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Searching the UK coast for great seafood destinations?

Discussion in 'Feedback/Suggestions' started by CarolandNick, Mar 17, 2019 at 3:23 AM.

  1. Our trip to the Suffolk coast last weekend has inspired me to start this thread....
    We were in the South East collecting the second hand magnetico we found on line and wanted some sea air to make the day complete ;)
    A look at the map showed the small seaside town of Aldeburgh was around 40 mins away. What a gem!
    The best part for us was the row of traditional shacks on the beach selling fresh caught local seafood. We had a shellfish feast! Simply cooked cockles, langoustines and brown shrimp, but so memorable.
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    In the North West, where we live, finding somewhere like this is a rare thing indeed. These traditional places have all but vanished.
    I would love to know where to visit when I have time off for the great combination of beach, sea and seafood.

    To all the UK members - post your links to great places to visit around the coast of our tiny island where you have discovered fantastic seafood - so we can make a point of visiting and feasting!
     
    Last edited: Mar 17, 2019 at 5:16 AM
  2. I have to post about this place, too.
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    This is on the Isle of Skye, at Carbost and well worth a visit if you are in the North.
     
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