Fishermans Wharf Restaurant

The Brief

Fishermans Wharf are a seafood restaurant based in Southend-on-Sea, Essex.

They approached me to re-brand the business in 2010. The family-run restaurant have an excellent reputation for quality food and it is popular with locals and visitors to the area. The restaurant signage and website looked dated and run down and the restaurant needed a fresh modern look to compete with the many competitors within the town.

Fishermans wharf Restaurant Branding

The Solution

A clean simple logo was created that could be used across the many different mediums. It features a fish icon that is used throughout all branding material.

The main menu’s are printed litho on an A3 uncoated stock. The children’s menu features a cartoon version based on the fish icon.

The website had a complete overhaul. As a restaurant it was important they showed the food in an attractive and appetising way. I commisioned professional photographer, Tom Gold and a photo shoot was set within the restaurant where freshly cooked dishes were photographed.

It is designed full width to give the images as much exposure as possible. The restaurant has an extensive menu so this is broken down into sections so the customer can easily navigate through the site.

Voucher booklets, drinks menus, press advertising and email newsletters have also been created.

Fishermans Wharf website
Fishermans Wharf main menu

What They Say

Northsouth Design re-designed our restaurant logo and have been designing our menus and other material since 2010. The designs they created were modern and forward thinking which fitted the brief. The menu design and service has always been fantastic and they are always easy to contact and very approachable. Their work is of a high standard and is produced quickly and their prices are very competitive and we would recommended them for any aspects of graphic design.

Jo Potton, Restaurant Manager
Fisherman’s Wharf Seafood and Grill Restaurant

Voucher booklet
Fishermans Wharf kids menu
Fishermans Wharf website