Our Head Chef, Paul Matthews (pictured with James Dart) and his incredible team use our fields and food hall as their larder, and as a result bring you an amazing menu full of delicious seasonal dishes - including daily specials using fruit and veg fresh from our fields!
Whether you're enjoying a refreshing Luscombe Lemonade alongside an Artisan West Country Platter of Cornish Blue, Quicke's Mature and Cornish Coppa Ham in the Restaurant, discovering Dave Kerley's amazing, locally caught fish with crispy chips, or taking away a cup of Exe Coffee Roaster's coffee from the Shack; you are experiencing the true flavour of artisan food & drink.
All of the meat in our eateries is sourced from our Master Butchers. Whether you're enjoying a Sunday roast in the Restaurant, or a Ruby Red steak bap at The Shack; you are supporting our small family farms.
As well as rearing our own herd of native Ruby Red Devon cattle, we work with a community of trusted local families who farm in harmony with nature to the highest welfare standards.
The result; mouth-watering, succelent cuts of meat with an unbeatable flavour.
Living in a county of two coastlines, we've grown up surrounded by a bounty of fresh seasonal seafood. It's part of what makes this part of the world so special!
Fisherman and monger Dave Kerley work directly with a handful of small, trusted inshore day boats; selectively line-catching only what they need.
The most sustainable way of enjoying the best of what nature has to offer, as well as supporting the lifeblood of our coastal towns and villages.
This refreshing cordial makes the perfect summer drink... just add sparkling water, your favourite fizz or a local gin with tonic!
Over this 6 week course, well known Devon Landscape photographer, Adrian Oakes, will take you on a wonderful photographic voyage.
Over the past few decades, belly pork has become a rather fashionable cut; it's crisp and crunching skin complements the beautiful, tender meat that sit below it. Extremely versatile it's delicious roasted, braised or fried.