Places to eat in Seahouses
Seahouses is a beautiful village is packed with eateries for all tastes. Want to tuck into pub grub in front of a roaring fire while in your wellies? Check. Fancy getting dressed up and going out for a family meal? Check!
Seahouses is only a 30-minute drive from our Berwick and Haggerston Castle holiday parks, too. Once you’ve explored this village and have worked up an appetite,you’ll need to find a spot to refuel. Here are some places to eat in Seahouses, along with dog-friendly restaurants.
On Main Street, just a few minutes' walk from the beach you'll find this quaint cafe. Step inside with your furry companion in tow – they’re dog friendly! — and sample their homemade fare.
You can order freshly brewed coffee and homemade cakes, as well as a fried full English breakfast and sandwiches. Feel free to sit indoors or soak up the sunshine in the outdoor seating area.
Neptune Fish Restaurant
Cuisine: fish and chips
This is traditional fish and chips at its finest. At Neptune's, you’ll get to try some proper battered fish and chunky chips as they should be - even if you’re a coeliac, as they have gluten-free options too!
Take a load off after a day at the beach or out walking around Seahouses and choose from a wide menu of locally-sourced food. There’s everything you’d expect from a proper fish and chip restaurant, including cod, haddock, plaice, and fishcakes. Plus favourites such as steak and kidney pie, burgers, and sausages. There’s a menu for little bellies too, and hot and cold drinks to wash down your food.
You’ll find the friendly restaurant perches on the edge of the roundabout on Main Street.
The Bistro at Seahouses Golf Club
Cuisine: modern British
After a round of golf or a ramble around the rocky seafront, pop in for a bite to eat at the bistro. There are brighter bites like paninis or club sandwiches if you just want to fill a gap, and heartier dishes such as spring lamb with vegetables and a katsu burger with hand-cut chips.
There’s a kid’s menu and a delicious selection of desserts — all homemade, of course. When you can’t eat another bite, you’ll be able to walk it off at the beach close by!
Got your dog with you? There’s a pawfect eating area for dog owners so you can enjoy relaxing together.
If you’re looking for something a little bit special, why not treat yourself to a hand-stretched artisan pizza? Elan makes everything from scratch and fires the pizzas in their open kitchen with stone ovens.
Walk in (though booking is recommended) and you’ll get to relax in a modern yet down-to-earth restaurant with rustic tables to match the rustic dough. Choose classics such as four cheese and mushroom pizza, all made from local, seasonal ingredients. Or, opt for something different like the hoisin duck and spring onion pizza! All pizzas can be made gluten-free to order.
There are other pasta and salad dishes to choose from too, plus a wide selection of drinks available. You’ll find Elan Pizzeria on Main Street.
One Coffee 1
Cuisine: coffee and cake
Find the cute, independent coffee shop just off Main Street if you want to stop in for a bite to eat. It’s traditionally British in decor and menu, with colourful outdoor seating on sunny days.
Heaps of cakes and home bakes as you’d expect from a coffee shop, with generous portions and gluten-free options, which are sometimes hard to come by in little cafes. Grab a freshly brewed coffee or tea to while away some time before your next Seahouses adventure.
Dogs are welcome to sit outside, with fresh water available to keep tails wagging!
For an authentic Indian meal with a cosy atmosphere, book your table at the Spice House. You’ll get to tuck into delicious Indian fare in a calming, modern setting. Choose from traditional curries, biryani dishes, and chef’s specials including speciality seafood dishes.
Pop in for lunch or dinner — there are vegan and gluten-free options available too. Just ask!
For delicious Italian cuisine in a cosy setting, Insieme is a great spot tucked away down a narrow side street. Book your table to come and enjoy authentic dishes like antipasti, lamb shanks, pizza, and pasta cooked to perfection.
Like many of the restaurants in Seahouses, you can order fresh seafood dishes, too. There’s a kids' menu for hungry little ones, and you can wash it down with a glass of chilled Italian wine or a soft drink. Saluti!
Lewis’s Fish Restaurant
A rustic little spot on Main Street for some proper fish and chips! Lewis’s is ideal to fill rumbling tummies after exploring Seahouses.
There’s a cosy restaurant area indoors, or you can take your food away (dogs are allowed to wait indoors with you). You’ll find traditional battered cod, haddock, plaice, and chips, plus poached fish and even crabs and lobsters.
They catch lots of the fish themselves and prepare it the very same morning. You can’t get fresher than that! Fancy something other than fish? They cater for meat lovers and vegetarians, too.
Black Swan Inn
This gastropub is located on the water in a stunning rustic brick building with a sunny patio. Inside, you’ll find warm wood panelling, a toasty log burner, and beautiful views of the sea.
The dishes are everything you’d expect from an upmarket bistro — local scallops, prawns, and haddock for starters, and boar bangers, lamb rump, and sizzling steak for mains. Kids can choose any main as a half portion, too. There are plenty of vegan options such as celeriac steak and harissa-roasted cauliflower. Many of the dishes can be made to cater for coeliacs. Bonappetit!
The Olde Ship Inn
Cuisine: pub grub
As you walk down the hill towards the beach on Main Street, you’ll spot this welcoming inn. It’s an old-fashioned pub with a wonderful selection of food and drink, decorated inside with lots of fishing nets, lobster pots, and other maritime trinkets.
Choose hearty pub grub like steak and chips, pies, and gammon and egg, or go for a lighter salad or baked spud. On the drinks front, they don’t disappoint with their range of award-winning ales. Dogs are welcome to come in and sit while you enjoy your meal in the dog-friendly area!