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Restaurants in Torquay

 Eating out in Torquay restaurants

As evidenced by its elegant nineteenth century esplanade, clock tower and pavilion, Torquay has been a popular seaside resort since the days of Queen Victoria. It's also a foodie hotspot, with many a celebrity chef setting up shop in and around the Strand and the marina. This part of the Devon coast is often referred to as the English Riviera because of its year-round balmy weather, and there's a Mediterranean slant to the cuisine offered in many of Torquay's restaurants. With the fishing port of Brixham just along the bay and local butchers well stocked with plump prime cuts of West Country pork, tasty lamb and Devon Ruby Red beef, you can expect to enjoy some classic dishes made with the very best of British produce. So settle back and let Quandoo steer you towards the finest restaurants in Torquay.

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Restaurant at Orestone Manor

Restaurant at Orestone Manor

Maidencombe
European££££
5.7/69
Restaurant at Orestone Manor
Simla Spice

Simla Spice

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.5/62
Simla Spice
Amici - Torquay

Amici - Torquay

Town Centre
Italian££££
5.0/61
Amici - Torquay
Bianco's

Bianco's

Town Centre
Italian££££
Bianco's

Jingles

Town Centre
American££££
5.1/614
Jingles

Oaktree Restaurant

Paignton
European££££
6.0/62
Oaktree Restaurant

Pier point

Town Centre
European
Pier point

The Orange Tree Restaurant

Town Centre
European££££
The Orange Tree Restaurant
Côte Exeter

Côte Exeter

City Centre
French££££
5.4/61685
Côte Exeter
Côte Dorchester

Côte Dorchester

Town Centre
French££££
5.4/6674
Côte Dorchester
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    Torquay restaurants: the connoisseur's choice

    Its plethora of grand hotels alongside Michelin-starred and AA Rosette winning restaurants makes Torquay a great destination for lovers of fine dining. Local chefs push the boat out with some ambitious table d'hote menus. How about a mouthwatering guinea fowl terrine as a starter? Or hand-dived scallops with black pudding and quail's eggs? The gastronomic flair continues into the main course, with signature dishes such as turbot with tangy parsnip purée, sirloin steak with a rich tomato confit or stone bass with freshly picked samphire and capers. Ornate period features, fine tableware and lovely views all add to the feeling of timeless luxury that the best Torquay restaurants create for their customers.
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    Enjoying authentic Italian food at restaurants in Torquay

    Close to the harbour and tucked away behind quaint vintage shop fronts, you'll encounter several Torquay restaurants specialising in traditional Italian fare. If you fancy a light snack, check the specials boards for the soup of the day, or tuck into some chargrilled bruschetta generously topped with choice crab meat. For something more elaborate, you might opt for fried chicken escalopes with spaghetti, while seafood lovers are likely to zero in on a steaming plate of linguine with smoked salmon or fettucine ai frutti di mare, a selection of prawns and mussels served with pasta. And then to round off the meal, most Italian-style Torquay restaurants boast a lip-smacking dessert trolley loaded with panna cotta, icecream and cheesecake. Relaxed, intimate, low-key interiors make this a perfect choice for date nights and tete-a-tetes.
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    There's also a cosmopolitan side to Torquay restaurants

    As well as some top Indian, Chinese and Thai eateries, Torquay restaurants offer an impressive range of other flavours from around the globe. Fans of feel-good Tex Mex cooking can load up on nachos, burgers and other new world specials in fun, vibrant surroundings, with a host of colourful cocktails available to make things even more convivial. This most English of settings even stretches to American diner-style establishments serving hot dogs, burgers, sundaes, pecan pie and high-stacked pancake breakfasts in gleaming retro-'50s décor. Or for a real change of pace, you might like to warm up after a romantic seaside stroll at one of the Torquay restaurants specialising in hearty Austrian cuisine. For a cosy culinary experience on a winter visit, try a Wiener Schnitzel garnished with anchovies and capers, a beef fillet in brandy sauce or chicken breast stuffed with asparagus, then cleanse the palate with a dessert of apricot dumplings. To book yourself a spicy evening out at the restaurants in Torquay, it takes just a few moments to make a reservation through Quandoo.