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The Riverside Restaurant used to be a seafood restaurant in West Bay, England. The building is situated on a causeway and as such the dining area is on two levels with views of the river and beyond to the sea. In 2006 locally based food writer Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall listed it as one of his top five seafood restaurants. In 2004 it was voted one of The Observer newspaper's Top 10 Seafood Restaurants. Fearnley-Whittingstall has also described it as arguably the most child-friendly restaurant in the country. It also received critical acclaim from indulgesouthwest.co.uk food magazine and Harden's Restaurant Guide

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  • The Riverside Restaurant used to be a seafood restaurant in West Bay, England. The building is situated on a causeway and as such the dining area is on two levels with views of the river and beyond to the sea. In 2006 locally based food writer Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall listed it as one of his top five seafood restaurants. In 2004 it was voted one of The Observer newspaper's Top 10 Seafood Restaurants. Fearnley-Whittingstall has also described it as arguably the most child-friendly restaurant in the country. It also received critical acclaim from indulgesouthwest.co.uk food magazine and Harden's Restaurant Guide
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  • The Riverside Restaurant used to be a seafood restaurant in West Bay, England. The building is situated on a causeway and as such the dining area is on two levels with views of the river and beyond to the sea. In 2006 locally based food writer Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall listed it as one of his top five seafood restaurants. In 2004 it was voted one of The Observer newspaper's Top 10 Seafood Restaurants. Fearnley-Whittingstall has also described it as arguably the most child-friendly restaurant in the country. It also received critical acclaim from indulgesouthwest.co.uk food magazine and Harden's Restaurant Guide The restaurant served local fish and was traditionally closed in the December and January months (the months when the fishermen do not go out in the area due to rough seas).
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