Eat & Drink in South Devon
Totnes, Newton Abbot, Shaldon, Teignmouth, Dawlish, Dartmouth
Totnes shopping district Fore Street is packed with great cafés and restaurants and all manner of new age shops reflecting Totnes’ slightly hippy vibe, while the regular Friday and Saturday markets have an eclectic mix of stalls with much more than the usual market fare. There’s also a monthly food market with everything from Jamaican curry to cream cakes.
From bistros to a 100-year-old barge, from the bustle of the waterside to fine dining and traditional pub grub, there’s a huge variety of food and drink outlets in Dartmouth for you to choose from, all supplied the best top chefs in the UK. Try the Devon fresh crab – a Dartmouth speciality.
Known for its historic markets (the first was held nearly 1000 years ago), Newton Abbot is still a popular place for visitors and traders alike. The farmers and produce markets are ideal places to shop for local produce.
If you’re staying on the English Riviera make room for a visit in South Devon – it’s a great day out only 30 minutes drive from 'South Devon’s beautiful bay'.