Fish & Grill
Phone: +44 (0)1947 880 187
We ask that all reservations are for one household or support bubble.
5pm - 10pm
Saturday & Sunday
12noon - 10pm
Monday & Tuesday
Due to the ongoing pandemic and the challenges faced by the hospitality industry at the moment, regretfully we have come to the tough decision to close and will not re-open now until 3rd March 2021 (at the earliest if restrictions allow).
Unfortunately & understandably, the accumulation of cancellations we have been witnessing, it is just not financially viable to remain open at this time.
We are truly grateful for the support every customer has shown us
in these challenging times.
When we are in a position to re-open and take bookings, we will post all the details here on our website and Facebook page.
We sincerely hope you have the best Christmas possible and we look forward to seeing you all next year.
Be Kind. Be Safe. Be Patient. And look after each other.
Named one of the best beaches in the World, the picturesque village of Robin Hood’s Bay is home to the Bramblewick Fish & Grill
Dating back to the 17th century, enjoying an idyllic setting in this seaside village, just a stone's throw from the beach, on the Jurassic Coast. The village road runs steeply down to the very edge of the rocky shore. There are intriguing alleyways waving between tightly-packed cottages and houses.
Indulge in a mouth-watering evening meal, freshly prepared just for you. Our menu echoes the coast and countryside on our doorstep. Head Chef & Proprietor Michael Coates and Sous Chef Thomas Locker work tirelessly in our kitchen, to make the most of seasonal, quality ingredients from our local suppliers. Our tasty dishes are effortlessly matched with fine wines, great beers and spirits.
Whether you’re looking for a restful short break in the heart of the old village, or the perfect dining experience, we look forward to welcoming you at the Bramblewick Fish & Grill
Please note there is no parking available at the bottom of Robin Hood's Bay, there are two car parks at the top of the village, which are free during the winter months. Cars can drive down to the Bramblewick to unload. Please bear in mind the road is narrow and winding. There is limited turning space at the bottom near the dock.