Food & Drink in Beer
As you might expect from a coastal location, Beer is famous for the quality of its fish and seafood. Historically, the village’s main source of income was through fishing and to this day, there are dedicated fishing boats heading out every morning to provide local restaurants, take aways and cafes with fresh, seasonal produce.
Perhaps the most famous of all the fish and seafood to come out of Beer is their crab. Known for its quality, Beer’s crabs are sought after all over the UK and are exported to some of the best known seafood restaurants. No visit to the village is complete without stopping off for a crab sandwich!
It isn’t just crab that is a must – there are fewer places more perfect for enjoying fish and chips on the beach than in Beer!
It isn’t just sea food
Not a fan of seafood? Don’t worry, there are still plenty of tempting and tantalising menus to entice you. The various eateries around the village offer extensive menus covering just about every cuisine you can think of, so whatever you’re in the mood for, you’ll find something tasty and within your budget without having to look too far.
With everything from cafes to pubs to restaurants to hotels with dining options, whether you’re on the hunt for a quick refresher as you explore the shops, an informal dinner before heading out for the evening or a sit down meal for a special occasion, Beer’s kitchen have it all covered.
Fresh, seasonal flavours
Wherever you choose to eat when in Beer you can be sure of the very freshest, seasonal produce. From the incredible fish and seafood that comes in fresh every morning to the home made cakes and breads that can be found in the cafes and bakeries to the locally reared meat and veg from the surrounding Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Whatever you’re looking at, the village’s menus are full of incredible, local ingredients guaranteeing the very best flavours.