The Seahorse Al Mare comes to Salcombe Crabfest

As part of the celebrations this year, we are delighted to be welcoming The Seahorse Al Mare pop up restaurant to Salcombe on the day of Crabfest.

Located at the heart of the festival, in a picturesque position alongside the beautiful tidal Salcombe Estuary, the Seahorse Al Mare will be offering both lunch and dinner. But with only 42 seats available at each sitting, you will need to book quickly to secure your seats!

So what can diners expect? Chef Director Jake Bridgwood & Head Chef Ben Tonks will be bringing the magic of the Seahorse to Salcombe. Experience the best fresh, local seafood with all the style and impeccable service of the Seahorse restaurant at this wonderful event, as they cook the finest local seafood over fire on their bespoke open charcoal grill. 

The Seahorse Al Mare chefs Ben Tonks and Jake Bridgwood

Take a look at the mouth-watering celebration menu of oysters, langoustines, Salcombe crab & Lobster below…

Menu of  
Sunday 1st May 
Salcombe Crab Festival  


Foccacia & anchoide  

Insalata di mare, a salad of our local seafood with lemon & rocket Oysters served natural, Portland Pearls grown in salt water behind Chesil beach Langoustines grilled over fire with wild garlic  


A salad of Salcombe crab, fennel & mayonnaise  


Lobster grilled over charcoal with Thermidor butter  served with, 

Cornish new potatoes & seaweed butter 

Mixed leaf salad with lemon & fontodi olive oil 



 To include Saphir Brut – Louis Barthélémy  
Tonnix white &Tonnix red , a Portuguse wine blended by Mitch Tonks & Mark Hix
The Seahorse Rosé from magnum 
Chateau de Lacquy Armagnac 3yr 

Tickets are £175 per head to include wine.

Sunday 1st May

Lunch: 12.30-4.30pm

Dinner: 6.30pm-10.30pm

42 seats available at each sitting

Click here to book your tickets

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