Reviews on Pub food in Moretonhampstead, United Kingdom including Rock Inn, The Union Inn, The Horse, The Ring of Bells Inn Restaurant, The Cleave Public House, The Bridford Inn, Chagford Inn, The Three Crowns, Fingle Bridge Inn, The Globe Inn
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4 based on 229 reviews
We popped in for Sunday lunch at around 1pm and were pleasantly surprised they had all options available. I opted for the roast lamb with stuffing and it was one of the best roast dinners I have ever had. The price was reasonable at circa Â£11. The staff were very friendly and the atmosphere was great. Will definitely come again when in the areas
4 based on 293 reviews
A great pub/restaurant in a superb location, right by the river Teign. The food is freshly prepared, and is excellent, provided at very reasonable prices. Seating available both inside and out - the latter coveted by the many diners when the weather is fine, giving superb views of the river. A large car park is available. A visit here combined with a walk from Castle Drogo makes for a very good day out.
4 based on 398 reviews
The Three Crowns sits in the heart of the pretty and vibrant stannary town of Chagford in Devon. Following a complete renovation this beautiful thatched coaching Inn is warmly elegant with stone walls, inglenook fireplaces and beamed ceilings. The Three C
The choice of food and the service was excellent. A lovely pub/restaurant which if we were ever in the area again we would return to.Thank you for taking the time to review your meal with us, and we're pleased to hear you enjoyed it. Your feedback is much appreciated.
4 based on 316 reviews
Situated in the Dartmoor National Park, the Chagford Inn prides itself on the quality of its ales, beers and wines. It also provides one of the most imaginative menus to be found in Devon. Our aim is to produce as much in-house as possible ranging from ba
We were a little worried as we checked in as Open Mic night was being set up. We thought uh oh a sleepless night to look forward to.On the Contrary, an entertaining evening full of talented friendly locals. Do go if you are there at the end of the month.Our evening meal was very tasty & breakfast was excellent. Local bacon & sausages top notch.We're passing that way again soon & have booked again :)
4 based on 292 reviews
South Devon CAMRA Pub of the Year 2015 & 2018 and Cider Pub of the Year 2019. We're a 17th C inn in the pretty village of Bridford, high in the Teign Valley. The pub was originally a Devon farmhouse and retains all the character & charm with exposed beams
The service here was very friendly and the pub itself very welcoming. It wasn't particularly busy on the evenings we were in, but the staff were extremely friendly and happy to explain their menu to us on each occasion.Dinner was quite nice and very large servings. On our first visit, one of us had a salmon and trout duo with new potatoes and green vege while the other had a ribeye steak with chips and peas. When travelling we try to order an extra serve of vege and when these arrived they were nice and fresh. On our second visit we both ordered the fish and chips, and they also were very tasty and well cooked.Desserts were very tasty - we had a gooseberry crumble and a lemon and plum tart.The beers and wines were good quality. Lovely views over the valley can be had from inside and outside the pub.Hello TheOldMacsThank you for your lovely compliments, we assume you're now back home after what looks like a mammoth tour of the Uk judging by the number of places you visited. We hope you enjoyed your time here.Thank you again for your review, we're delighted you enjoyed it.Kind regardsLyn & Dean
4 based on 662 reviews
Coming into Lustleigh is a nightmare from the wrong direction. Satnav accuracy is dubious.In The Cleave we had a warm welcome, I assume from the owner/landlord and his wife.Varied menu and decent quality. Prices very reasonable and good wine and beers.Would definitely recommend making the effort.
4 based on 375 reviews
Please come and visit us and see the transformation of this beautiful old pub.
Stayed in East Devon for our wedding anniversary. Having rented a cottage in North Bovey on the green a couple of years ago, we were intrigued to watch the renovation of this pub following a fire in 2017.We promised ourselves that when we returned weâd have a meal here.The setting is wonderful albeit compromised by challenging parking when the pub is busy.The decor felt rather clinical, as based on the village setting, youâd imagine old timber, warm and cosy; the stark grey panelling belies a rather modern ambience not really in keeping with the olde worlde surroundings.We ordered mushroom soup & crispy pig cheeks for starters - the soup was a winner but sadly the combination of homemade piccalilli and battered pulled pork didnât really taste of much.Main course was Dartmoor steak (med rare) was more (med well done), again not hugely flavoursome. My wife opted for the mussels which unfortunately were very gritty; sadly mussels is one of her favourite dishes.The waitress kindly quickly exchanged this for sea bass which had been destined for another table, so top marks for a swift recovery.Always ask myself would I come again.... Hmm not sure.
4 based on 307 reviews
We went last week as a couple and the staff were very friendly and effcient. The menu was varied and the quality of the food was great. My partner had the pizza with goats cheese Andy's said it was delicious.The atmosphere was great with impromptu live music and family's with small children being very sweet.
4 based on 300 reviews
The Union is a traditional english pub dating back many hundreds of years. Historical artifacts connected with the pub are on display. Food is served day lunchtime and evening. The menu is value for money using quality local produce. Good selection of loc
We were staying in Torquay, were out for the day, came across Moretonhampstead & after the Motor Museum, thought we would have a Drink. The Pub looked lovely from the outside with the Flowers & Hanging Baskets, so in we went. I had a Pint of Porter, which was Really Nice. Friendly Lady behind the Bar, a lovely Country Pub.
4 based on 212 reviews
We were staying in a nearby hotel and were out for a walk with the dog. We stopped in here for a drink. There is a restaurant and bar both of which looked nice and inviting. If we were here for longer we would definitely give the food a try. As it was we had some drinks and had a pleasant time sitting in the beer garden across the road. A nice girl came out and gave the dog a treat but didnât seem interested in enforcing their stated âdogs on leadsâ policy. There were a couple of wee yappie mongrels running loose much to everyoneâ annoyance but no one seemed to care.The drinks were on the pricey side which might explain why it was quiet on an otherwise busy with people, warm, sunny Saturday afternoon.Thanks for the review. Glad you stopped by and were able to enjoy our lovely garden on what has lately been a rare sunny afternoon. We do ask for dogs to be kept on leads in the garden and our drinks are very fairly priced we believe for location & quality. We hope you will stop by again if you are in the area.
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