The Cornish Arms is a Great British Pub that serves good honest food, great tasting dishes with little fuss, classic combinations and lots of flavour. They are committed to sourcing local and seasonal produce but above all it is the quality that counts. They are currently ranked 18th best gastro pub in the UK.
Taylors is a contemporary restaurant mixing the old and the new with an eclectic and welcoming feel. You will find inspired menus, homemade cakes, fresh coffee and classic cocktails all on offer in this family run eatery.
Open daily from 9:00 until 23:00 Curch Lane serve food all day from their Mediterranean inspired menu and a selection of superb drinks including their extensive premium rum list! With authentic Italian style pizza baked freshly to order in their stone based oven, varied salads, delicious sharing boards and French crepes there is something to appeal to all tastes.
You can join The Annex for tapas from Tuesday to Saturday nights. They also have vegan and vegetarian options, so you’ll always find something to suit you.
Throughout the day, they offer coffee, cakes and pastries, and a quiet workspace or somewhere to meet with family and friends. They have plenty of drinks for you to choose from, including craft beers from Otter Brewery, ciders from Sam's Cider, and a variety of local and international wines.
Robertson’s Restaurant is Tavistock’s “Foodie” destination for gourmet pizzas, fresh salads, sandwiches, pastas and meals. With an emphasis on organic and local ingredients, Robertson’s serves lunch and dinner 6 days a week, also with a pizza delivery service in the evenings.
It’s an unspoken rule that all walks on Dartmoor must be marked with a hearty pub lunch and a local tipple and this 16th century inn, a short detour from some of the National Park’s best trails, ensures the long-held tradition continues.
Winter pursuits around nearby Lydford Gorge are rewarded at The Dartmoor Inn with seasonal classics such as Creedy Carver duck with creamy mash, forest-green kale and red wine jus (plus a cosy spot by the crackling open fire if you’re lucky).
In summer, it’s the offer of Jail Ale battered hake, triple cooked chips and a tall G&T that tempts passers-by off the path and onto the patio