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.
Winner of the Chortle Award for Best Venue in the West and Wales 2010 and 2012, Komedia is home every Saturday to the sell-out Krater Comedy Club, and host to the UK's best touring comedy and music. Housed in the impressive Grade One listed former Beau Nash cinema, Komedia also screens films daily in partnership with Picturehouse Cinemas. With Soil Association Gold accredited menus the venue offers the best local and seasonal food at its events and in its daytime Cafe. www.komedia.co.uk/bath/komedia-canteen/the-menu-bath/
The community run Mells Village Shop was opened by Kevin McCloud in 2009. The Cafe, opened by Mary Berry, followed in 2011. Together, the shop and cafe are the hub of village life as well as providing a popular pitstop for tourists,walkers and cyclists.
King Point Marina, Brunel Way, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 3EF
With an unbeatable combination of great food and great coastal views, The Dock is a family run cafe and restaurant that's perfect for everyone. We understand how important it is to offer the very best food, locally sourced and created, served by a talented, highly professional team in a relaxed, friendly and informal setting.
Located on the edge of Dartmoor National Park, just minutes away from Plymouth city centre, Tavistock and close to the border with Cornwall, the Moorland Garden Hotel is the place to be for dining, leisure, business and special occasions. The Wildflower Restaurant has views across the garden onto Dartmoor, making it a popular place for lunch, dinner and Sunday lunch. Devon Cream Teas are served in the Lounge or in the picturesque garden. The Dartmoor Bar has a relaxed atmosphere, where your four legged friend is welcome, open daily for morning coffee, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, serving real ale, fine wines and soft drinks.
The Old School, Moreton, Dorchester, Dorset, DT2 8RH
We pride ourselves in creating our entire menu on site - from potted Portland Crab to our home-baked cakes. Local produce is foremost in our ethos. We use eggs and vegetables from Dorset Landskills Trust as well as the wealth of meat, game and fish readily available from the surrounding countryside.
The Mullion Cove Hotel in South Cornwall is a celebration of quality, style and service. It combines traditional values with modern amenities in a simply unrivalled coastal setting. Fresh fish and seafood always feature on the menu with Mullion Cove Hotel ideally placed to take advantage of the wonderful supplies of fresh fish caught by the fishing boats working around the Lizard coastline and the fresh supplies of oysters available from the Helford River.