Find out what British restaurants to try in Dittisham including Emma's, Ferry Boat Inn, The Angel - Taste of Devon, Beth's Bistro, Taylor's Restaurant, Bushell’s Riverside, Seven Stars, Kendricks Restaurant and Bar, Steam Packet Inn, The Singing Kettle
4 based on 612 reviews
Serving high end cream teas, high teas, light meals , cakes, pastries and an extensive variety of hot and cold drinks .
Lovely tea of cream tea, carrot cake and fresh fruit. Friendly helpful staff. Little on the expensive side for similar cream teas but very tastyDear Poster, Many thanks for taking the time to post such a great review. We all do our very best to offer high quality fare along with attentive and friendly service, so itâs always nice to be recognised by such grateful customers such as yourself. Hope to see you back soon. P&A
4 based on 240 reviews
Wow what a find! The most amazing view watching the sun go down behind Dartmouth, just stunning. This is the friendliest pub Iâve visited, Jamie made us and our dog very welcome. Great selection of gin to choose from and the pizza was delicious, I had Brie little pigs and I donât know what they do to their chips but they are very tasty. Really good live music, buzzing atmosphere. I would highly recommend an evening here.
4 based on 908 reviews
We dropped in without booking, the restaurant was already pretty full but the manager/owner accommodated us upstairs. The staff were very friendly and attentive even though it was busy.We had veggie chilli, and half rack of ribs. Both were great, especially the ribs which fell off the bone (the half rack was a perfect portion, the full rack would have likely been a struggle unless you skipped lunch or have a BIG appetite!).Already recommended to family when they come this way.
4 based on 224 reviews
Visited twice in our short stay in Dartmouth. This is a popular local with plenty of locals mixing with the tourists. All gives it a nice busy atmosphere with a fine choice of real ales. Staff all busy & smiling made it a must go back Pub!
4 based on 370 reviews
We were on holiday in Dartmouth for my partners 30th birthday, we have a four month old son who we would be taking out with us to dinner along with my partners mum and brother. I emailed ahead to check there would be enough space for us to keep our son in his pram as heâs not big enough to go in a high chair. Sarah promptly messaged me back saying this would be fine. Once we arrived at the restaurant she informed us that she hadnât taken a reservation on the table of two next to ours to ensure we had enough space for our pram and even turned away walk inâs throughout the evening for this table. She really went above and beyond what we expected in regards to the service and making sure we had a comfortable experience. Needless to say the food and drink that followed was impressive, the duck main and chocolate fondant especially. I donât often leave reviews but feel compelled to as the level of service we received was exceptional.
4 based on 638 reviews
Relaxed, quaility dining in Dartmouth's oldest established restaurant run hands on by the proprietors. Excellent river and harbour views with delicious dishes prepared by our classically trained Chef/ Proprietor. Professional service and style.
We have Visited Dartmouth regularly for quite a few years and always look forward to dining at Taylor's. Attentive staff, lovely atmosphere, very prompt service. All the dishes are cooked to perfection and the confit of duck is the best we have tasted. The restaurant is small but beautifully decorated with a view of the river and Kingswear from the large bow window.A perfect place to dine. ..
5 based on 360 reviews
All of our food is homemade and freshly cooked to order. We pride ourselves in sourcing good quality local produce in a clean and pleasant environment and beautiful town.
Once again, great food and service. A warm welcome from Beth & Steve in this winner of a place. The breakfast is fantastic and real scotch pancakes with bacon and syrup are too good to miss.
5 based on 186 reviews
Bold , Unpretentious, cooking with quality seasonal ingredients with a twist from our local forager working with the moor and the Devon Coastline to our local farmers championing local Devon breeds
The three course meal at Â£26 per head was stunning, together with service and ambiance. Highly recommended
4 based on 445 reviews
Turning up on spec on a July Sunday lunchtime - perhaps we were lucky - with a family group of 6, we were surprised to get a table, and even more surprised when the food turned up so promptly. Right by the Dittisham pier, it is a lovely place to people watch and also to savour the history framed around the walls. Very steep approach from the road into the village and no parking unless the tide is out. Avoid and park at the top of the hill. Well recommended. Is reservable, I believe. Probably worth doing.
5 based on 255 reviews
Although open only on certain evenings and for Sunday lunch, Emma's serves excellent food from an interesting menu. We had seafood cocktail starter, followed by Confit Duck and mushroom pudding, Ã nd Brixham hake in a cheddar and tarragon sauce. Fresh veg served with both, and a massive side of herby saute potato cubes. With free corkage for the wine we brought along and friendly service, we were most impressed and had a very enjoyable evening.
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