Had breakfast here twice, nothing too exciting, just a bacon baguette. A little expensive perhaps but it's the best location in town, the views over the harbour are beautiful and you really feel part of Torquay.
A taxi driver told us about the place when we asked him where weas good to go. 'The Offshore is popular with the locals' he said 'They have live music every night'. We saw femail vocalist on Sunday 18th August who was ok (not really my thing though) and two guys called AJ and Elliot on the Monday (19th) who were brilliantly funny.
There is a tall guy who works there, I think his name is Harry, who makes an excellent Long Island iced-tea. I had about six.
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