The Royal George has loads going for it – good food and great views, all at a reasonable price.
The fine dining scene is growing in North Devon, which is really exciting to see. Whether you’re wondering where to go for a special meal, or you’re a foodie wanting to experience the gastronomic genius of this area, this list is a great place to start.
The Coleridge Restaurant is an Exmoor hidden gem. Although it’s technically in Somerset rather than North Devon, I’m willing to make exceptions for the things on Exmoor that are worth travelling for, and this definitely fits the bill.
The Thatch in Croyde is a North Devon favourite and it lives up to its reputation. A lovely pub with great grub.
My recent visit to Lilico’s for tapas and Prosecco proved to be a fun foodie night out – with possibly the best calamari I’ve ever had.
A good Sunday roast is a British classic. It’s a wonderful comfort food but it also has a sense of occasion, and it’s at its best when shared with family or friends.
If you’re wondering where to find the best Sunday roast in (or near!) North Devon, lunch or dinner, I can highly recommend all of these pubs and restaurants.
If you’re looking for a Sunday carvery of epic proportions, look no further than The Exmoor White Horse Inn, Exford.
Fine dining has established itself in Bideford in the form of Number Eight, where you can find fantastic food and a wonderful evening out.
In the seaside village of Westward Ho! is a fantastic gem of a restaurant serving delicious Thai food – Morans.
The Pyne Arms does a fantastic Sunday roast dinner made with top-quality local produce. And the best bit? You’ll have to read on!
A fantastic carvery is available every day at Country Cousins, and the traditional touches make it a very special place for a meal out.
Carveries aren’t just reserved for Sundays at the Williams Arms in Braunton. This is a fantastic place for a roast whenever you find yourself in the mood for a British classic.