Eating Out Feature
Where to eat the best veg in the west
If you fancy tucking into the freshest spring produce, cooked by some of Devon’s finest chefs in glorious surroundings, look no further than some of the county’s best restaurants with kitchen gardens attached.
With three walled gardens to harvest from (for vegetables, herbs and infusions), The Pig at Combe’s menu is all about the freshest of the fresh veg, combined with other local produce sourced from within a 25-mile radius.www.thepighotel.com
Visit the 300-acre Trill Farm for one of its regular Supper and Conversation evenings, combining thought-provoking speakers with delicious food inspired by the farm’s seasonal produce.www.trillfarm.co.uk
With Tina Bricknell-Webb at the helm in the kitchen, Percy’s takes full advantage of its estate setting, using fresh produce from its organic kitchen garden to great effect.www.percys.co.uk
With head chef and head gardener working together to get the most from the kitchen garden, dishes at Lewtrenchard reflect the best the season has to offer.www.lewtrenchard.co.uk
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