Established by Rick Stein and Jill Stein in 1975, The Seafood Restaurant is famous for establishing an international reputation for imaginative cooking of the very freshest fish and shellfish.
We have a seafood bar right in the middle of the restaurant where you can watch chefs assembling platters of oysters, langoustines, sushi and sashimi. No reservations are required for the bar and you can order anything from the a la carte menu.
Fresh fish and seafood
Our menu uses the freshest fish and seafood that is often landed right here on our doorstep by local fishermen.
Our head chef, Pete Murt and his team create simple seafood dishes with fresh and classic flavours using Rick Stein’s famous recipes.
Inspiration from Rick’s travels
Over the years the menu has developed and you can expect to see dishes such as; fresh oysters and langoustines, mussels, turbot, dover sole, lobsters and sashimi. Plus we also have fish dishes from Goa, Thailand and Bali as well as classic French dishes like lobster thermidor and bourride together with some of Rick’s own creations like a casserole of brill with cep mushrooms.
Designed by Jill Stein, the restaurant offers a vibrant and relaxed atmosphere with its blonde wood floor, white walls, contemporary art and tables dressed in white linen.
Our extensive wine list is handpicked by Rick Stein and his team of sommeliers who have chosen some of the best wines from around the world and from right here in Cornwall.
Winter set lunches:
Take shelter from the winter elements and enjoy a seasonal menu with all your winter favourites including freshly landed seafood, locally sourced vegetable and dishes inspired by Rick’s culinary travels. The menu includes fillets of Cornish lemon sole served with a beurre noisette and deep fried shrimps, seared fillet of hake with a piperade of roasted peppers, tomato and Serrano ham and classic fish and shellfish soup with rouille, Parmesan and croutons.
3 courses for £34.95 – available from Monday 4th November 2019 – Friday 27th March 2020.
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