Dining Out – locally
Dartmouth is a short walk and magical ferry ride away and abounds with good pubs and excellent restaurants. Here are some of the restaurants that both we and our guests have enjoyed.
The Seahorse (01803 835147) Restaurant run by Mitch Tonks of Fishworks fame and his partner Matt. Open Wednesday evening to Sunday lunch. Lovely fish and seafood with a few meat options for those who are not fish eaters. Great atmosphere. www.seahorserestaurant.co.uk
Annabelles (01803 8333540). Small intimate bistro with great views, good modern British food using local suppliers run by Jonathan and Joanna Higgins. www.annabelleskitchen.co.uk.co.uk
Cafe Alf Resco (01803 835880) Open Wednesdays to Sundays closing at 2.00pm in the winter. Open for rustic suppers in the summer. www.cafealfresco.co.uk
Cherub Inn (01803 832571) Open seven days a week. Dartmouth’s oldest building offering traditional bar meals and good value a la carte restaurant.www.the-cherub.co.uk.
Saveurs (01803 835852) Patisserie and cafe – serving delicious food with a French imfluence. Run by Julien and Guylaine Picamil. www.saveurs.co.uk
Spice Bazaar (01803 832224) Open seven days a week. Good modern Indian food. www.spicebazaar.co.uk
Taylors (01803 832748) Open Tuesdays to Saturdays. Specialising in locally caught fresh fish and shell fish. Good views over the river and the boatfloat. www.taylorsrestaurant.co.uk
Twenty Six (01803 832882) Open all year. Cafe and Bistro – French food. www.twentysixcafe.co.uk
Anzac Street Bistro (01803 835515) Open Tuesdays to Sundays (summer) Tuesdays to Saturdays (winter) Closed January. Modern food with a Polish influence. Small and informal. www.anzacstreetbistro.co.uk
** It pays to book early especially at weekends and in the summer