Monty’s Caribbean Kitchen is a story of success, and it’s down to hard work but mostly it’s the damn delicious jerk chicken.
Fremington Quay Cafe is a wonderful place for a pit stop if you’re making the most of the Tarka Trail, or if you just fancy a spot of tea and cake. Or if you’re after an exceptional Sunday lunch.
Update 10.03.2018 – Cafécino’s has sadly closed. Sorry to see them go, they did fantastic sandwiches.
If you’re looking for lunch in the centre of Barnstaple, try Cafécino’s for a sensational sandwich.
The Chichester Arms is all about good food and lots of it, and with a friendly pub atmosphere too. They might even do the best steak in North Devon.
For the best in local Devon produce, make sure to put the North Devon Food Fest in your diary, held once a year in October.
If you’re looking for tea and cake or a light lunch, you’ll be hard pressed to find somewhere better in North Devon than Tea on the Green.
Fish and chips. Mushy peas. Tartar sauce. They sound ordinary, but were actually extraordinary at Squires in Braunton.
American food for a British palate is just what the doctor ordered. The Custom House prescribes beef burgers, chicken wings and very special chips.
Move aside takeaways and all-you-can-eat buffets, Han Court is proof that there is much more to love about Chinese food.
The legends are true: the best place to have a curry is on the beach. Barricane Beach to be specific.
Update 10.03.2018 – Fat Belly Fred’s has sadly closed due to a family bereavement. I am sorry to see them go, but hope to see the chef Geoff take up work in another foodie establishment in northern Devon.
Fat Belly Fred’s is the answer to a quest for fresh and delicious seafood in the centre of Barnstaple.