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  • Nkuku Cafe, Totnes

    15th August 2017

    For fear of sounding cliche, Nkuku is a lifestyle brand with a difference. Tucked away in the rolling hills of South Devon – near Totnes – this nationally acclaimed lifestyle shop offers a huge variety of modern-rustic homewares, as well as a fabulous on-site cafe that’s not to be missed.…

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  • The Five Bells, Clyst Hydon

    8th August 2017

    If ever you were looking for a place that captures the essence of a quintessential Devon pub, The Five Bells Inn is surely it. From the outside, The Five Bells Inn is nothing short of picturesque. You get there by navigating your way through lush country roads – that do nothing for…

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  • The Giant Club, Axminster

    25th July 2017

    The Giant Club is hands down one of the most bizarre places I’ve ever eaten. But it’s also one of the best…  When I used to think about the Axminster food scene, the only place that came to mind was River Cottage Canteen.  So, when I kept being told about…

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  • The Treby Arms, Sparkwell

    13th July 2017

    Review by Collette As we were driving down to Sparkwell last weekend, I couldn’t quite believe that it had been over a year since we last paid a visit to The Treby Arms. I felt both excited and intrigued to see what they would have in store for us; especially…

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  • Yukisan, Plymouth

    13th July 2017

    I’m a real lover of sushi and I’m always on the lookout for new Japanese restaurants to try. But needless to say, as an East Devon resident there aren’t too many places where I can get my fix… So, when I happened to be spending a couple of days down in…

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  • Quirky Teas, Plymouth

    10th July 2017

    Plymouth residents with a sweet-tooth will be pleased to learn that there’s a brand new tea room in town! Quirky Teas opened its doors last weekend and offers everything from pretty handmade cakes to tasty lunchtime bites… Laura Shaw first realised that people loved her food when she and her…

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  • Brown & Bean, Plymouth

    5th July 2017

    I’ll be the first to admit that I wasn’t exactly sure what I was getting myself into as I walked along Plymouth’s ‘up-and-coming’ Ebrington Street on my way to sample dinner at Brown & Bean. This trendy new restaurant seems to have been quite the topic of interest for the local…

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  • We love to find new foodie destinations to enjoy, especially when there’s the potential to bring home some tasty local produce in the process. So, when we received an email from Janice (of the Railway Blogger) telling us we simply must pay Vanilla Sky Café and Delicatessen a visit, we…

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  • Since I began writing this blog just over a year ago, it has never ceased to amaze me just how many foodie gems Devon has to offer when you make the decision  to stray from the beaten path. Take The Elizabethan Inn, for example. We had heard a few good things about…

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  • There’s something really special about Harry’s Restaurant. Maybe it’s the fact that it’s a family run business, or perhaps it’s because they’re a true independent establishment in every sense of the word . But whatever it is, Harry’s has been going strong for over two decades and it’s not hard to…

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