Welcome to Supha’s! Bringing you the real taste of street food from Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar and Malaysia. At Supha’s the emphasis is very much on serving up seasonal produce and sharing fresh food with street-food style cooking and strong Asian influences including Thai cuisine as well as dishes from Malaysia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam. There is an extensive vegetarian selection and lots of our dishes are naturally gluten free too.
Customers can enjoy them alongside one of the best views that any food establishment in Plymouth can offer, right on the city’s stunning waterfront where they can watch the sun set over the harbour.
The famous and historic Two Bridges Hotel enjoys a stunning setting on the banks of the West Dart river in the heart of Dartmoor National Park. Luxurious, characterful and individually-styled rooms promise a good night's sleep followed by a hearty Dartmoor Breakfast. The award-wining menus feature local Devon produce throughout, from a casual bar lunch to a memorable evening meal in the oak-panelled Tors Restaurant. In the summer months the sunny river-view terrace is the perfect spot to enjoy a bite of lunch or a classic Devon Cream Tea, and the crackling log fires complement the warm welcome when it's cooler outside.
Situated on the idyllic Devon/Dorset/Somerset border, the historic Tytherleigh Arms offers a perfect rural getaway with all the modern comforts you’d expect. A former coaching inn dating back to the 16th century, the Tytherleigh already has a fantastic reputation with locals and visitors alike. A seasonal menu featuring the best fresh local produce guarantees a fantastic taste of the west whatever time of year you choose to visit.
The Tytherleigh makes a great place to base your visit to Axminster, Lyme Regis, Seaton, Charmouth and the surrounding areas.
Our talented kitchen team runs under the leadership of Head Chef Jack Luby. Jack has several years experience in Michelin starred restaurants in London, including Chapter One and London Carriage Works. The Tytherleigh’s brigade pride themselves on offering a creative selection of dishes sure to appeal to all tastes and dietary requirements.
Whether grabbing a light lunch in the cosy bar area, celebrating a more formal occasion or even enjoying the Devon sunshine out on our patio, your meal will be cooked to order and feature the best seasonal, locally sourced meat, seafood and vegetables.
When it comes to local real ales, we’re spoilt for choice. Our three house beers and lager come courtesy of the nearby Otter and Branscombe breweries.
Victoria Inn, Perranuthnoe, Penzance, Cornwall, TR20 9NP
We are set in the heart of the quiet, coastal village of Perranuthnoe only 1½ miles east of Marazion, home to St. Michael’s Mount and only a minute from the South West Coast path. We are ideally situated to explore West Cornwall being only 10 miles from the Minack Theatre, St. Ives and Cornwall’s rugged North coast.
As well as award-wining food, fine wines, good local ales, ciders and a Cornish lager, we have three en-suite rooms available for bed and breakfast if you don’t fancy the drive home. Our menu utilises the excellent wealth of local produce available each season within close proximity to the inn. We are very child-friendly and offer a good, healthy children’s menu as well as smaller portions of some of our main menu dishes.
Dogs are also welcome in the bar and garden and even though we don’t offer a full menu for the dogs, we do have biscuits for them behind the bar. With a roaring fire in the winter and a south facing, enclosed terraced garden for the warmer months, the inn really is for all seasons.
The Weymouth Arms, 12 Emwell Street, Warminster, BA12 8JA
01985 216 995
Exquisite food, great value for money and fresh local produce. There’s a reason why the Warminster locals fill our restaurant every day! Our beautiful inn provides a warm and welcoming atmosphere, where guests can relax in total comfort and enjoy the best of our seasonal, unpretentious menus. As well as fabulous food, fine wines, great local ales and ciders, we have eight en-suite rooms available for bed and breakfast if you don’t fancy the drive home.
We are ideally situated to explore the West of England, with the Longleat Estate and Centre Parcs Longleat Forest on our doorstep. The Roman city of Bath and the cathedral city of Salisbury are both just a short car journey away.
We are a friendly, welcoming country pub in a traditional setting that offers great food, and a wide range of drinks.
Our menu consists of a variety of delicious classic pub dishes, all homemade using locally sourced ingredients and an ever changing specials board using the best seasonal produce.
We always have three or four local ales on draught, a good choice of lagers and ciders and a selection of fantastic wines and spirits including a gin list with over twenty different gins.
Whether you are dining with us or just enjoying a pint by the fire reading the papers, we would love to see you. We are open for drinks or morning coffee from 11am every day and look forward to meeting you.
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!
Our menu has something for everyone, from comfort food, to well-thought out dishes, using the flavours of the season and the local produce on our doorsetp. We embrace the principle of good food in relaxed surroundings and have always endeavoured to use the freshest, best ingredients and buy locally wherever possible.
We firmly believe that the best ingredients are seasonal and local!
We work closely with local Devon Farmers and follow the journey of the animal where it grazes its lifestyle and the farmers ethos of working with traditional local breeds which may not produce the biggest yield of meat but our traditional to Devon.
The majority of farmers have moved away from native breeds and moved towards large breeds creating bigger yields but sacrificing welfare and taste and jeopardising the existence of a lot of traditional local breeds. The farmers we work with share our ethos of maturing the animal on the hoof rather than on the hook.
We have forty five covers within our restaurant and we are looking to create the ultimate relaxed dining experience.
Let us start by offering a pre-dinner drink from our bar again focusing on local Devon producers.
Over the last 30 years we have been sourcing and using produce from across the South West of England. The abundance and quality of produce we have here on our door step makes us think how spoilt we are to be surrounded by so many passionate food producers. Our ethos of local, sustainable and quality shines through in all our dishes. The exciting, ever changing menus we produce demonstrate our knowledge, passion and commitment to this industry.