Food trailers are an important part of any large event, with delicious meals that ensure families stay for as long as possible. At Freemans Catering, in Plymouth, Devon, we are mobile caterers that supply our seven trailers for all types of outdoor shows. For more than five years we have attended events, with many requesting that we return annually, which is indicative of our quality work. Freemans Catering is family run, and there will always be at least one member of the family on-site to oversee our food and services.
Our plaice, lemon sole, monkfish, John Dory, hake and pollock are all landed in South West ports. We only buy from reputable suppliers who are able to trace back to where their fish was landed. From June to December we use local Devon potatoes. At Hanburys you can enjoy good fish and chips as locally sourced and sustainable as possible.
The Hare & Hounds is a traditional country pub in Waytown, Bridport with a beautiful big garden and stunning views over the Dorset countryside. The pub itself is cosy with a fire, genial hosts and terrific, wholesome food! There's a fine selection of Palmers Brewery's ales available from the cask. The homemade pies are fabulous, and the Sunday roasts offering a fine selection of local meats have become a speciality. Their fresh fish is caught lcocally and vegetables come from within a ten mile radius, near Beaminster.
Food is an important part of any holiday, and here at the Elizabeth, it's one of reasons many people return year after year. Sourced from local suppliers, our chef and his team create a delicious seasonal menu, served with care and attention by our friendly staff.
Roast pork in a fresh bread roll with apple sauce and crispy crackling. Mmmm! Slow cooked so that it's nice and juicy served with roast potatoes and homemade stuffing. This is what you can expect from Hungry Hog South West. Locally produced hog roast rolls and take away roast dinners all freshly cooked and prepared using locally sourced produced. Even the gas we use is locally sourced!
Il Casita opened its doors in June 2013. Nicholas and Tina have used their knowledge of the surrounding areas, combined with their love for travelling as chefs, to produce seasonally changing and sustainable menus. This quaint, informal restaurant can be found tucked away at the top of Crediton High Street. There is also an enclosed courtyard for al fresco dining.
Voted 52nd in the UK's Top 100 Restaurants and home to three former South West Chef's of the Year, this is one of Devon's original local food champions. Both restaurant and pub, the Jack oozes honesty, panache and that rare four letter word: care. Famous for its stylish cooking and affordable prices, expect good local brews on tap, an extremely warm welcome and some seriously impressive desserts. During the warmer months there is live Friday night jazz and a stylish courtyard for dining alfresco. Always exceptional value for money.
Here at The Journey's End Conor's menu is inspired by the coastline and landscapes in the South Hams with an emphasis on delicacy, simplicity and provenance. Fresh local produce is expertly combined to bring you the best seasonal dishes all year round.
Killerton's 6,400 acre estate has a interesting food story with 18 farms and a watermill that supply the restaurant and both cafés. Dishes we serve are lovingly made with award-winning Killerton produce and quality ingredients from estate farmers' and local suppliers. The Stables café is perfect for a refreshing drink and a slice of homemade cake. You can sit back and enjoy a bistro-style dish from the menu in the award-winning restaurant, or the Dairy café in the garden serves snacks and warming drinks.