Top Restaurants in Devon

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Dartmoor Halfway Inn, Newton Abbot

Alex Green enjoys a relaxing family dining experience in this renovated pub

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Boringdon Hall, Plymouth

Su Carroll savours her experience at this award-winning restaurant

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The Phoenix, Chudleigh

Fiona Griffiths receives a warm welcome from this relaxed, family-friendly restaurant

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The Ship Inn, Ivybridge

Alex Green enjoys fresh seafood in this welcoming, South Devon pub

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Breakwater Bistro, Brixham

Fiona Griffiths enjoys wholesome, home-cooked food at this popular eatery

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Doyle's Restaurant, Woolacombe

Sue Cade enjoys all things coastal and top-notch service at this special North Devon hotel

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The Orangery Restaurant, Kenton

Jennie and Jeff Cooper relish the home-cooked dishes at this bustling, bright restaurant

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Otter Garden Centre, Plymouth

Sue Cade gives into temptation and enjoys fresh flavours at this restaurant

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Valley View Cafe, Loddiswell

Lucy Baker-Kind finds out why this eatery is fast becoming a South Hams favourite

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Home Farm Cafe, Bovey Tracey

Karen Perrow savours this popular eatery's rustic charm and flavoursome food

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The Breakwater Bistro, Brixham

A beachside coffee shop & bistro. Located right on Breakwater beach in Brixham, Devon

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At Taste Buds magazine, we know that not all food-lovers make good chefs. For those who prefer to eat than cook, and for aspiring chefs looking for a break from the kitchen, we feature restaurant reviews and recommendations for the best places to eat out in Devon. You can view our current issue online, as well as viewing our eating out archive.

Our restaurant reviews give a real sense of what it feels like to visit each restaurant, giving background information, a description of the setting and, of course, the food. A few choice samples are listed, as well as the prices and any further details should you want to visit yourself. If you missed an issue, all our reviews are kept in this archive for you to explore.

Chef interviews also feature in the magazine, an insight to the lives of professional chefs from local restaurants, catering companies, and many other food companies.

Reviews, interviews and food news is at the heart of what we do. Featuring only local content, you’re sure to find more top restaurants in Devon by flicking through these pages. Whether you’re looking for traditional British food, a cosy tea room or café, on the hunt for different deals, or an aspiring chef looking for a top tip, there’s sure to be something that catches your eye. Be the first to find out about trade shows, special produce fairs, or even places to renovate your kitchen.

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