Torquay attracts a great number of people not only for its fine beaches but also for the many Torquay attractions that are guaranteed to give you and your family a good time. But before you start planning out your itinerary, make sure that you have already booked your holiday cottages so you will have the best accommodations during your holidays. The holiday cottages are luxurious and comfortable plus they are near the major Torquay attractions. Your itinerary must not only include these interesting Torquay attractions but should also take in the different dining places that you must try out.  Here are some interesting brasseries that you must visit.

Bay Brasserie

Bay Brasserie is located at the Riviera International Centre in Chestnut Avenue. You have the option of dining at its spacious terrace furnished with wooden furniture and large umbrellas or at the indoor warm red dining room.  Whatever you choose, you will get your share of the stunning views of Torbay.  The restaurant is open every day from 9 a.m.

until 5 p.m.

You can start off the day with their popular Bay Breakfast or get the smoked Scottish salmon muffin with free range scrambled eggs. Lunch is available from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. You can order the popular breaded cod goujons, scampi and chips or the traditional English ploughman’s with smoked cheese or honey-baked ham. You can have sandwiches/baguettes or paninis served with chips and salad. After a day of exploring the different Torquay attractions near the seafront, fill up your tummy with some delicious food at the Bay Brasserie.

If you have some special celebrations, Bay Brasserie can also host it for you with very affordable packages.

The Brasserie at Osborne Hotel

The Brasserie is the informal dining option of the Osborne Hotel.  It is located at Hesketh Crescent and is near the many Torquay attractions and holiday cottages. The place has an extensive menu of delicious dishes that are available throughout the day.  It also has a well stocked bar from which you can choose a variety of drinks. You can also choose different coffee concoctions or the popular Devon Cream Tea. The terrace at the Brasserie is a great place to enjoy your meal during warmer days as it has a beautiful view of the sea. The place is closed after 5 p.m. during Sundays and the whole day of Monday and Tuesday during winter.

Some of the popular dishes that you can order include the Cajun chicken salad, belly pork brochette with honey and soy sauce or three char grilled sausages (lamb and mint, farmhouse and pork with leeks sausages) served with fried onions, fries or new potatoes and salad. It is also worth trying the house specialties like the 8 oz sirloin steak with a choice of smoky bbq, green peppercorn or Worcester and mustard sauce served with fries or new potatoes and a salad garnish. Vegetarians should try ordering the brochette aubergine, courgettes, mushroom and sweet peppers with basil butter and mixed beans. The Brasserie is a great place to enjoy all these fine food with your family and friends after a day of sightseeing.

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