torquay and two years with Mitch Tonks of Rockfish and Seahorse, Dartmouth fame. He has also been a lecturer at Ashburton College, the West Country's foremost cullinary school. Married to Hayley, they live in Brixham with their five boys (no, we've no idea how he found the time either!). Passionate about championing local produce, his cuisine is 'broadly British' with French and Italian influences. Pet dislikes? Decorating!
where to find us
Two minutes stroll from Meadfoot Beach, fifteen minutes walk from the Marina (you might want to take a cab to us though as we over the top a a classic Torquay hill!). There's plentiful unregulated on street parking too unlike most of Torquay.
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