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The Counting House

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Excellent
5.0/6
3 Reviews

About The Counting House

The Counting House Cleethorpes is as bespoke as it gets. This stylish, vintage and quirky restaurant and bar is home to a stellar range of European dishes, a carefully curated cocktail menu and decor that matches it all down to a tee. Located along Sea View Street, The Counting House menu boasts a whole host of options from sharing platters, breakfast classics, mains and an afternoon tea menu that we highly recommend you sample. Everything here is done with a great degree of care and you’ll feel right at home at The Counting House – in fact, it’s hard not to. This is a local favourite with very good reason!

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 9:00 pm
Sunday
10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Monday
Closed
Tuesday
10:00 am - 10:00 pm
Wednesday
10:00 am - 10:00 pm
Thursday
10:00 am - 10:00 pm
Friday
10:00 am - 12:00 am
Saturday
10:00 am - 12:00 am

Address

The Counting House
11 Sea View Street, Centre
Cleethorpes DN358EX

Menu Highlights

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Starters

Salt & Pepper Squid

Thai pickled salad, sweet chilli
£6.00

Ham Hock Terrine

Apple, mixed pickle, capers, spring onion & watercress salad, piccalilli, crostini
£5.50

Smoked Poacher Soufflé (v)

Red onion relish, dressed rocket
£5.50
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Mains

House Fried Butter Milk Chicken

Satay slaw, sweet potato fries, hot sauce
£12.00

Wild Mushroom & Leek Open Lasagne

Dried leeks, rocket, Parmesan
£10.00

Seafood Plate

Mini prawn cocktail, haddock goujons, whitebait, simply smoked salmon, buttered brown bread, fries, lemon & caper salad
£12.00
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Main Menu

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More about The Counting House, Cleethorpes

Located a stone’s throw from the sea, it would be remiss of The Counting House Cleethorpes not to offer freshly caught seafood. Thankfully they do, and you’ll find some of the most delicious fish dishes waiting for you in this city centre restaurant and bar. Though, it’s not all about the seafood. The Counting House menu is inspired by European comfort classics and no matter what you’re craving, you’ll be in for a mighty fine time to say the least. If you’re in for brunch, keep an eye out for the eggs benedict topped with hollandaise and bacon and pair it with the bloody mary – an ideal way to start the day, trust us.

If you’re in for dinner, we recommend kicking things at The Counting House off with a few starters to share. We love the smoked poacher souffle with red onion relish; the salt and pepper squid served with Thai pickle salad and the sharing platter filled with a whole host of tasty morsels. For your main, you’ll find a range of dishes from the grill, pizzas, pasta and fully fledged mains to choose from – we can’t get enough of the fried buttermilk chicken with satay slaw, sweet potato fries and hot sauce or the slow-roasted beef bourguignon and dumplings. It’s all delicious though so it’s no surprise that this European hotspot has become the local favourite it is. You’ll find The Counting House Cleethorpes on Sea View Road in the city centre, right across from the beach.

3 The Counting House Reviews

Excellent
5.0/6
3 Reviews
Waiting time:Exceptionally good
Value for money:Good value
Atmosphere:Pleasant
Noise levels:Average
Service:Excellent
Food:Great
"Excellent"6/6
Natasha L.a day ago · 0 reviews

Brilliant atmosphere, lovely food, great and quick service! Nothing was too much effort and the cocktails were to die for! Definitely recommend a monitor! Thank you!

"Great"5/6
Kaye C.8 days ago · 0 reviews

Booked very last minute within 10 minutes of arrival easily on the website , was greeted and seated almost immediately and enjoyed a tasty breakfast with quality ingredients and lovely coffee

"Good"4/6
Jo T.9 days ago · 0 reviews

Beautiful decor, great cocktails...but the food was disappointing...burger patties felt cheap/processed and both of our desserts weren't very pleasant (eg molten choc pud was cold in the middle). Buttermilk chicken was delicious though...