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The Harbour Lights Restaurant

The Harbour Lights Restaurant


The Harbour Lights,
26 Broad Street,
The Quay,
North Devon,
EX34 9BL.


01271 862778


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We know that you want service with a smile, freshly prepared meals, local produce and sensible prices when eating out, and we believe that our ground floor licensed restaurant satisfies all of these requirements . The Harbour Lights Restaurant has seating for up to 60 and is open to non-residents. The restaurant has been nominated for the prestigious North Devon Good Food Award and is very popular with local residents.

Your resident hosts, Ruth and Steve, are fully committed proprietors, on duty at breakfast, lunch and dinner, 7 days a week. Ruth runs the dining room, Steve is your Head Chef.

Your food is prepared, cooked and served by us personally or under our direct supervision so you can be assured of the highest standards at all times.

Every meal at The Harbour Lights is freshly prepared to order using ingredients from our preferred local suppliers. Our meat comes from Ivan Clarke Catering Butchers of Ilfracombe. Our fish is sourced on Appledore Fish Market and supplied by Passmore’s of Barnstaple.

Our Lobster is landed in Ilfracombe Harbour by the “Walrus”. Our fruit and veg is supplied by Norman’s on Ilfracombe High Street where you will also find The Pantry, our local baker.

Dining with us will not break the bank!

Our menu style is traditional and homely and the ambience is relaxed and friendly.

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