Seafood restaurant in the heart of Hampshire

Back in 2014 our restaurant on the high street in Winchester was our first to open outside of Cornwall. It brings touches of our heritage from the far southwest to Hampshire with Cornish catch delivered daily that Head Chef Chris and our team cook simply to tried and tested recipes. Firm favourites include shellfish ragoût, the attention-grabbing fruits de mer platter and a classic from The Seafood Restaurant in Padstow, turbot hollandaise.

Being on the high street we’re open for morning coffee until late, so you can stop by whenever you please for something light, a full three course seafood experience or simply a cocktail in the bar if that’s what your day requires.


This spring we’re celebrating Campari across our restaurants, and on Wednesday 22nd May, we’re hosting a masterclass here in Winchester for you to revel in.

With engaging demonstrations from our experts that shine a light on the unmistakeably red classic – look forward to discovering Campari based drinks whilst enjoying a few nibbles.

Time: 6m – 7pm
Price: £25pp

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Hear from our customers

Absolutely did not disappoint – delicious oysters, main, and dessert. Lovely menu and we had the friendliest waiter! Great experience and would definitely recommend for a nice dinner.

- Lisa

Relaxing atmosphere, pleasant staff, and the food and service is excellent!!

- Nils

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