Teignmouth Restaurants

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  • Scots Seaview Diner: Old World cafe

    by Lifestyles Updated Apr 4, 2011

    In The Triangle is Scots seafood Diner which is one of the last family old world cafe's. Prices are cheap with indoor & outdoor seating, here if you order a cream tea the scones r presented warmed up, unlike other cafe's.

    There are outside boards & upstairs seating, service is fast. You order at the counter & pay & u can actually see the food being prepared, different things on the list include: Jkt Potatoes with cheese, baked beans, tuna, prawn fillings, fish n chips, variouse sandwitches, variouse roasts for £4.95, varied cooked breakfasts, children's menue & desserts, followed by a wine & drinks list

    Favorite Dish: Has to be the cooked breakfast which consist of two sausages, bacon, fried bread, tomatoes, mushrooms & egg.

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    Harbour Fish Bar: This'll Come As No Surprise!

    by johngayton Updated May 3, 2010

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    As both a seaside resort and having its own fishing fleet the town's culinary speciality is fish'n chips. You'll find half-a-dozen or so shops (both take-away and eat-in) dotted around the centre and a couple more along the seafront.

    The Harbour Fish Bar (established 1989) is as good as any for a take-away. Service is quick and friendly and prices reasonable.

    Favorite Dish: Well, of course it has to be! Cod is flappingly-fresh, white and meaty, and fried in a crisp, almost grease-free batter. Chips are cooked in small batches to stop them going soggy.

    Take your supper down to the harbour and sit on the wall watching the boats deliver tomorrow's repast - for four and a half quid just the job!

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    The Beachcomber: Great varied menu

    by LouiseTopp Written Sep 14, 2004
    Teignmouth Seafront

    Along the seafront about 100 yards from Teignmouth Pier, is the Beach Comber restaurant. The cafe is near Teignmouth war memorial & is open from 10am-6pm seven days a week, & is great for families & single people alike. The menu is varied with special offers, which you can find on a huge black board on the wall inside the restaurant. There's outside seating as well as in with great views across the water & the flower beds nearby. All the tables have green shades which flap like crazy in the wind. There's toilets inside & high chairs for younger children.

    On the tables are olive oil, salt & Vinegar & sugar. In the morning you can order at the bar, but during the afternoon there's a waitressing service. There's a no smoking area & there's fans in the ceiling, there’s also fishing nets & ships wheels on display on the walls.

    The window overlooks the seafront where you can watch fishing boars in the distance, or if it's regatta week (August) you can watch the rowers practicing up & down the water. Sometimes the seagulls help them selves to what's left on the tables outside. There’s a sign saying that staff aren’t responsible for seagulls pinching food; I'll just sit there with me gun!

    Favorite Dish: Tea is 90p per cup & dinners can be from £4-8.95. Roast dinner is good here, but they only do it in the morning as it quickly sells out. Banoffee pie is lovely & so are the cream Tea's which about £3.25 is. You get a pot of tea, Two warm scones, a pot of jam & cream & a sachet of honey.

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  • The BeachComber: Cream tea's to die for

    by Lifestyles Updated Sep 2, 2003

    Along Teignmouth seafront is a quint cafe called the Beachcomber. There is indoor & outdoor seating, & the menu is good. You go up to the counter to order your food then find your table. The cream tea's are georgous & for ý3.75 are quite generouse with a pot of jam, 2 scones with honey if you wish & a pot of tea. There is a varied range of hot foods to choose from including Lasagne, jacket potatoes & other hot dishes. The beachcomber Choc dip is an icecream sundea with different layers of chocolate & two wafers. the Beachcomber opens at 10am & closes at 7pm, depending on how busy it is. There is also a notice warning customers not to feed the seagulls, they have been known to steal food, & they sit on the wall watching your evey mouthful with dripping beaks. There is a seperate counter for anyone who is eating outside, sugar etc is on the tables.

    Favorite Dish: The cream tea's are so nice, with a pot of cream, two scones and two pots of jam followed by honey, yummy! the crab sandwitches are nice, & there is a choice of spotted dick & an open display freezer with cakes in.

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