Recommended Local Restaurants, Salcombe & Kingsbridge

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  • The Church House Inn - (Churchstow)

    This lovely old pub is in the next village from us and serves great pub food and a good varied specials board.  Ask for a table in the bar as its the old and quirky and you can book online also.

  • The Beach House (South Milton Beach)

    A chilled and laidback foodie destination the stunning sunset beach South Milton

  • Seven Stars - (Kingsbridge)

    Our characterful pub serving traditional food and a family-orientated atmosphere during the day and switching to a lively and upbeat vibe in the late evening.

  • Hope & Anchor - (Hope Cove)

    The pub has a welcoming atmosphere with ample space for both indoor and al fresco dining.

  • The Old Warehouse - (Kingsbridge)

    Moon Honey Tap room, with cafe style kitchen serving home cooked food using local ingredients. Great choice of Vegan dishes.

  • Maha Bharat Indian Restaurant & Take-Away (Kingsbridge)

    Devon’s best authentic Bengali and Indian cuisine, established in 1993. Their multi award winning Indian restaurant offers authentic, high quality Bengali and Indian cuisine in the heart of Kingsbridge, South Hams. Their secret lies within the alchemy of quality herbs and spices cooked with the finest range of meats and vegetables.

    Take a look at their restaurant menu here.

  • The Journeys End - (Ringmore, near Bigbury)

    The Journey’s End Inn is a 13th century free house in the village of Ringmore around 30 minutes drive or a £25 taxi ride roughly….Its really close to Burgh Island so great for an early dinner after a day on the beach.

    It has a great atmosphere and amazing locally sourced food.  You can take dogs in the bar area – the Chef, Conor Heneghan Living extensively in Australia and Thailand with a background as head chef in Pier 9 in Brisbane, one of Australia’s top seafood restaurants. More recently the head chef at Burgh Island Hotel until Journey’s End in 2009.

    This is one of our favourites and is worth the trip over.

  • The Winking Prawn - North Sands (Salcombe)

    So close to the beach you can have lunch in your swimsuit, the Winking Prawn sits just over the road from North Sands in Salcombe. Welcoming visitors for more than 20 years, our particular brand of shabby chic beach restaurant always buzzes with activity as people congregate for breakfast, lunch, dinner and all the bits in between, throughout the year.

  • The Cricket Inn (Beesands)

    With a reputation for serving modern, delicious fresh fish and seafood dishes. They are strong supporters of buying our produce locally, with most of the seafood caught daily by the fishermen literally on their doorstep. 

  • The Church House Inn (Stokenham)

    Delicious modern versions of pub classics. With their incredibly talented Head Chef at the helm, the dishes are always exciting and vibrant, food really is his passion. During the summer they have an outside food counter, which you don’t need to book (check the days on their website)