Eat and Drink in Devon
Devon is enjoying a food and drink revolution with more and more great eating establishments and international menus. It has been voted one of the top places to eat out in the UK, by Which Good Food Guide. There are cafes and teashops in charming historic buildings, restaurants and bistros with great views and independent restaurants serving top quality Devon produce.
If you're eating on the go, there are delicatessens and markets offering seasonal local food - pick up a delicious pie or pasty from the Exeter Farmers Market every Thursday, or experience the vibrant colours and flavours of the Guildhall Street Food Market every weekend and the regular Exeter Street Food Night Markets on the quayside.
An award winning, rustic seafood restaurant, serving a selection of daily catch seafood - with heaps of charm.
A 13th Century village pub steeped in history and bursting with original charm and character. Inglenook fireplace, log burners & beams a plenty, with legends of smuggling monks and secret tunnels down in the well in the rear entrance, leading to the Church and beyond.
From dawn ‘til dusk and to supper and beyond, Queen St Dining is the perfect location for Exeter’s food-loving residents and city visitors to sample the finest fare from local food heroes and unique cuisines in cool casual dining destinations. At Queen St Dining, you can start your day with an artisan coffee and end your evening with a nightcap on the roof terraces. All tastes, for all times are to be discovered!
POLPO is a bàcaro. This is a Venetian word to describe a humble restaurant serving simple food and good, young Italian wines. They offer tasty small plates, Prosecco and spritz in a setting that reflects the gloriously faded elegance of Venice. POLPO feels rustic and stripped back; modelled on the scruffy, but charming, backstreet wine bars of Venice. Open for all day dining, signature dishes on the menu include cicheti, such as fried stuffed olives; arancini and potato and Parmesan crocchette.
Comptoir Libanais serves up healthy and honest Lebanese and Middle Eastern cuisine in a friendly and colourful canteen. With recognisable wall graphics and packaging by Beirut designer Rana Salam, and inspired by a vintage movie poster of Arabic actress, Sirine Jamal al Dine, Comptoir Libanais will welcome you to enjoy an all-day dining experience. From fresh salads and hearty tagines to mezze and marinated grills, all enjoyed with a homemade lemonade or a glass of Lebanese wine.
Come and enjoy some of South Devon’s freshest seafood and carefully sourced quality meats in our relaxed and informal restaurant. Prepared, cooked and served with passion and care, why not come and try us for yourself.