As evidenced by its elegant nineteenth century esplanade, clock tower and pavilion, Torquay has been a popular seaside resort since the days of Queen Victoria. It's also a foodie hotspot, with many a celebrity chef setting up shop in and around the Strand and the marina. This part of the Devon coast is often referred to as the English Riviera because of its year-round balmy weather, and there's a Mediterranean slant to the cuisine offered in many of Torquay's restaurants. With the fishing port of Brixham just along the bay and local butchers well stocked with plump prime cuts of West Country pork, tasty lamb and Devon Ruby Red beef, you can expect to enjoy some classic dishes made with the very best of British produce. So settle back and let Quandoo steer you towards the finest restaurants in Torquay.