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Weymouth Pubs & Restaurants

From tasty breakfasts to fast-food takeaways, and quick lunches to fine dining, there are eating establishments here in Weymouth to suit all tastes and budgets from morning right through until night.

If you are staying in a hotel or B&B you’ll be well fed before you get out and about to enjoy all that Weymouth has to offer. But if you are self-catering then why not head for one of the local cafes that serve up everything you need to kick-start the day, be that a simple round of toast or a delicious full English breakfast. 

No visit to the seaside would be complete without fish and chips, and whether they are enjoyed paper wrapped while sitting on the prom or in a busy cafe they always seem to taste better by the sea.

Of course, seafood doesn’t come any fresher than that landed on Weymouth’s harbour, so look out for the tasty mackerel, delicious bass and sea bream that you’ll often find on restaurant menus.  Also sample the local oysters, and scallops that have been handpicked from the seabed by local divers.

Enjoy the delicious flavours of India, Thailand, China and Italy, which are all readily available here in Weymouth. For a more traditional food choice there are lots of family pubs and restaurants in and around the town that offer Sunday carveries as well as a varied menu that will have something for all members of the family. 

If you require a venue for a romantic meal for two or perhaps for a special family occasion then you won’t be disappointed as Weymouth restaurants can cater for your every need. Carefully thought out menus are complemented by fine wines which can be chosen with the help of a knowledgeable member of staff.

Eating out is one of the most enjoyable aspects of any holiday, so take a look at the venues below to find some of Weymouth’s most popular pubs, restaurants, cafes and take-way food outlets.

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