The Old Vienna Restaurant in Torquay offers artisan cuisine with an Austrian touch. The building itself has been completely refurbished to a high standard with solid hardwood tables and contemporary leather chairs blended with elements of traditional Austrian decor. With seating for just 20 diners, this unique setting offers a personal service with exquisite cuisine made from seasonal local produce.
Eating in The Riverford Field Kitchen is something to remember. We think great food tastes even better when you enjoy it with other people, so you will share your table with fellow diners for a feast of the freshest seasonal produce from our fields. Uniquely, there is just one sitting and the whole restaurant is served together at the same time. Seasonal sample menus for lunch and supper are available on the website. We are fully licensed and have a selection of organic wine, local juices, beers and cider, as well as some spirits. Why not enhance your visit by seeing what we grow? Guided tours complete with tractor-trailer rides can be booked April to October on Wednesdays or Thursdays. Alternatively, you can roam the fields yourself, free of charge with one of our easy-to-read maps and MP3 player with audio from Guy Watson. We even have wellies if you need them!
19 The Square, Witheridge, Tiverton, Devon, EX16 8AE
Welcome to La Petite Bouchée, our four-seater restaurant housed in the back of our 1971 Citroen HY Camper Van. 95% of our suppliers are within the West Country. Our aim is to source suppliers within a 25 mile radius and so far we have been successful with our meat, eggs, cheese and ambient products. Only our wine merchant remains in London, supplying us with quality wines from very small, organic and biodynamic vineyards in France.
Rumwell Farm Shop is an independent, family-run, award-winning business owned by the Mitchell family. It is situated on the A38 between Wellington and Taunton. It was originally a potato store, where David and Anne Mitchell began selling their potatoes and free range eggs at the gate.
Due to customer demand, the range of products soon increased and the farm shop grew into the place it is today. David and Anne’s sons, James and Jack, are now also involved in the business, as well as daughters-in-law Sophie and Donna.
The shop has a traditional butchery counter selling free range pork and Aberdeen Angus beef reared just four miles away on the family farm. There is also a delicatessen, bakery, jam kitchen, food hall, wine cellar and gift room.
The jam kitchen produces a range of 50 products including jams, chutneys and marmalades all made using fruit and vegetables from the shop.
Home grown potatoes are also still available, when in season, as well as everything from fruit, vegetables and groceries to plants, flowers, gifts and cards.
Come and see for yourself – we look forward to serving you!
The Carter family, owners of Greendale Farm Shop, has been farming the East Devon countryside for more than five generations. A world away from the supermarkets, Greendale farm shop is bursting with fresh, locally-sourced produce. If we can’t grow it on our farm or catch it from our fishing boats, we buy from carefully chosen suppliers; it’s important that we offer only the best to our customers. With its wet fish counter, on-site butchers, fabulous Deli and well-stocked grocery department a visit to the farm shop is always worthwhile.