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RESTAURANT of the MONTH


Bushell’s Riverside & Upper Deck restaurants


D


artmouth’s South Embankment has long been an important part of the culinary experience


of this town. But Mitch Tonks is not the only restaurateur that’s built a significant presence here. Jamie & Sarah Bushell first appeared in Dartmouth opening the popular Riverside Restaurant in 2014 and in April this year acquired the Sails Restaurant (located above Dartmouth Yacht Club and just 30 yards from the Riverside) and re-launched it as the Upper Deck Restaurant. Since 2014, they’ve learned a lot about what works best and what residents and visitors look for when dining out. Consequently some subtle changes have been made to how the two restaurants are run – as you’d expect, they work closely in partnership with each other but, for both of them, their aim is to serve quality food, moderately priced and in comfortable and intimate settings – not forgetting that both restaurants enjoy stunning views over the harbour!


Sample menus are on the website & include such dishes as;


Starters – scallops; crayfish & avocado cocktail; ham hock terrine, chargrilled halloumi Main dishes - calves liver; rump of lamb; ribeye steak; slow roasted


Traditional British food with modern twists - excellent dining in two stunning locations


How would you describe your restaurants? They’re both bistro style offering a mid range priced menu. We focus on serving traditional British food with modern twists using quality seasonal and local produce as much as possible. We get our meat from Aune Valley and fish from Moby Nicks. We work closely with our wine suppliers to bring a good quality of wines that complement our menu.


Bushell’s Riverside is the more intimate restaurant – since we opened, it’s been very popular but because we only have limited seating (just 26 covers), we often find ourselves having to turn away anything from


pork belly; grilled lemon sole; seabass; pea, asparagus and mint risotto Desserts – chocolate fondant; pannacotta; sticky toffee pudding; lemon & stem ginger cheesecake; apple & berry crumble


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