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.
A freshly baked, delicious Devon cream tea is a thing of great joy, and a great place to experience this joy is the Town Farmhouse Tea Garden in Mortehoe. Definitely one of the best cream teas in North Devon.
The Olive Room in Ilfracombe is the jewel in North Devon’s foodie crown. Thomas Carr’s culinary genius is guaranteed to deliver a very special meal.
A teashop worth making a special journey for can be found in the North Devon market town of South Molton – the food at The Corn Dolly Tea Shop is fit for a king!
There isn’t any bland beige food here – sausage rolls, pork pies and scotch eggs made with love are on the menu at the deli in Johns of Instow.
Good food, great location, amazing price – The Taw Restaurant at Petroc College may be run by students, but you wouldn’t know from the experiences I’ve had.
The Hickory Inn might be a fair trek from North Devon, but boy is it worth the journey. Awesome American smokehouse barbecue in a Devon village.
The Pelican Fish and Chip Restaurant and Takeaway offers delicious fish and chips in a welcoming setting, one of North Devon’s best.
The New Inn – a country pub just a few minutes from Barnstaple with a fantastic menu that you will deliberate over for hours. Oh and it’s delicious! Check it out.
The size of those sandwiches, the taste of those toasties, the cuteness of the crockery – lunch at Tea by the Taw is awesome.
A class act when it comes to the toasted sandwich and good for coffee, Driftwood Coffee Shop is a must for lunch in Barnstaple.
The classic Hocking’s ice cream is the stuff that makes childhood memories, but what about their new flavours? I put two of them to the test.