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20-30 or more customers nightly during the busy months. We have many regular customers, some of whom are residents but also many visitors who keep coming back to us. When the opportunity, therefore, came to buy the old Sails restaurant, we jumped at the chance as we can now redirect those disappointed customers to the Upper Deck. If we can, we’ll even walk them the short distance to our other restaurant! We now offer broadly the same menu in both


restaurants with dishes also priced similarly. Typically, our main course dishes are priced from £14.50 to £25. With the restaurants almost side by side, we are able to keep a strict control on quality and its much easier to manage them efficiently especially during the summer. The Upper Deck can cater for larger settings or


groups (up to 40 covers) and is, therefore, more fami- ly friendly e.g. it now has a children’s menu.


Are the restaurants open at the same time? We have tried to ensure we can cater for our customers 7 days a week and all year round, albeit Riverside will be closed briefly in January for refurbishment. Riverside is, therefore, open from Tuesday to


Sunday for lunch and dinner as well as being open at 10am for coffee and light bites. The Upper Deck meanwhile is open for dinner from Thursday to Monday from 6pm although we are very flexible – by arrangement, we will open for lunch for large bookings e.g. we have a special party of 40 booked in November.


Who’s in the team? Jamie is Head Chef – we’re currently in the process of recruiting a new chef to help him. Jamie has been a chef since he left school – originally from East Sussex. The joke is that he’s yet to pick up any local accent as he’s never out of the kitchen! Sarah is very busy managing the adminis- tration of the restaurants as well as looking after the couple’s young child with another baby on the way! Upper Deck’s front of house manager is Tom


Shanley who also moved from Sussex to join Jamie and Sarah, having been originally trained by Jamie when in Sussex. Cassie Richmond who started waiting on tables aged 16 yrs when Riverside first opened has now just been promoted to house manager of the Riverside. Cassie’s brother also works for us so there’s a real family feel to our team. As hospitality staff especially chefs are


increasingly difficult to find, Jamie and Sarah are keen to work closely with South Devon College and local schools to promote apprentice schemes to help train and attract the necessary staff.


Are you open for Christmas? Yes, Jamie, Sarah and Tom will be on hand on Christmas Day to offer a special Christmas set menu in the Upper Deck for £65 pp (see the website for details).


Riverside: 24 South Embankment 01803 833540 Upper Deck: 22 South Embankment 01803 839281 www.bushells.org.uk


Excellent dining in two stunning locations


Excellent dining in two stunning locations Traditional British food with modern twists


Riverside Restaurant


Riverside Restaurant 24 South Embankment Dartmouth 01803 833540


24 South Embankment Dartmouth 01803 833540


Traditional British food with modern twists


Upper Deck 1st Floor,


see menus online at www.bushells.org.uk


22 South Embankment Dartmouth 01803 839281


See menus online at www.bushells.org.uk Upper Deck


22 South Embankment Dartmouth 01803 839281


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