Seadog specialise in innovative world food inspired dishes that take our local Devon catch on a journey across the globe picking up influence from Asia, the Middle East, Europe, latin America and beyond.
We can be found at events and festivals across Devon and the South West where our menus focus on fresh local fish and seafood.
Seadog don’t just stop at fish; our catering menus feature dishes using the finest Westcountry meats and seasonal fruits and vegetables and we cater for all tastes and
Photo by Steve Lawson
Street food is where Seadog started and we believe fish eaten outside needn't just be fish and chips. You can find us at big, fun festivals like Camp Bestival and Wilderness, as well as selected events in North Devon. We also love popping up in unexpected and exciting places... Keep an eye on our social media for details of where to find us next.
Jo Stewart Smith is a local film maker who has produced ten excellent short documentary films about people whose lives revolve around fishing and working boats in Northern Devon. www.boatstories.co.uk
A converted horsebox pitched up daily in Westward Ho! Lyndsay sells delicious local oysters, raw and interestingly prepared alongside other fish and veggie dishes. Visit The Glorious Oyster Facebook page
Monthly installments of all things Seadog are on the horizon. We'll be sending out a regular email charting our recent highlights, up and coming events, and a treasure trove of foodie tips including a welcome recipe!
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We are part of a large and thriving fishing community in North Devon and these are some of the friends we have made on the way…
From large outdoor weddings to intimate dinner parties our menus are flexible, varied and celebrate the amazing range of produce Devon has to offer with meat lovers and veggies well catered for too.