Crab Quay House opens this week as Brixham’s £22m Fish Market development nears completion

By Luke Nicholls

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The 90-cover Crab Quay House (with an additional 50 covers in the waterfront terrace) is spread over two floors, with panoramic views of the town and Torbay coastline
The 90-cover Crab Quay House (with an additional 50 covers in the waterfront terrace) is spread over two floors, with panoramic views of the town and Torbay coastline
Crab Quay House opens this week as Brixham’s £22m Fish Market development nears completion

Crab Quay House, the new restaurant, bar and deli concept in Brixham Fish Market has revealed it is to open on Friday (3 August).

The £500,000 investment into the new venue has reached completion, forming the final part of Brixham’s £22m Fish Market and commercial harbour facilities refurbishment.

Kevin Robertson-Wells has been confirmed as the head chef of the 90-cover restaurant (which has an extra 50 covers in the balcony overlooking the harbour).

Recently appointed Crab Quay House manager Suzanne Ley said: “The opening has come around so quickly, all of us here are so excited to greet the first customers.

“The restaurant is looking amazing, with a bespoke Cornish slate feature wall and, of course, stunning views of Brixham’s famous inner and outer harbour. We have fantastic local suppliers who are just as passionate about food as we are.”

Crab Quay House is a sister unit to Glassblowing House on Plymouth’s Barbican. The restaurant is solely owned by managing director Ed Steven, a former professional rugby player with a restaurant background.

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