Food & Drink

  • Lovely old village pubs serving locally produced food and drink

  • Acclaimed chefs and award winning artisan food producers

  • Great, locally caught seafood

  • Farmers’ Markets & Food & Drink festivals throughout the year

  • Many businesses are members of Food & Drink Devon

Guest Comments

The Bride Family

The Start Bay Inn at Totnes on Slapton Sands and the little shack (The Beach Hut) at South Milton Beach both provided excellent food.

The Bride FamilyAugust 2016
The Pepperell Family

The Queens Arms at Slapton does delicious food and the beer garden is lovely, especially on a nice sunny day! Fish and chips from Torcross – nice to sit and watch the sea whilst eating them!

The Pepperell FamilyAugust 2016
The Sutton Family

Stokeley farm shop very good. Sunday night pizza evening recommended. Church House Inn at Stokeham does great food at good prices.

The Sutton Family
Openshaw Family

Good take away fish and chips from Rockfish, Dartmouth with lovely homemade tartare sauce.

Openshaw FamilySeptember 2016
Jeanneret Family

This year we visited The Tower Inn in Slapton and we’re pleased with their tasty, varied menu and excellent, cheerful, prompt service.

Jeanneret FamilyMarch 2016
John and Christine

We would recommend The Cricket Inn at Beesands for their food and dogs are welcome.

John and ChristineMarch 2016
Salloway Family

Floating Bridge one of the best Doggy friendly pub/restaurants with a visit to Cafe Alf Resco a must for brekkie (both in Dartmouth).

Salloway FamilyMarch 2016
Wellings Family

Lunch at The Cricket Inn at Beesands was fabulous. North Sands at Salcombe is great for dogs year round, and lunch at the (very busy) Winking Prawn was scrumptious.

Wellings FamilyApril 2016
North Family

Found some dog friendly pubs and restaurants (Cricket inn at Beesands also the Brittania restaurant known as the Shack)

North FamilyFebruary 2016
Ritchie Family

Good dog friendly pubs in Slapton. Lovely food at The Ship at Noss Mayo.

Ritchie FamilyApril 2016