Rockfish Double Win at National Seafish Awards

Rockfish is named as the best multiple operator for fish & chips in the UK and wins the sustainability award.


Seafood restaurant group Rockfish, who’ve just opened their fifth outlet in Exmouth, have been crowned best group operators in the National Seafish Awards and also win the Good Catch sustainability award.

The business run by restaurateurs and chefs Mitch Tonks & Mat Prowse are not new to awards having won a bucketful since they began in the business some 16 years ago, winning for best seafood restaurant, best independent, best newcomer, best fishmonger, restaurateur of the year for their Rockfish restaurants, the Seahorse restaurant and their books, but as Mitch says winning gets no easier,

“This is fantastic news and I’m really proud of what everyone at Rockfish achieves. There are challenges in growing a business but for us it is all about maintaining quality and being on a constant journey to be the very best we can be, every day. Rockfish is built on some great values which are inherent in all we do. We want to our guests to love seafood and the coastal life as much as we do and believe that a journey to the seaside to enjoy the best fish in the world is well worth making, it doesn’t get better than eating it on the day it was landed especially here on the south coast which is home to some of the finest fish in the world. Everyone at Rockfish is overjoyed to have their efforts recognised, especially amongst so many other brilliant restaurants and takeaways.”


One thought on “Rockfish Double Win at National Seafish Awards

  1. My husband and I love eating at Rock Fish restaurants. We really love the fishing forecasts in the toilets. Is there anywhere we could buy the recordings. Be great if you sold it or we could down load it. I’d like to get pass German dog bite. French kiss, swizz roll! 😳

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