Devon Restaurants

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Devon Restaurants

  • Nice Food

    A nice pub with friendly staff and some very good real ales, it has a very spacious bar with oak beamed ceilings. Outside there is a patio area which is well shaded by a wisteria bush and a small lawned garden. We did not go into the restaurant as we had George with us but we did have a very nice meal in the bar.The food here is very reasonably...

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  • Have a pint with a sea view in...

    The Red Barn sits on a rise in Woolacombe overlooking the beach. Inside its surf "themed" with boards hung from the roof and videos showing. Despite this it still seems "pubby" and attracts a mixed crowd not just surfers. Nice place to end the day.

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  • North African Spice

    Al Beb has only been open a couple of years, it is a North African restaurant with 2 levels, the first is a comfy coffee house area & the lower level is the reataurant. It even has a harem, which is up to 12 people & you all sit on the floor on sumptuous cushions with table in the middle.They have a wonderful arabian decor, and of course to conjure...

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  • An English 'Hot Dog'

    Moretonhampstead is a small village located inside the eastern edge of Dartmoor National Park, in more of a forested area rather than the open moorlands of the Park. As we crossed Dartmoor from west-to-east on our final drive of the trip, heading for the London area to fly out the next morning, we had planned to stop at one of a few pubs along the...

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  • Cycle Touring - Camping Stove

    I wanted a multi fuel stove, sometimes refered to as a duel fuel stove, as I can not rely on finding gas cannisters in some areas Id planned to travel through. The Dragonfly will burn most fuels and unlike some similar stoves has a valve to alter the strength of flame allowing the simmering of food and liquids. The other contender, the Primus Omni...

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  • Slim Pickings

    With our B&B being a few miles outside of Barnstaple itself, it was dark when we drove into town at about 6 PM, hoping to find a nice restaurant. Our B&B host had given us a few pointers on where to go and the parking situation, so we soon arrived in the heart of the old down-town area of Barnstaple and parked on a dead-end street in back of High...

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  • Worth the wait

    Cosy , small traditional pub. Well kept large rear garden. Very friendly staff. Real ale(in Camra guide)Home cooked dishes, so a little wait but not a hardship in this pub! Non smoking too.Booking rec. during school hols. Very child friendly. I had chicken in bacon in creamy sauce. My partner had the pork. Mains came with proper chips or...

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  • Don't miss the Tiger Prawn starter

    excellent restaurant/bar/cafe in TotnesOpen Mon - Sat 09.30 - 23.00 (Sun 10.30 - 22.30)>> WATERSIDE BISTRO Deep fried Tiger Prawns with chilly dip on a mixed saladCarrott-Thyme soup with fresh baguette

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  • Terrific food and great atmosphere in a...

    Peter Tavy is the name of the village, not the pub owner (as I found out). The building dates from the 15th Century and the food and drink offerings include many real ales and Devon cheeses, along with lamb and fish dishes. A busy spot, despite being a distance from the nearest town (Tavistock) so reservations are recommended in the evening....

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  • The Pharmacy cafe

    This lovely building used to be a pharmacy in the 19th century, it still has the name of the owners in the doorway on a mosiac floor once laid by Italian designers. Inside the original fittings are still there along with all the wooden panals. On display are the little bottles of chemicles which were once used to treat ailments etc, you can still...

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  • Great varied menu

    Along the seafront about 100 yards from Teignmouth Pier, is the Beach Comber resturant. The cafe is near Teignmouth's war memorial & is open from 10am-8pm seven days a week during the summer, & is great for familes & single people . The menu is varied with special offers, which you can find on a big blackboard on the wall inside the resturant....

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  • Great village brewpub

    The place is a classic country pub, complete with large outdoor seating area for good weather.I only know the food's reputation second-hand from my wife's family but they say it's very good.I can however attest to the quality of the beer, which they brew themselves, with a variety of punnish names based on the brewery's historical connection to the...

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  • Naughty but nice

    This is another cafe in Teignmouth. This has also good wheelchair access & has salt pastry displays on the walls. There's lots of special offers on the menu, the coffee is freshly ground with a choice of home made cakes & scones to try.

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  • Indian Delights

    This restaurant has only been open two months, in the south Devon town of Totnes.Very friendly staff, pleasant music, nicely decorated. It was packed out, & apparently has been since its opening. Which is a recommendation in itself.Have to admit this is the first Indian I have ever been to & I was very impressed, Looking forward to...

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  • Village Fayre

    Friendly atmosphere, Dacor inside is very traditional, outside there is a terrace with wonderful views over the River Yealm. Traditional real ales & cider are served here, we have only eaten once here & it was a very tasty meal. I had garlic mushrooms in yorkshire pudding, Strange mix but Yummy!

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  • The Royal Castle

    The atmosphere & the food here are great. When I lived across the river at Kingswear, I visited the downstairs public bar quite often, its quite a lively & busy place.They have a formal restaurant upstairs, with great views over the waterfront. My sister held her 18th birthday dinner here in the restaurant, we had a great evening, well...

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  • Alfresco

    Alfresco's is a wonderful place for a breakfast or lunch snack. They mainly specialise in filled bagettes which are wonderful, all in a great atmosphere, when I went a couple of weeks ago they had 2 flamenco guitarists playing, This is no ordinary Bagette cafe!Alfresco's is licenced, with tables both inside & out in their gorgeous little courtyard....

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  • The Inn at Cockington

    The village also has its own Inn situated across the road from the car park. It has fine views, friendly staff, log fires in winter and great food. There is outside seating and a varied menu to suit all tastes. It also welcomes families and children can play safely in the gardens. The Drum Inn, completed in 1936, also has a thatched roof in keeping...

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