Opened in summer 2021, Catch is based in Weymouth’s historic Old Fish Market, at the heart of the local fishing community. The restaurant focuses on sustainability - see also Hatch on the Harbour.
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Catch at The Old Fish Market Restaurant Diner Reviews
"When a restaurant this good opens on your doorstep, they deserve some commendation. I’ve been to pretty much every fish restaurant in West Dorset ( of which there are many of high quality), and I can honestly say this is at another level, and easily up there with the very best fish restaurants in London. The advantage this restaurant will always have over any fish restaurant in London is that as part of a historic fish market, and buying directly from the boats moored outside its from door, they will always be fresher. Weymouth has a fleet of small fish boats that fish as sustainably as possible. Most of these small boats are very target specific and line caught is the norm along with shellfish being hand dived. This is the source of the restaurants produce, but they then take this turn it into an exceptional dining experience. I expect to see the food bloggers and restaurant critics flocking very soon."