“You are an ocean wave my love, crashing at the bow, I am a galley slave, my love, if only I could find out the way, to sail you…” Cousin/Regan/Bricheno.
The Fish Shack at Amble is already a shining star, due to a very impressive list of celebrity guests, which include: Harrison Ford, and the much loved Brenda Blethyn, who filmed an episode of the ITV crime drama Vera, in this fabulous coastal diner. Situated upon Amble's bustling harbour: busy with bobbing boats and sublime views, stretching out across the River Coquet, the Fish Shack is a comfortable, rustic eatery, that was actually purpose built using the old ‘Sea Quest’ boat, there’s also a lovely outside picnic area, where you can enjoy a drink and a bite out in the sunshine. Serving delicious, locally smoked seafood and freshly steamed mussels, fish and chips and a wonderful selection of seasonal specials, the Fish Shack also makes a great location for a hot drink whilst out for a walk
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The Fish Shack, Harbour Road, Amble, Morpeth, UK
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