Local Places to Eat & Drink
Devon is renowned for its abundance of amazing local food. Brimming with producers whose values are based on provenance and quality, it truly is a great place to eat and to buy outstanding food. Producers range from chilli farms to dairies, coffee roasters to micro-brewers and vineyards to blueberry farmers. Restaurants, cafés, delis and farm shops create delicious offerings, making Devon’s food one of the key reasons that people love to come here.
The Ship Inn, Noss Mayo
A delightful, traditional waterside pub where you can enjoy our local beers and fresh, homemade food. The Ship Inn’s location is a superb walking destination and a yachtsman’s port of call – you can even tie up your boat outside! Come along, have a drink, sail or sit back, relax and enjoy the views and our friendly hospitality.
Café Alf Resco, Dartmouth
Cafe Alf Resco in Dartmouth, or “Alf’s” as the locals call it, provides an exciting fusion of delicious fresh food and drink, a vibrant atmosphere and live music. The café features an open-plan kitchen and outside seating area, complete with wall-mounted heaters for cooler days.
Royal William Yard, Plymouth
With its Grade I listed former Naval buildings and stunning views over the Waterfront, Plymouth’s Royal William Yard is fast becoming one of the most stylish places to dine in the city. For all fresco dining, Royal William Yard can’t be beaten – whether its Italian cuisine or quality pub grub, everything tastes better when eaten outdoors looking out over the water.
Barbican Kitchen, Plymouth
Housed in the world famous Plymouth Gin Distillery, the Barbican Kitchen was established in 2006 by the Tanner Brothers, Chris and James. The Barbican Kitchen takes full advantage of the superb larder available to us here in the West Country.
The Oyster Shack, Bigbury
A relaxed atmosphere, with its simple yet effective ‘Mediterranean’ theme décor, the Oyster Shack is a unique dining experience. Simple local produce and an unhurried atmosphere, experience the great flavours and freshness of the restaurants surrounding area. A seafood haven!
Crab Shell Inn, Kingsbridge
The Crabshell Inn is gloriously situated on the quayside Kingsbridge and with its south-westerly aspect, basks in the sun all day. With great pizzas, superb crab, local seafood and many classic favourites, this is a place to take your time and really soak up the atmosphere.
Riverford Field Kitchen
Located in Buckfastleigh you can enjoy a unique eating experience right at the heart of a working organic farm. Expect a f east of seasonal, freshly-picked produce. Uniquely, there is just one sitting and the whole restaurant is served together at the same time.
Rocksalt Brasserie, Plymouth
This unassuming little restaurant has become a foodie hub in Plymouth, quickly establishing itself as a hidden gem in the city. Enjoy coffee and cake to start your morning, or try a sumptuous meal, simple light lunches. Something to really tempt your taste buds.
Michael Caines, Exeter
Located on the beautiful Cathedral Green, is Michael Caine’s Abode, a fabulous place to dine. Exeter is Michael’s hometown, where the ABode story began. Here he utilises the finest ingredients and produce from the West Country. Always a very special experience.