The best seafood restaurants in Somerset

1. Goodfellows

The Goodfellows in Wells run by Adam and Martine Fellows. Apart from having a lunch and dinner menu Goodfellows has a specialty menu for Seafood, with smaller dishes but more tastes of a selection of favorite seafood dishes. If you like tasty yet simple fresh fish dishes the this restaurant is for you. The fish comes in most days from the day boats off the coast of Devon and Cornwall. They are also vegan friendly for those who don’t eat Seafood.

2. The Glorious Oyster

The Glorious Oyster is situated in North Devon. How we love the name the Glorious Oyster! Nestled behind the Sandhills at Instow Beach it is an outside seating only beach shack style. Probably best to go when the weather is good or you will be eating the freshest oysters (yum) but in the rain. They serve Devon and Cornwall pacific oyster’s sourced directly from sustainable farmers. Great food without the fuss, beautiful views this place is a must visit if you are in the area. 


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3. The Thatched Cottage

“A relaxed, family-run restaurant specialising in steak and seafood”. If that doesn’t sum up the Thatched Cottage in one sentence. This sun filled cottage is in Weston-super-Mare is on the seafront and perfect for soaking in rays of sun and watching life go by. They serve lunch, dinner, drinks and brunch on the weekends. All locally sourced ingredients and lots of outdoor seating.

4. Tom's Fish Bar

Looking or a good fish and chips take away while in Somerset? Tom’s a a friendly, good priced quality take-away! They do have a small seating area for anyone who is wanting to eat in with some very funky interior!

5. The Scallop Shell

The Scallop Shell Fish and Chip Restaurant and Seafood Grill in Bath is worth a visit! Serving a whole range of dish dishes: grilled lemon sole, scampi, sea bream just to name a few. It has two floors and a terrace and is open for lunch and dinner serving fresh fish and home made chips. Looking for just a take away the Scallop Shell has a sister company called the Oyster Shell which is for take-away.

6. The Sheppey

This fantastic little area in the Wells has a lot to offer. The Sheppey has a diverse schedule of live music and events. If that doesn’t draw you in then the river and farmland might. They have funky boutique b&b rooms where you can stay to sleep op your cider hangover. The Menu is diverse and there are options for all diets. Mussels, fish stew and pan fried hake are some of the mentions on the menu.


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The unpredictable world we currently live in can throw many curve balls when it comes to simple things we enjoy, such as enjoying some fish and chips at the local seafood restaurant. If at any given moment you can’t go out to eat, how about hosting your own seafood night! Invite your friends and family. Go to your local fish monger and how about setting up your own home bar? After seeing what the fresh catch of the day is at the fish monger you can start on your food and wine pairings. White wine usually the favorite to go with seafood. Keep you white wine extra cold with a coolenator while not having to go back to the fridge for top ups! Seafood restaurants in Somerset – off you GO!


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