Smart upscale food delivered in an attractively contemporary setting make this a great find – and a notable restaurant on the north Devon dining scene.
Set in woodlands on the banks of the River Teign, this former 15th-century flour mill is a delightful destination for walkers, dog‑owners and discerning diners.
There are few better views of Salcombe Estuary than those from The Jetty Restaurant at Salcombe Harbour Hotel.
Putting the ‘art’ into artisan dining is the ethos at the newly renovated Broomhill Estate on the edge of Barnstaple.
Experience chic beachside feasting at this gleaming new hotel, bar and restaurant overlooking the beach.
Geetie Singh-Watson’s The Bull Inn has become a pillar of on-point organic dining and sustainable comfort in Totnes.
Named after the Puglian town of his ancestors, Andria is where the talented chef turns his memories and food experiences into unconventional tasting menus and a daily line‑up of carefully crafted small plates.
This gastronomic gem may be hidden away, but it’s well worth journeying through remote Devon countryside to find it.
This country inn is a huge hit with savvy foodies on the hunt for sophisticated Dartmoor dining.